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Sunday 7AM Southern Highlands - Somerset

Tennis at Southern Highlands Somerset Hills Park. Singles, doubles or practice, matching participation and interest. To get to Somerset Hills Park, get on Highway 160 (Blue Diamond Road) in the southwest. Turn south at Decatur. Proceed south more than two miles on Decatur past Cactus (where Decatur becomes Southern Highlands Parkway).

At the first left on Southern Highlands Parkway, turn east on Somerset Hills Avenue. Next, turn at the third right (south) on to Valencia Hill Street. The park will be on the right. It is a good idea to remember bottled water, tennis balls, sun-protection, etc.

Since Prince filed for bankruptcy and no longer produces their superior, yet inexpensive Prince Championship Extra Duty tennis balls, I recommend the next best (low price) thing for longer lasting better bounce, the Penn Championship Extra Duty tennis balls. Most other budget balls just don't last as long or bounce as consistently. Although slightly more expensive, Dunlop GrandPrix Extra Duty balls are similar.

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  • Chong K.

    We'll be happy to see you at 8.

    April 20, 2013

  • Neil C.

    chong- I could do 8 am but 7 is way early

    April 20, 2013

  • Neil C.

    chong-I could do 8 am but 7 is way early

    April 20, 2013

  • Michelle M.

    Can not get up that early. Have fun.
    I will miss u guys.

    April 19, 2013

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