Racquet Sports

When Indianapolis was much smaller, when tennis whites were de rigueur, Woodstock Club was already building its national reputation as a premier tennis venue.

In the 1920s, its seven clay courts became biennial home to the Western Open. In 1969, it was appointed host to the U.S. Clay Court Championships. In 1972, Woodstock introduced paddle (platform tennis) to the city. Today, eight tennis courts, two aluminum paddle tennis courts, a warming hut and tennis house reflect the enduring value of tennis – both recreational and competitive – in the life of the Club.



Our tennis programs offer lessons and clinics for men, women and children through the tennis season. The Tennis House carries clothing and tennis supplies and provides a variety of catalogs from which to order.


Paddle Tennis

Our paddle tennis program offers lots of fun activities for members of all ages to enjoy and a seasonal schedule of clinics for every playing level.