Tennis Clinic with Steve Vaughan & Albert Matthews
Lakeside Chautauqua welcomes tennis professionals Steve Vaughan and Albert Matthews to lead a Tennis Clinic from June 20-23 at the Williams Tennis Campus. Players of all ages and ability levels can benefit from improving their skills while enjoying camaraderie with fellow tennis players at this popular clinic.
Sessions will be set up in 75-minute time slots and organized according to skill level. Players should arrive 15 minutes prior to their session.
Cost is $28 per person, per clinic. Register now!
Steve Vaughan has been involved in tennis as a competitor, coach and director throughout his life winning the 1973 North Carolina State Championship in high school and serving as team captain at Clemson University. After college, he served as a tennis pro at several country clubs in Columbus, Ohio. In 1984, Vaughan moved to Naples, Florida, and worked as the Director of Tennis at Quail Creek Country Club and Director of Grey Oaks Country Club. In 2015, Vaughan was hired as Director of Tennis at The Player Club & Spa and has been a member of the USTPA for nearly 40 years. Vaughan’s children are tennis professionals as well, and he and his daughter have ranked No. 1 in the nation as a father/daughter team.
Albert Matthews is a former Junior Davis Cup and Junior Wightman Cup coach. He played collegiately for the University of Cincinnati, and has won many professional doubles titles with Steve Vaughan. Matthews has coached great players such as Lilia Osterloh, former NCAA Champion and Ty Tucker. He is the current Tennis Head Coach at Ohio State University, as well as Director of Tennis at Wickertree Tennis Club in Columbus, Ohio.