*Covid-19: Tennis courts operate in compliance with Los Angeles County guidelines
Residents of Rolling Hills and their guests have the use of three community tennis courts, located just west of the Main Gate. Courts #2 & #3 are open from 7:00 AM to 10:00 PM. Court #1 is open from 7:30AM to dusk.
Court #1 is the single court and has no lights.
All courts may be reserved for 90-minute time blocks. Residents may make reservations through the RHCA office or online through the RH Tennis Club website: www.rollinghillstennisclub.org. Players must check in at the Main Gate prior to playing.
The tennis courts are closed on Thursdays from 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM for cleaning.
Reservations / Court Scheduling
Reservations can be made online through the Rolling Hills Tennis Club at yourcourts.com. Contact the RHCA office during normal business hours for assistance with initial set up.
Each Resident will be limited to 2 advance reservations per week and 5 advance reservations total within a four-week rolling schedule. Standing reservations have been eliminated. Members can add new reservations as existing reservations are used. In the case of Household Accounts, limits are set at 4 advance reservations per week and 6 advance reservations total. When making a reservation, please remember to check reservation type (Casual Play, Tennis Workout with a Pro, Lesson) and list your guests if known at the time of your reservation. This will make the sign-in process at the gates faster and more efficient.
Please cancel your reservation at least 24 hours ahead of time, but same day cancelations are better than none. Cancelations should be made online.
People who do not live in or own property in Rolling Hills are considered to be visitors regardless of their family relationship. A resident may invite up to three visitors to join them on their court for regular play if that resident stays at the court the entire time. Arriving visitors must sign in at the Main Gate. If the host resident has not arrived, the visitors must wait outside the court until the resident arrives. Visitors may play as long as the resident remains on the court.