Four Seasons Racquet Club, Fairfield County’s Top Tennis Club
The Four Seasons Racquet Club, featuring 21 Har-Tru tennis courts, an outdoor heated pool as well as fitness, yoga and massage studios, is the largest indoor/outdoor tennis facility in New England. Since opening its doors in 1977, Four Seasons has been the place to play for thousands of area tennis players. Many current members literally grew up on the Four Seasons courts and, today, are bringing their children to the club to learn the game.
Owners Greg and Kelley Moran are at the club every day creating the friendly atmosphere that makes Four Seasons the tennis “home” for so many. From Pee Wee Tennis for children ages 3 & 4 up through junior clinics, competitive training and programs for adults of all ages, Four Seasons truly has something for everyone.
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MEET THE OWNERS
Greg Moran has been with the club since 1981. An award winning professional, Greg is certified by the USPTA, USPTR and a member of the Cardio Tennis National Speakers Team. In addition to his on-court activities, Greg is also an award winning GregKelleymember of the National Tennis Writers Association, regular contributor to Tennis magazine and author of the bestselling “Beyond Big Shots” tennis books.
Kelley Moran was one of the country’s top junior players throughout the 1970’s. A member of the Rollins College Sports Hall of Fame, Kelley began her teaching career at the Tennis Indoor Center of Charleston, West Virginia before coming to Four Seasons in 1982. With a background in Early Childhood and Elementary education, Kelley developed the finest Pee Wee Tennis program in the area.
A message from Greg & Kelley
Taking sole ownership of Four Seasons is the culmination of a 30-year dream. Having been involved in tennis for the vast majority of our lives as players, teachers, writers and directors, our primary goal is to create an atmosphere where players of all ages and abilities can feel at home. Through the years we’ve enjoyed the privilege of seeing many of the young people we started in tennis grow up and, years later, return to the club with children of their own. While it’s always wonderful to see the ‘next generation’, what’s really satisfying is the fact that many of these parents are still playing the game 30 years after starting with us. Tennis truly is the sport for a lifetime and we very much appreciate you sharing your tennis journey with us.
Kelley and Greg Moran