This week's #WhatsInTheBag features Scott McCulloch, VP of Operations for Cliff Drysdale Tennis. Scott fills his bag with some of his signature CDT trinkets and much more!
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Our next #WhatsInTheBag features Bryce James Cunningham, Director of Tennis at Cliff Drysdale Tennis at Omni La Costa Resort & Spa in Carlsbad, CA! What's your favorite item in Bryce's HEAD Tennis bag? Comment on our Facebook post here
Enjoy our new video series "Whats in the Bag?"! This first episode features CDT's VP of Operations, Scott Colebourne and his "personal assistant."
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from all of us here at Cliff Drysdale Tennis! Our gift to you is this hilarious Blooper Reel from the videos we filmed in 2017. Believe it or not, we aren't all one-take wonders. Enjoy!
One of the most valuable shots in tennis is the backhand down the line. Changing direction effectively gives us a huge advantage in points.
Modern strings and racquets have changed the way we hit forehands. Here Steven Etchells, Director of Tennis at In-Shape Visalia, shows us the "Pet the Dog" technique of setting our wrist to allow for a closed racquet face. This will help us with control and spin! For our full library of online video courses and instructional content, visit: www.experiencemembers.com
The two-handed backhand has become a staple at every level of tennis. Here Robert Wright, Head Pro at Cliff Drysdale Tennis at Rancho Las Palmas, shows us how to use our legs to drive up and through the ball. For our full library of online video courses and instructional content, visit: www.experiencemembers.com
Today we've got a quick tip on the forehand volley from Cliff Drysdale Tennis' CEO Don Henderson! The volley is one of the simplest shots in tennis, but due to a lack of practice, it is often the worst technical shot in a player's game. For our full library of online video courses and instructional content, visit: www.experiencemembers.com
Graham Miller, Adult Director at the John Newcombe Country Club in New Braunfels, TX, shows you how to make your forehand a little more like Juan Martin del Potro! Delpo has arguably the best forehand in all of pro tennis, so it's certainly not a bad idea to emulate him!
Have you been enjoying the singles action at the US Open Tennis Championships? We sure have! And today we present to you a course that will have you playing like pros! __________ CALLING ALL SINGLES PLAYERS! Do you feel lost on the court during points? The truth is, most players don't truly understand what allows us to be successful in the singles game. We watch the pros and they look amazing, but how can we apply that to our game? Well,...