Adult tennis information


Adult Tennis Socials

 We hold various tennis socials open to all members and guests throughout the year with different themes and formats. These are "fun" events with food, beverages, and tennis. See our Tennis Schedule of Events here and sign up online at

Charity Tennis Socials

  • Spring Fling Social (Charity Benefit), April 13th at 10:00 AM
  • Chesseburger in Paradise Tennis Social (Charity Benefit), June 7th at 6:00 PM
  • Margaritaville Tennis Social (Charity Benefit), August 6th at 6:00 PM
  • Oktoberfest Tennis Social (Charity Benefit), October 11th at 6:00 PM

Tennis Leagues

 Ladies Triangle League
The Triangle League is a weekday morning league held in the spring, summer, and fall. We field two teams in this league with a format consisting of singles and doubles at a 3.0 to 4.0 level in the spring and fall and doubles only in the summer.

USTA Leagues
We field a variety of teams for men and women at various levels and at various times. Call for specific information.

Men's & Women's Computerized Challenge Ladders
Computerized singles ladders for levels 3.0, 3.5, 4.0, and Open. Weekly standings are emailed to participants. Held throughout the year.

Raleigh Area Tennis League
Kildaire Farms has many RATL teams: RATL 4.0 Men's League, RATL 3.5 and 4.0 Women's Leagues, RATL Mixed Doubles, and RATL World Team Tennis. These leagues are held in the evenings at various times during the year and offer a variety of formats including men's doubles, women's doubles, mixed doubles, and World Team Tennis.

Ladies and Men's Quads
These are evening club doubles leagues that play in the spring and fall.  Progressive doubles, winner s move up and losers move down.

Club Mixed Doubles
This is one of our most popular summer events held in the evenings.  Round robin format.  We also have mixed doubles available on Wednesday evenings throughout the year.

Call 919-467-4313 for more details.

National Tennis Rating Program

The National Tennis Rating Program is a system that rates players from 1.0 (has never hit a ball) to 7.0 (world class professional).  The NTRP is now used in almost all leagues, tournaments, and group lessons to determine at which level you should play.  Most club players are rated 3.0 (advanced beginner), 3.5 (intermediate), 4.0 (advanced intermediate), or 4.5 (advanced).  

To sign up for any of the programs, call the Pro Shop or place your name on the sign-up sheets outside the Pro Shop.  For assistance in determining your rating, please contact Tommy Dixon.