Sports & Recreation
Rolling Hills Club offers a variety of Sports & Recreation beyond Tennis and Swimming. Our 7-acre campus includes 2 racquetball courts and an outdoor basketball court as well as close access to local hiking trails and more. See below for some of the Sports & Recreation programs available.
Rolling Hills Club features 2 racquetball courts for play throughout the day.
Racquetball lessons are available with our Am Pro Certified Racquetball Coordinator, Pat McCornack. We offer both private and group rates for beginners, intermediate or advanced players. We cover the basics such as grip, stance, footwork, and rules. We also focus on specific areas of your game such as serves, strategy, and conditioning. Group lessons have a maximum of four participants. Lesson plans are designed according to the group’s preferences and needs. For more information, contact Pat McCornack at 415-897-2185 or email email@example.com.
Designed for ages 10-20 who are interested in learning a fast-paced, fun sport that can be played all year round and will keep you fit for life. The emphasis is on skill building, stroke fundamentals and sportsmanship. You will have the chance to compete in local and state tournaments and meet players from other clubs. Equipment provided. Eyeguards required. Certified Professional Racquetball Instructor, John Abbot, directs this program and has coached juniors for more than 15 years, including state champions. He was ranked in the top 10 in California for his age group.
MAY 14 – SEPTEMBER 13 | Mondays or Thursdays, See CALENDAR for upcoming dates.
All members of Rolling Hills Club and their guests are welcome to be a part of our Golf Club. Our intention is to provide an opportunity to get out in the fresh air, play some affordable golf, and have fun! Our group outings are scheduled Monday or Thursday mornings from May thru September. Players pay for their own green fees, cart or range balls when they arrive at the golf course. Reserved tee times are for the first 16 players.
To receive a schedule and sign-up information, email Patti Zappetini at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 415.479.8233.
Northern California Golf Association (NCGA) memberships are available for Adults ($46), Juniors ($18), and Youth On Course (YOC, $6).
NCGA members receive discounted golf access, free clinics, member-only outings at private resort golf courses, discounted merchandise, hotel discounts, NCGA magazines, rules & competitions, official handicap index, golf industry services, discount on Dell computers, Golden State Warriors tickets, and San Jose Sharks tickets and more. For further details on NCGA membership benefits and services, please visit www.ncga.org.
Join local ranger and outdoor enthusiast, Phil Johnson, for a group hike. These hikes are led monthly and explore a variety of trails and landscapes in Marin County. See our CALENDAR for upcoming dates.
Meet up to play social Bridge. This is a great way to improve your bridge skills and have a good time! We play 18 hands with the same partner against the same pair for the day. The following week, another pair, same partner. We continue until every pair has played every other pair and then tally and give awards. Anyone can join with minimum Bridge experience.
See CALENDAR for upcoming dates.
50+ SENIOR SOCIALS
Second Thursdays 8:30am-11:00pm
Meet in the Adult Lounge for donuts, coffee, and socializing with other members. This event is held monthly. See CALENDAR for upcoming dates.