Royal Palm Tennis Club
Membership and Guest programs
Enjoy Year-Round Access to Miami's Most Respected Private Tennis Club.
Since Royal Palm’s founding in 1960, our primary purpose is to provide courts and related facilities for our members to enjoy the game of tennis. Although we host many tennis-oriented social activities, we’re more of a place to learn and play tennis than a traditional country club.
Expanding and improving over the years, we now have 21 courts and a 9,000 SF clubhouse and patio, set beautifully on a 10-acre parcel in the Village of Pinecrest, Florida.
While non-members have access to the junior tennis programs and private lessons, membership gives a limited number of players and their guests access to courts, a practice wall, the clubhouse and social activities.
If you’re passionate about the game, we invite you to experience the club’s atmosphere, facility and programs, and learn more about the membership process. Guests of members and visitors (by appointment) are always welcome.
Royal Palm Tennis Club Categories of Membership
|FAMILY MEMBERS||The bond holder and named members of the one household, including any children under the age of 21|
|DUAL MEMBERS||Bond Holder and named co-habitation spouse or partner are members. All other household members are considered non-members.|
|SINGLE MEMBERS||Bond holder is the only member. All other household members are considered non-members|
|FAMILY FOUNDER MEMBERS||Adult children (between the ages of 21 and 35) of members who have been voting members for at least 10 years, or Junior or Collegiate members who have been members for at least eight (8) years.|
|YOUNG MEMBERS||This non-voting class is comprised of young profes-sionals between the ages of 22 and 35. The member will convert to Founder member at age 35. The member and family will have full playing privileges.|
|JUNIOR MEMBERS||A Junior member may play through his 21st year as a junior member.|
|COLLEGIATE MEMBERS||Junior members attending college.|
|SOCIAL MEMBERS||Non-playing members (Social) shall have all of the privileges of Founder members except those of playing tennis. They may not regain full Founder membership status unless they have maintained a non-playing membership status for a minimum period of one year. A Social (non-playing) member and spouse each may play tennis only as a paying guest of a member not to exceed twice a month. Social members must sign in book at the Pro Shop. Social members do not have voting rights.|
|NON-RESIDENT, SEMI-ACTIVE MEMBERS||A Founder member who has been a member for at least 20 years and who resides outside of Miami-Dade County six consecutive months each year shall have all the social and tennis privileges of the club while in Miami. Application should be made in December for the ensuing year.|
|NON-RESIDENT MEMBERS||When granted non-resident status, a member shall lose all club privileges for a period of at least one year and for the duration of the non-resident status. A non-resident member and spouse each shall be entitled to use the courts upon payment of the current daily guest fee, not to exceed ten (10) times per year.|
|GOLDEN MEMBERS||An honorary category of membership for those who have been club members for 50 years or more.|
For more information or to arrange a visit and tour of Royal Palm Tennis Club, please call the club at 305-661-3350 or contact us today.