Scott started playing Real Tennis 15 years ago when he started working at Cambridge Real Tennis Club. Since then, his handicap has seen a personal best of 7.8. He reached the final of the Browning Cup and qualified for the British Open.
Scott’s main draw, however, is teaching the game. In Cambridge he had clients with handicaps ranging from 80+ to 0 and he enjoys lessons at every level. Scott’s lessons are individual, based on the client’s physical ability, strengths and motivation. He offers lessons to juniors, students, seniors and, once a month to the Ladies morning.
He is looking forward to building on Jesmond’s existing strengths: he noticed how much the membership contributes to the Club and how, consequently, there is a strong sense of community. He is looking to build the membership and thereby provide more opportunities and more opponents for the members and for ways to help each member develop his or her game.