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Welcome to Telluride Racquet Club

Welcome to the new Telluride Racquet Club! This is a brand new, one-of-a-kind racquet center located in the most picturesque setting imaginable. We are steps away from the Mountain Village Gondola Station and on the grounds of the incredible Peaks Resort & Spa.

Getting in Touch

Directions & Parking

TRC is pinned on Google Maps for the most accurate directions to the facility.

  • Take Mountain Village Blvd and turn onto Vischer Drive. You will see a Telluride Golf Club sign, please turn into the driveway, and slowly pull all the way to the end to park.
  • The Peaks Resort & Spa is located at 136 Country Club Drive, Telluride, CO 81435. Valet parking is available, but very limited. TRC is about a three-minute walk from the Hotel.

When possible, please use the gondola, dial-a-ride or other modes of transportation. TRC has very limited parking and promotes an eco-friendly environment.

The Tennis Shop

Located in between the tennis courts and driving range.


  • Stringing and grip services available
  • High altitude tennis balls and pickleballs for purchase
  • Racquets and other merchandise available for purchase
  • Demo equipment for tennis, pickleball, and platform tennis available


TRC has four beautiful red synthetic CaliClay tennis courts, four pickleball courts, and restrooms located by the tennis shop. TRC provides water on each court but please bring your own reusable water bottle.

TRC does not offer single use cups or bottles.

Program & Court Reservations

The full program can be viewed at The TRC Website or download the Telluride Racquet Club app. Make sure to register with them before play! TRC offers a full range of daily programming including:

  • Private and group lessons for all ages
  • Events, round robins, and tournaments
  • Courts available for open play


  • View a comprehensive list of guidelines here.
  • waiver must be signed and completed before play
  • All players are required to check-in at the tennis shop
  • Open court reservations must be made through the tennis shop (8am – 6pm)
  • 24-hour cancellation policy or full price will be charged
  • Reservation is invalid after 15 minutes of tardiness
  • Open Court Reservations
    • Singles: 1 hour
    • Doubles: 1.5 hours
  • All players are expected to leave the facility as they found it
  • Water is provided on the court, please bring your own bottle
  • No cell phones allowed on court unless there is an emergency

Pro Staff

Eric Fey: Director of Racquet Sports

Eric comes to the Telluride Racquet Club as a certified Elite instructor through the PSR (Professional Sports Registry) in Tennis, Platform Tennis, and Pickleball. He was previously the Director of Racquet Sports at The Ridgewood Country Club in NJ and the Orienta Beach Club in NY. Prior to his Director’s experience, he was an assistant at the New Canaan Field Club in CT.


Eric originally comes from Chicago where he was born and raised. He graduated from The University of Illinois at Chicago and played D1 tennis all four years, captaining his final two seasons. He is second all-time in wins at UIC in singles, doubles, and combined wins and capturing the Sportsmanship Award for the Horizon League Conference in 2008.


He graduated with a double major in Marketing and Entrepreneurship. He then worked corporately immediately after college for Babolat USA in Boulder, CO and Wilson Sporting Goods in Chicago, IL. After the corporate adventure he decided to get back to his true passion, being on court and teaching racquet sports.


Eric has been ranked inside the Top 15 nationally in Platform Tennis and competed twice for the Region 1 President’s Cup team. He enjoys skiing, backpacking, backcountry skiing, biking, and camping.

Logan Weber: Head Professional & Pro Shop Assistant

Logan grew up in Raleigh, North Carolina where he competed in high level junior competitions during his high school years, reaching a #1 ranking in North Carolina, a top-25 ranking in the Southern region, and a top-25 national ranking for his 2016 recruiting class. Logan committed to Harvard University, where he played doubles in every match, collecting wins against the #1, #2, and #3 ranked teams in the country during his 3 years of competition. His career high national ITA doubles ranking was #19. In 2018, Logan had the opportunity to go abroad with friend and tennis professional, Jamie Cerretani, to act as a hitting partner during his time at Wimbledon. Logan graduated from Harvard in 2020 and completed his Master’s program at the Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University in 2022.


Logan comes to the Telluride Racquet Club with more than 8 years of high-level playing experience and 3 years of coaching at all levels. Logan has spent summers coaching everyone from those at the junior level and those just picking up the sport, to young aspiring professionals. He believes in an individually focused plan for growth in the sport of tennis and welcomes everyone to find where they want to go with it. In his free time, Logan enjoys hiking, mountaineering, and playing the drums/guitar.

Nate Azbug: Staff Professional

Nate grew up in Minneapolis, MN, where he started playing tennis at 4 years old to compete with his 8 year old phenom sister. He went on to play tennis competitively in high school, being a 3x state runner-up. He brings a diverse sports background to tennis, having been the first quadruple letterer (tennis, alpine skiing, track, and soccer) at his high-school since the 1960s, and was lucky enough to compete in a total of 11 state tournaments during those 4 years. With that experience in competition, Nate understands the importance of the mental side of athletics, along with trusting muscle memory in intense moments.

Nate attended the University of Minnesota (class of 2019) where he majored in Neuropsychology and minored in Spanish, Economics, and Management. After Tennis didn’t work out in college freshman year, Nate stuck with the trend of trying new sports and tried out for the D1 Co-Ed Cheer Team. He spent 3 years on the team, earning a top 10 National rank each year.

After college, Nate traveled the country, camping in close to 80 National Parks before settling in Telluride mid-winter of 2020. He works as a Telluride Ski Patroller in the winter, with plans to apply patrol’s hands-on experience to Medical or P.A. school in the future. Nate brings 5 years of high-level competitive tennis experience and over 6 years of coaching experience to the Telluride Racquet Club. Nate spent two summers teaching introductory tennis to 4-12 year olds, and the next four summers running clinics and camps for high-level 15-18 year old juniors. He believes that having fun is fundamental to lasting athletic development. He also believes that witnessing self-improvement is fun. Nate seeks to share the love he has for Tennis with others and help them discover or hone a life-long sport. Besides Tennis, Nate loves any kind of outdoor challenge, most notably skiing, biking, camping, and fly fishing.

Dylan Cass: Assistant Professional & Pro Shop Assistant

Dylan comes to the Telluride Racquet Club from Tallahassee, Florida where he is a junior in college at Florida State University. He has previously worked in Telluride and has been enjoying Telluride for 8+ years. Dylan was a highly ranked junior player in the Southwest region and in Florida. He played varsity tennis for Lake Nona High School in Orlando, Florida where he was the team captain all four years and a state finalist. Dylan comes from a tennis playing family as his father was the Men’s Head Coach at Texas A&M and the University of New Mexico.

Hayden Cass: Staff Professional & Pro Shop Manager

Hayden comes to the Telluride Racquet Club from Lake Nona, Florida where he was a ranked junior player and helped lead Lake Nona to its first ever state team final. Hayden is attending Florida State and majoring in the prestigious sports management program. Hayden and his family have been coming to Telluride for many years. Hayden loves to ski, hike, lift and mountain bike.

Telluride Racquet Club FAQ’s

 TRC is a semi-private club that is open to everyone, however there is a membership option that will provide discounts and other perks.

We have four red clay tennis courts and four pickleball courts

Yes. It will only take one minute, and a waiver is required before play.

We offer clinics, lessons, events, and a fully equipped pro shop with merchandise, stringing, etc.

We recommend taking the gondola or dial-a-ride because we have very limited parking, however, you can park near the driving range. Search Telluride Racquet Club on google maps.

Yes. It is free for members, and $10 for non-members.

Credit card only, no cash.

Tennis whites are NOT required, proper tennis shoes are required.

We are open 8am-6pm May until October. Exact dates are subject to change.

Call/Text (970) 708-5087 or email

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