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Columbus Regional Tennis Association

CORTA, located in Columbus, Georgia, was originally founded in 1952. Our mission is "to promote and develop the growth of tennis." This non-profit organization has a current membership of over 2,300 and is located at Cooper Creek Tennis Center, the nation's largest public clay court facility.

Teen Council
The first meeting of CORTA's Jr. Teen Council will be on Tuesday, September 1st (6-7pm) at the Columbus Library on Macon Road. Dinner will be served. All High School teens are welcome to come.
"Aces and Graces" Faith-Based Tennis League
Aces and Graces scores for August 27th are available on the Aces and Graces website page. Congratulations to all teams for a fun season.
Junior Beginner Clinics
Registration is now available for the Fall Junior Beginner Clinics. Clinic #1 begins Tuesday, September 1st. Click here for details.
Cooper Creek Tennis Center Expansion Project
CORTA, Columbus State University (CSU) and the Columbus Consolidated Government (City) have joined forces to raise $9 million to expand Cooper Creek Tennis Center.
Congratulations to CORTA's 2015 Georgia Tri-Level State Champions!
CORTA had two champions and two finalists at the 2015 Georgia Tri-Level State Championships! Click through for details
USTA Middle School Junior Team Tennis
The 2015 CORTA Middle School Jr. Team Tennis League will begin on Monday, October 12th. It's time to start forming teams and registering your players! Click here for more info!
Rookie League
Rookie League is an introduction to league play for the graduating Tennis 101/102 participants. This league is designed to provide our beginner players an opportunity to play organized tennis matches in a non-threatening, fun atmosphere.
USTA Adult 18 & Over League
August ESL ratings released on USTA Georgia website & 4.0Low lists are now available. Registration is open for Adult 18 & Over/40 & Over leagues. If you have a new rating and need a team contact us at
Volunteers Needed for The Tri-City Latino Festival
Habla Espanol? CORTA will participate in The Tri-City Latino Festival on September 12th. We are looking for volunteers who can speak Spanish. Please let us know if you can help!
Non-CORTA Events in the Area
There are a lot of opportunities to play tennis in Columbus! Click here to find out about the great events you can sign up for!
Adult 55 & Over Combo Doubles Invitational Registration Open
Registration is now open for Adult 55 & Over Combo Doubles Championship which is an invitational tournament held Sept. 18th - 20th in LaGrange, GA. End of Year ratings are used not ESL ratings. Put your team together today!
USTA Elementary School Junior Team Tennis
Elementary Junior Team Tennis league will begin on Wednesday, September 9th. Matches are on Mondays and Wednesdays from 4:30 - 6:00 pm. Captains meeting will be Thursday, September 3rd. Deadline to form teams is August 28th. Click here for more info!
Wounded Warrior Program
Three Wednesday mornings each month, year-round (weather permitting), CORTA hosts Ft. Benning's Wounded Warrior unit. Click here for more information.



Is your favorite tennis player celebrating a special birthday or anniversary? Why not honor them by making a contribution to Tennis in Columbus? The gift of a donation to CORTA keeps on giving throughout the year. Click below to learn more.



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The CORTA office is located in the one story building at the entrance of Cooper Creek Park.
Hours: Monday - Friday, 1:30 pm - 5:30 pm
Mailing address: P.O. Box 8236, Columbus, GA 31908
Shipping address: 4816 Milgen Road, Columbus, GA 31907
Email address:
Telephone: 706-317-4136

The mission of CORTA is "to promote and develop the growth of tennis."

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