Gullane LTC

COURT BOOKING IS MANDATORY. PLEASE NOTE ALL CHILDREN IN P7 AND BELOW MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT. Members can book courts for free, with an additional charge for any guests. Non-members are welcome and can book a court by registering with the LTA via our website. Prices for guests and non-members are listed below in (5). Please read the following instructions on the court booking process:
1. The Bookings page on is the only place to book a court. To see a video of the court booking process please click here or go to
2. To book a court, you must first sign into Clubspark (via your LTA account).
3. Bookings are available for all three courts and for the practice wall. Bookings can be made for a minimum of two and a maximum of six 15-minute periods. Please make sure that you manually change the finish time to the end of the period you are looking to book.
4. You can book courts up to 14 days ahead. 
5. Court booking is free for members, with an additional charge for any guests they bring with them.  It costs £2 an hour for each guest of a member. Non-members can book a court for a court hire fee AND a fee per person playing - it comes to £8 for an hour of singles, £12 for an hour of doubles. 
6. Each court booking is for a maximum of four players per court.
7. If your tennis ball goes over the fence into the Day Care Centre, we are afraid the ball is lost. Please do not enter the Day Care Centre’s grounds to retrieve your ball.

CLUBHOUSE ACCESS - Clubhouse access is via a key (same key for the top and bottom lock). Keys cost £18 and are available to members only. If you wish to purchase a key, please email Juniors must not use the clubhouse unless an adult is with them.

Floodlight tokens are now available for free (to members only) and are located in the clubhouse on the small table. Should you wish to purchase a key to enter the clubhouse, please email

1. The courts are accessible via the locked gate; all players receive a reminder of the gate code in an email when booking a court.
2. At no time must anyone open the gate for any other players, especially if they say they are members and have forgotten the code; in such instances please refuse to open the gate for them and ask them to check the email they received with their booking. Signs to this effect will be placed on the entry gate.
3. If any member experiences aggressive or concerning comments or behaviour from anyone trying to access the courts, please report this in the strictest confidence to the club Safeguarding Officer, Gillian Zanre.

Please remember to leave courts as you would wish to find them. Players play at their own risk.