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PROUDLY GROWING THE GAME
Sharon DeGaetano began playing tennis in 2011. Since the moment she "got in the game", her passion and love for the sport has grown exponentially. Sharon is currently serving as President for the Women's Team Tennis League(WTTL), a non-profit league on the Treasure Coast. She is a member of North River Shores Tennis Club, where she plays and captains two 4.0 teams, and she is also a member of USTA as well. Sharon has a Masters in Elementary Education and has previously worked in both the elementary and preschool settings. She is excited to join the staff at Treasure Coast Tennis and hopes to be able combine her educational background with her love of tennis to help not only grow the sport, but ignite the same passion and love for tennis around the community as well.
Nancy has been teaching tennis for over 30 years 5 of which have been here with Treasure Coast Tennis. She is originally from Philadelphia PA, where she played college tennis. As athletic director at Boca Raton Country Club, she managed pool, fitness, basketball, racquetball and Aerobic classes. She brings a strong passion for the game of tennis and experience in working with all levels. Nancy coaches at Halpatiokee and JV REED Park
Karin is originally from Ontario, Canada. She has worked in the teaching capacity for 25+ years with several facilities in Canada to eventually here in Florida for the past 21 years.
In 2013, Karin partnered to form Martin County Tennis, now Treasure Coast Tennis, & Pickleball.
Her passion for the game is enjoyed by her entire family. Her husband, Scott is the Head Pro at their NRSTC, while all of her three children compete on a National level within the sport.
Karin, together with her team look forward to growing the sport!
Paul Bradshaw is a certified tennis professional with more than thirty years teaching experience much of it spent with Peter Burwash International, the worlds largest tennis management company. Paul was the Director of Tennis at Harbour Ridge Country Club here in Palm City, a position he held for the past 27 years. During this time he was responsible for every aspect of staff management, budgeting, programming and of course teaching players of all levels. Harbour Ridge had a highly successful junior program and summer camp and was responsible for a USTA Junior Team Tennis program for the treasure coast area. Paul intends to use his knowledge and experience to continue to promote and teach tennis here in Martin County to players through Treasure Coast Tennis. Paul will teach primarily at Palm City & Langford Parks.