Gary Squires is a teacher; that’s what he does, that’s who he is. The current Fox Meadow Head Tennis and Platform Tennis Pro has been at it for 35-years. He grew up in Rye, NY and by his own recollection, was drawn to teaching at an early age.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE…October 10, 2013…Harwinton, CT
Putnam Tennis and Recreation LLC, one of the oldest and most experienced tennis court builders in the United States, has reentered the platform tennis construction and maintenance business. Putnam has developed a business relationship with David Dodge and Mark Kebe at Total Platform Tennis in Loveland, Ohio and will serve as the Authorized East Coast Installer of the “Total Platform Tennis System.” The combination of Putnam’s extensive construction capability and long standing reputation in the tennis business with Total Platform Tennis’ manufacturing expertise and installation experience, brings a new level of construction and maintenance ability to the platform tennis industry.
By Peter Keiser
The first time Gregg Brents played “paddle” was in the summer of 1973, right after college, when he moved into an apartment complex that featured, among other things, a platform tennis court. It was in his hometown of Indianapolis, and Brents was a serious tennis player having distinguished himself on the courts at Indiana State University.
When a paddle friend recently asked me how many different paddle partners have I had throughout my playing career, my reply was, ‘I’ll get back to you on that.’