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Our goal at Outer Banks Tennis Association (OBTA) is to grow the sport of tennis by expanding current programs and offering new programs, making tennis an accessible, affordable, family orientated activity in northeast North Carolina. The OBTA is committed to the development of recreational tennis and dedicated to providing opportunities for everyone to get involved in the sport of tennis for both physical and educational purposes. 



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OBTA's Beginner Volleyball Program


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2017 Youth Tournament and OBTA's Toys For Tots Drive



Thank you to ALL who came out and supported our Holiday Tournament! 32 kids participated and we collected over 40 toys for Toys For Tots! 





Youth Tennis USTA Membership

Ready to sign your child up for his/her first season of 10 & Under tennis with our FREE membership? We have the simple steps to make the process as easy as possible. Simply follow the directions below and enjoy a season full of great memories!


To receive FREE membership:

  1. Go to:
  2. Click "Join Today"
  3. Click "View Benefits and Join" under Jr. Memberships
  4. Click "Select" under Jr. Memberships
  5. Click "One Year" under Jr. Memberships
  6. Enter Promo/Source Code: 10UJRFREE




CoastOBX Article "Tennis tourney fundraiser for Dare Hospice set for Oct. 20-22"






15th Annual TowneBank/Southern Insurance Agency

Charity Classic Tennis Tournament


TowneBank/Southern Insurance Agency is once again the title sponsor of the 15th Annual TowneBank/Southern Insurance Agency Charity Classic Tennis Tournament. This tournament is the signature fundraiser for Dare Hospice, a service of the Dare County Department of Health and Human Services. Thanks to their support and the community’s support, the tournament has raised over $240,000 for Dare County Hospice Services over the past 14 years. This three day tournament will be played October 20-22 at Duck Woods Country Club and Westside Athletic Club. Proceeds raised are used to support the hospice volunteer program, hospice care and support for under or uninsured individuals and families facing terminal illnesses.



Left to Right: Taylor Sugg, TowneBank Regional President, Laura Willingham, Outer Banks Tennis Association President, Sheila Davies, Dare County Health Director, Robert Wells, Southern Insurance Agency President. 






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18739698_795989627244124_3069232004873729756_n  Anthony


Congratulations Anthony!!!!

OBTA is so proud of you!
High level state competition in Winston Salem U10 L1 champion!  Outer Banks came on top over many other well known tennis schools from all over North Carolina.  

Ranked #6 in NC and #21 in the South!!!



OBTA Article by Michele Young-Stone

Article by Michele Young-Stone, OBTA Junior Team Tennis Coordinator published in the Outer Banks Child - Spring 2017 Issue,




OBTA Membership

Why become a member?

Your annual dues help support programs in the Outer Banks community including Hatteras Island. The Outer Banks Tennis Association programs and services include: Love To SERVE – Peer Mentoring Program, Summer Camps, Junior Team Tennis, Tennis Apprentice Program, Scholarships, Hatteras Island Outreach, Share The Tennis Love, Charity Classic (Dare Hospice), League Play, Social and Sanctioned Tournaments and more.  Members also enjoy discounted rates for clinics, eligibility for the Member Register, free gifts at tournaments, the most up to date information regarding news, events, upcoming tournaments, etc.

How much?

Student     $10/year               Adult     $20/year               Family      $25/year


All memberships are renewable each year June 1st.


Membership Form


Unsure of your OBTA status?  Click here to inquire!


What is the status of my OBTA Membership?




The OBTA hosts USTA play days for the youth and families of the region.  The counties that the OBTA serves are the eastern most counties in North Carolina (Currituck and Dare Counties).



The enthusiasm of the OBTA is contagious and dedication to making tennis fun for everyone coupled with organized play opportunities is keeping tennis on the forefront in Northeastern North Carolina.