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  • brian-buitenhuysBRIAN BUITENHUYS
    Brian Buitenhuys has been a USPTA certified tennis instructor since 1999. Brian worked as a tennis assistant at Eel River Beach Club in Plymouth for two years when he then became the Head Pro in 2001. As a former college player, he was voted newcomer of the year in the Mayflower Conference while competing for Johnson State College.

    Brian works full time as an Account Manager at W.B. Mason as well as playing an essential role as a part time Tennis Professional at the Kingsbury Club
  • charles-heardCHARLES HEARD
    Charles grew up in Connecticut where he played high school tennis and competed in USTA tournaments.

    While in Connecticut, Charles was a tennis instructor for Fairfield County where he taught tennis to children of all ages and skill levels.

    After high school, Charles attend Becker College where he competed at the collegiate level as the number one singles and doubles player for 4 consecutive years, earning NECC first team all-conference in singles play. Charles graduated with a Bachelorʼs of Science Degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Sports Management.

    At Becker, Charles also gained valuable experience while serving as the assistant coach for the menʼs and womanʼs tennis teams.

    At Becker, Charles also gained valuable experience while serving as the assistant coach for the menʼs and womanʼs tennis teams.

    In his free time, Charles enjoys fishing, going to the beach, and of course playing tennis with his wife and two young daughters.Charles is available for group and private lessons and can be reached at 508 963-9913 or by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

  • dolly-snow-bicknellDOLLY SNOW BICKNELL
    A 2012 inductee into the New England Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport, Rhode Island, Dolly Snow Bicknell as always had tennis as an important part of her life. Dolly began playing competitively at age 11 and was ranked in the New England juniors from that time on. Although she was periodically ranked #1 in the singles of various age groups, Dolly was always more comfortable playing doubles, where she held the #1 ranking throughout each age group-even through the Women's events.

    Her teaching career began in 1969 and in 197 4 she joined the staff at the Kingsbury Club (formerly the Pilgrim Tennis Club) shortly after it opened and has been an icon ever since. 

    Dolly can be reached at ext. 306.