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Jeff Horn
Elite Professional

To become an Elite Professional, a USPTA member must be at least 22 years old, pass the written Elite exam, which covers business, programming, sport science and tennis operations, Elite stroke analysis exam and the Elite-level on-court exams. In addition, members must earn 16 specialty course and 24 APC credits. Elite Professionals are required to earn 6 credits every three years to maintain their membership. They commonly are considered for director of tennis or head tennis professional positions.

Jeff Horn is a nationally acclaimed tennis professional.  He began teaching tennis at Altamonte Racquet Club in 1980 and then instructed at Mission Inn Golf & Tennis Resort in Howey-In-The Hills, Florida.  In 1983 Horn was hired by former world-class player Bob Stock to assist in building the tennis program at Sabal Point County Club in Longwood.  In 33 years of coaching Horn has done so at numerous sites throughout Florida and there is not an aspect of the sport that Horn is not experienced in.  For the last 11 years Horn has worked as one of just a few full-time tennis professionals in the Orlando area who are self-employed free-lancers.

Horn has attended numerous conventions and seminars through the years for continuing education, has been published numerous times, and has had the privilege of speaking and serving not only as a tennis coach but also in an administrative capacity.  Horn subscribes to a traditional style of teaching in the school of Peter Burwash, Vic Braden, & Denis Van Der Meer. 

Horn believes in a strong work ethic combined with a dose of pragmatism to achieve a player's potential. 

For More Information On Jeff Horn click on "ABOUT ME" Above.



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