Racquetball is the fastest racquet sport in the world. It can provide a great workout for even the first time player. It is easy to play; the expense is minimal, and one, two, three, or four players can participate at a time.
Taos Spa & Tennis Club’s Racquetball program is the result of a cooperative effort between members, the club and the club pro, Bob Anaya. We are fortunate to have an active and committed group of regular players who are interested in promoting the sport and building our program. State-of-the-art racquetball courts and a positive, supportive playing environment allow participants of all ages and skill levels to enjoy the benefits of the Taos Spa & Tennis Club’s racquetball program. League play, club, and state tournaments, and private and group lessons are just a few of the attractions. Beginners and new players always find a warm welcome!
Bob Anaya, Taos Spa Club Pro, Certified AmPRO-IPRO Instructor/ Over 20 Years Experience, Team Head/ Penn Advisory Staff
Bob Anaya is an open level racquetball player from Taos, New Mexico. He welcomes players of all abilities and ages. Please come on out for challenge courts, group, or private instruction.
If you have any questions for Bob please call him at 505.741.0203 or email to:
Courts are available through advance reservations, a challenge court system and drop-in use to make courts available to as many participants as possible. Reservations may be made the same day or one day in advance. Reservations are limited to 1- hour per person per day and begin at the top of the hour. Reservations can be made by calling the front desk (758-1980 ext 0) or in person. Two players must be present and ready to play at their reserved time. After 15 minutes into reserved time the court is forfeited if two players are not present.
Wear Your Glasses – This is a reminder to wear safety glasses whenever you play. Shoes must be athletic, no-marking footwear. Shoes worn outside the building must be cleaned prior to entering the courts. (no rocks, sand or mud in the treads)
Challenge Court – To be announced
Need a Partner? – A number of “new” players are looking for partners at their level. There is a sign-up form on Court 1. Beginners to Intermediates – sign up or call someone on the list for a game.