- Order of Play
- Singles Draw
- Doubles Draw
- Social Events
- Visitor Information
- Handicap Singles Draw
- Handicap Doubles Draw
Monday, May 15
10AM – M. Purcell def. L. Douwes Dekker 6-0, 6-0
11:15AM – A. Garside def. C. Donovan 6-0, 6-0
12:30PM – I. Candy def. K. Kilgore 6-1, 6-1
1:45PM – J. Tan def. L. Tillsley 6-1, 6-0
3:00PM – C. Alchuteguy def. K. Van Boeckel 6-1, 6-1
4:15PM – J. Garside def. A. Perie Bernadot 6-0, 6-0
5:30PM – K. Carlson def. J. Guardia 6-2, 6-3
6:45PM – X. Ranger def. G. Smart 6-0, 6-1
Tuesday, May 16
9AM – C. Fahey def.Tan 6-0, 6-0
10AM – T. Lumley def. Alchuteguy 6-1, 6-0
11AM – I. Dulbish def. J. Garside 6-2, 6-0
12:30PM – P. Lumley def. Candy 6-5, 6-2
1:30PM – Avedissian def. A. Garside 6-5, 6-2
3PM – S. Bollerman def. Carson 6-1, 6-0
4PM – S. Vigrass def. Purcell 6-0, 6-1
5:30PM – F. Adam def. Ranger 6-1, 6-2
7PM – (Plate) – Tillsley def. Van Boeckel 8-2
7:45PM – (Plate) – Donovan def. Guardia 8-7
8:30PM – (Plate) – Smart def. Douwes Dekker 8-6
Wednesday, May 17
7:30AM – (Plate) – Kilgore def. Perie Bernadot 8-1
8:15AM – (Plate) – Tan def. Alchuteguy 8-3
9AM – Fahey def. T. Lumley 6-3, 6-2
10:30AM – P. Lumley def. Dulbish 6-1, 6-5
Noon – Bollerman def. Avedissian 6-5, 5-6, 6-0
1:30PM – Vigrass def. Adam 6-0, 6-1
3PM – Villa/Achuteguy def. Donovan/Tillsley 6-4, 6-1
4:30PM – Candy/Tan def. Carson/Purcell 6-0, 6-1
6PM – Ranger/Kilgore def. Douwes Dekker/Van Boeckel 6-0, 6-1
7PM – (Plate) – Ranger def. Purcell 8-2
7:45PM – (Plate) – J. Garside def. Candy 8-7
8:30PM – (Plate) – A. Garside def. Carson 8-0
Thursday, May 18
8:15AM – (Plate) – J. Garside def. Tillsley 8-0
9AM – (Plate) – A. Garside def. Donovan 8-0
10AM – C. Fahey def. P. Lumley 6-0, 6-0
11:30AM – S. Vigrass def. S. Bollerman 3-6, 6-1, 6-2
1PM – P. Lumley/T. Lumley def. Candy/Tan 6-3, 6-0
2:30PM – Adam/Dulbish def. A. Garside/J. Garside 6-2, 6-1
4PM – Fahey/Vigrass def. Alchuteguy/Villa 6-0, 6-0
5:30PM – Avedissian/Bollerman def. Ranger/Kilgore 6-0, 6-0
7PM – (Plate) – Ranger def. Smart 8-0
7:45PM – (HCP) – A. Garside def. Tillsley 8-5
8:30PM – (HCP) – Van Boeckel def. Alchuteguy 8-3
Friday, May 19
9AM – (HCP) – T. Lumley def. Douwes Dekker 8-6
9:45AM – (HCP) – Donovan def. Ranger 8-3
10:30AM – (HCP) – T. Lumley def. Tan 8-1
11:15AM – (HCP) – J. Garside def. J. Guardia (Default)
12:15PM – (HCP) – Smart def. Dulbish 8-1
1PM – (HCP) – A. Garside def. Van Boeckel 8-5
1:45PM – (HCP) – Garside/Garside def. Tan/Candy 8-4
2:30PM – (HCP) – Van Boeckel/Douwes Dekker def. Mitchell/Donovan 8-7
3:30PM – Avedissian/Bollerman def. P. Lumley/T. Lumley 3-6, 6-4, 6-0
5PM – Fahey/Vigrass def. Adam/Dulbish 6-1, 6-2
Saturday, May 20
7AM – (HCP) – J. Heffernan def. S. Bollerman 8-0
7:45AM – (HCP) – I. Candy def. M. Mitchell 8-2
8:30AM – (HCP) – T. Lumley def. C. Donovan 8-6
9:15AM – (HCP) – J. Garside def. G. Smart 8-2
10AM – (HCP) – A, Avedissian def. Candy 8-3
11AM – Singles Final – C. Fahey def. S. Vigrass 6-0, 6-0
Noon – (HCP) – T. Lumley def. Avedissian 8-4
1PM – (HCP) – A. Garside def. Heffernan 8-0
1:45PM – (Plate) – J. Garside def. J. Tan 8-4
2:45PM – (Plate) – A. Garside def. X. Ranger 8-5
3:30PM – (HCP) – Garside/Garside def. Avedissian/Ranger 8-5
4:15PM – (HCP) – Heffernan/Gold def. Smart/Alchuteguy 8-2
5PM – (HCP) – Van Boeckel/Douwes Dekker def. Tan/Tillsley 8-4
5:45PM – (HCP) – Bollerman/Dulbish def. Lumley/Lumley 8-3
Sunday, May 21
8:30AM – (HCP) J. Garside def. A. Garside 8-5
9:15AM – (HCP) – Bollerman/Dulbish def. Garside/Garside 8-1
10AM – (HCP) – Heffernan/Gold def. Van Boeckel/Douwes Dekker 8-2
11AM – Doubles Final – Fahey/Vigrass def. Avedissian/Bollerman 6-3, 6-0
1PM – Plate Final – J. Garside def. A. Garside 8-5
2:30PM – HCP Doubles Final – Bollerman/Dulbish def. Heffernan/Gold 8-5
3:30PM – HCP Singles Final – T. Lumley def. J. Garside 8-5
SHOP TILL YOU DROP!
Feed your shopaholism and score some bargain designer threads at this magical outlet campus. Ten minutes north of Tuxedo is top-flight shopping that has become an international fashion Mecca for some 13 million visitors a year. Woodbury Commons Outlet features 220 stores, everything from Lululemon, Adidas and Nike to Tom Ford, Balenciaga, and Prada.
498 Red Apple Ct, Central Valley, NY 10917
Map your shopping excursion HERE.
Storm King Art Center
This forested region has the unexpected benefit of a wide range of cultural destinations, the most imposing of which is Storm King Art Center. Located 35 minutes north of Tuxedo, this important outdoor museum is open to the public from April to mid-November. Founded in 1960 on 500 acres of pristine, donated land, the 100 large-scale art installations include work by such renowned artists as Richard Serra, Louis Nevelson, Alexander Calder and Isamu Noguchi.
1 Museum Rd, New Windsor, NY 12553
Plan your visit HERE.
Kykuit: The Rockefeller Estate
This hilltop paradise was home to four generations of the Rockefeller family, beginning with the philanthropist John D. Rockefeller, founder of Standard Oil. His business acumen made him, in his day, the richest man in America. Now a historic site of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, this extraordinary landmark has been continuously and meticulously maintained for more than 100 year.
381 N. Broadway, Sleepy Hollow, NY 10591
Book your tour HERE.
LOCAL DINING OPTIONS
DOTTIE AUDREY’S BAKERY
A Tuxedo Park favorite! Dottie Audrey’s represents the heart of the home – a well-loved and well-scrubbed kitchen offering scratch-baked, naturally leavened breads, homemade pastries, gourmet coffee and teas, sandwiches, salads and light bistro fare. Don’t miss the tuna melt or the fresh chocolate croissants. They focus on an environmentally conscious lifestyle centered on artisanal, simple, tasty food that has been carefully curated, served in an inviting and nostalgic environment.
Dottie’s spaces are outfitted with recycled, repurposed architectural elements and antiques. The interiors have a rustic sensibility that we hope evokes a sense of warmth and comfort.
549 NY-17, Tuxedo Park, NY 10987 / (845) 915-3088
Score a home-cooked meal HERE.
BELLVALE FARMS & CREAMERY
Featuring homemade ice cream served in cones, sundaes & homemade waffle cones – 50 flavors, plus ice cream cakes, pies & take-home quarts. The Creamery is located at 1390 Route 17A, Warwick, NY. Open April 1 – October 30th. Trip Advisor ranks Bellvale Creamery #2 among Top 10 Ice Cream Parlor’s in the US!
1390 NY-17A, Warwick, NY 10990 / (845) 988-1818
Feed your sweet tooth HERE.
The Gilded Age retreat of the Goelet family was one of America’s finest country homes. It is now a premier luxury hotel and spa featuring elegant and casual dining. Approximately 30 minute drive from Tuxedo.
TAKE A BREAK ICE CREAM PARLOR
Score some soft serve at this local favorite!
156 NY-17, Tuxedo Park, NY 10987 / (845) 351-5577
Don’t miss the swirl HERE.
More Dinner Options The towns of Ridgewood, NJ and Ramsey, NJ offer wonderful options for dinner.
I LOVE NY
The High Line—NYC’s only elevated park—is one of the top New York attractions. Following your stroll on The High Line pop in to The Whitney Museum.
Don’t miss this!
The Neue Galerie is a museum of early twentieth-century German and Austrian art and design. It is home to Gustav Klimt’s Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer also know as The Woman In Gold.
The Metropolitan Museum is the largest museum in the in the United States and is among the most visited museums in the world. Do not miss the fabulous rooftop terrace – take in the stunning views and enjoy a cocktail or two.
Central Park one of the most famous parks in the world is a manmade wonder. Enjoy the zoo, boating, dining and strolling.
The Brooklyn Bridge an icon of New York City.
This designated National Historic Landmark connects the boroughs of Manhattan and Brooklyn. Take a stroll on the Brooklyn side and discover the areas of DUMBO and Brooklyn Heights
SHOPPING AND DINING
There are many neighborhoods in New York – from the Upper East Side to the West Village and The Meat Packing District. Discover your favorite.
GETTING TO TUXEDO
Bus service: from NYC Port Authority 625 8th Avenue
Short Line bus service
Train service: from Penn Station 8th Avenue & West 31st Street
Amtrak train service
Car: Tuxedo is about an hour and fifteen minutes drive from NYC. Once in Tuxedo car is the easiest mode of transportation. There are car rental agencies in NYC or within 20 minutes of Tuxedo, NY
2017 LADIES WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP
THE TUXEDO CLUB
MAY 15 – MAY 21