PAC Southwest Open Heads To Newport Beach

The Palisades Tennis Club will host the 91st Pacific Southwest Open Championships, September 10-17 in Newport Beach.

Men’s Singles and Doubles highlight the annual event which dates back to 1927 – one of the oldest and longest running tournaments in Southern California.

This is the 22nd year the tournament has been held at Palisades.

From Pancho Gonzales to Jimmy Connors, some of the most recognizable players in tennis history have won the Pacific Southwest title. Rod Laver and Bobby Riggs, both inductees to the Southern California Tennis Hall of Fame this October, are also former champions. Ken Stuart, the club’s owner and Pacific Southwest Tournament Director, is also a 2017 inductee.

The tournament (ID# 651756717) features brackets from 30 to 90 years of age, in five-year increments. Entries are accepted until August 31 at 5pm via the USTA’s TennisLink.

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9 Responses

  1. WOULD LIKE INFO.ON ENTRY IN 90 -95 BRACKET MENIam a usta member

  2. PLAYED IN THIS TOURNMENT IN THE 2005 WHEN I LIVE IN WHITTIER AREA

  3. Is this open to the public for viewing ???

  4. I would like to know if there is a 3.0 division

  5. I woul like to participate in tihi tournament

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