Guy W. Parks II
, before accepting the position of Director of Tennis at the Racquet Club of Columbus
, 1100 Bethel Road, Columbus, Ohio, owned and managed his
He has a Master's Degree in Education with an emphasis in Motor Learning from Ohio University.
has been awarded the highest rating of Master Professional from the United States Professional Tennis Association
, one of the first eighty in the world to have done so.
was the first Master Pro to have completed Level 1 and Level II A, B, C of the U.S.T.A. Sport Science Competencies.
has developed numerous nationally, sectionally and district ranked players in central Ohio.
has spoken at national U.S.T.A and U.S.P.T.A.
Guy served as Chairman of the Delegates Committee, as well as being a member of the Nominating and Junior Competitive Committees, and a U.S.T.A. Clinician of the now Midwest Tennis Association.
He is a Past President of the Ohio Valley District Tennis Association.
He has been the Head Coach of the Columbus, Ohio Area Training Center since its inception.
is a district adult league verifier, certified sectional umpire and referee.
He is a member of the Wilson National Advisory Staff, Vice President to the Midwest Division of U.S.P.T.A., and a division tester.
In February of 1998, he
received the "Fay Tooley Award" for the Midwest Division U.S.P.T.A.
A special award was given for