Jon Jacobson

Jon s beginning his thirteenth year as a USPTA certified Director of Tennis and Head Professional at Forest Hill. He has previously worked at the L’Hirondelle Club, The Suburban Club and has directed programs at The Woodholme Country Club, The Green Spring Valley Hunt Club, and Chestnut Ridge Country Club.

In addition to coaching tennis teams at Frederick Douglass High School, Patterson High School, St. Timothy’s School, Boys Latin Middle School, and Mt. Hebron High School. Jon is currently the coach of both the girls and boys teams at Archbishop Spalding High School in Severn Maryland.

Dr. Chip Boling

Chip is beginning his 9th year at Forest Hill.  Chip is a USPTA certified teaching pro with experience as Assistant Men’s Tennis Coach at Frostburg State University (his alma mater), where he played for four years, serving as captain his senior year.  Chip was first team all-conference singles and doubles while at Frostburg.  As a junior, Chip was ranked in the top 30 in the mid-atlantic.

Dr. Chip is currently the Math Department Head at Howard High School and serves as coach of the tennis team at Howard (11 years). He has coached many county (10), regional (6), and state individual and team champions.  He will be joining us at the conclusion of the school year when he will work with all junior activities, including camps, junior interclub, and the junior singles league and will be available for individual and group lessons.

Jack Davis

As a junior player, Jack was a MSA (now MIAA) Finalist 1984 and had a top 10 MD Ranking. Played College Tennis for Catholic University of America and was an Assistant Pro at Chestnut Ridge CC and Green Spring Valley Hunt Club Taught at the Mid Atlantic Junior Tennis Academy, The Steve Krulevitz Tennis Program, and Hawkeye Tennis.

Jack will be running ladies clinics on Tuesday and Thursday evenings this summer from 7:00-8:30. Start dates will be announced.

Jim Jeffers

Jim is a PTR and USPTA certified teaching professional with 33 years of teaching experience as well as directing programs at clubs in MD, PA, and VA.

Jim played in college and has been ranked as both a junior and adult. In 2003, Jim played on the Howard County 4.5 USTA team that won nationals.