Lee Wright

Assistant Tennis Professional


Lee was the youngest of four siblings in tennis family. He began playing at age 3 and started tournament play at age 7. His junior and senior years of high school, Lee finished 2nd and 3rd in singles in the state of Iowa. Lee attended the University of Iowa on a full tennis scholarship where he reached the 3rd round of NCAA Nationals in singles and the team finished in the top 20 in the country.


From 1974-1979, Lee worked at Club Campestre de Cali in Cali, Colombia. He won the national singles title in 1975 and the national doubles title in 1976.  Lee brought 20 players to play on team at various university in the US. Lee competed against top world ranked players such as Rod Laver, Vitas Geralitus, Victor Amaya, Jeff Baroviac, Jeff Stafanki, and many others.


Has been a teaching professional sing 1972, starting in Edmond Oklahoma for 22 years where he coached many highly ranked players including Meredith Walton and Jay Berry. As a single parent, Lee raised two daughters. Lee had been at The Clubs of Kingwood for almost 9 years.