Todd Kramer is the new Director of Tennis at Caneel Bay Resort, according to Peter Burwash International (PBI), the world’s leading tennis management company.
The 11-court tennis center has been under the direction of PBI for more than 30 years and is consistently ranked as one of best tennis resorts in the world.
Kramer will oversee a variety of exciting instructional programs and tennis activities at Caneel Bay, including private lessons, daily clinics, round robins and other social and competitive events. Caneel Bay also offers a full-service pro shop.
“We are pleased to have Todd join our team to build on our legacy of great tennis,” said Nikolay Hotze, Managing Director of Caneel Bay. “Throughout 30 years with Peter Burwash, our guests have appreciated the continuity of instruction, professionalism and personal service from one pro to the next.”
“We look forward to Todd’s leadership in continuing to provide the finest tennis program in the Caribbean,” said Hotze.
A native of New Jersey, Kramer earned a degree in Natural Resources from the University of Connecticut and added his Master’s at Penn State. Prior to joining the professional staff at Peter Burwash International, he honed his tennis teaching skills at various clubs in Connecticut and Pennsylvania, including the Guilford Racquet and Swim Club and Penn State Tennis Center, while obtaining his certification from the USPTA and USRSA.
During his career with PBI, Kramer has coached internationally and directed tennis programs at the Four Seasons Resort Punta Mita in Mexico, the Four Seasons Hotel Singapore and at Rancho Las Palmas Resort in Rancho Mirage, California, host facility of the prestigious Easter Bowl junior tennis tournament.
“Todd impressed everyone at Rancho Las Palmas with his work ethic and exemplary customer service,” said PBI President, Peter Burwash. “He will bring to Caneel Bay enthusiasm and fresh ideas, while continuing the many traditions that have established Caneel Bay as the top tennis resort in the Caribbean and keeps Caneel guests returning year after year.”