Welcome to
The Green Mountain Table Tennis Club

Why do you play Table Tennis?

  1. Bullet Is it the challenge to get better?

  2. Bullet Is it for the great social interaction?

  3. Bullet Is it just for getting out of the house?

  4. Bullet Is it for the competition?

  5. Bullet Is it for the exercise?

Whatever your reason(s) may be, you are welcome at the GMTTC!


GMTTC News: New photos of celebrities playing Table Tennis in our collection found HERE

“Table tennis is the best brain sport. It improves hand-eye coordination. It's aerobic, uses both upper and lower body and causes you to use many different areas of the brain to function."

-Clinical neuroscientist and psychiatrist Dr. Daniel Amen

(Author of "Making A Good Brain Great") - CBS Health

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USATT News: An impressive collection of the Top Ten Shots of 2011 HERE

Health Benefits of Playing Table Tennis:

To become a GMTTC member or to join our mailing list:

Contact Ron Lewis at vtpoet@gmail.com / (802) 247-5913

  1. Celebrating  over 30 years of competition, sportsmanship, and lasting  friendships

Club Shirts for sale!

More info HERE

GMTTC is a proud member of the USATT

Club News:

Drum roll please......

Grab your phone or your computer, or if you’re old school, grab your calendar off the wall.... and save the date: March 31st. That will be our club’s next tournament!

World News:

Recently there was great competition at the Olympic games in Rio. It may not have got as many headlines, but there was also the Rio Paralympics held. Here is a great photo from one of the games: LINK


New club shirts are now available! High quality “wicking” materials make this a must have!

Contact Ron Lewis for availability and to purchase one.



If you’ve never seen one of these in action, then you should! Check out the demonstration video HERE. They can be purchased HERE

Elle Fanning and Stephen Dorff playing Table Tennis in the movie Somewhere, released in 2010

Additional Serves:

  1. new: Can Ping-Pong help people with Parkinson's disease? Read all about it HERE

  2. Want to read all about how different poly balls perform differently? Read all about it HERE

  3. Did you know dogs like Table Tennis? Well this one sure does. Click  HERE

  4. Have you ever used Table Tennis balls in creative ways? Prepare to get your mind blown HERE