Scott Burton

As Director of Tennis for the city of Ojai, Ca & Head Professional.  I am the event planner for both Junior and Adult tennis. All tennis related aspects of Libbey Park. Responsible for tennis programing at the historic Libbey Park.

Scott Burton and his wife, along with their two daughters reside in Ojai, CA. 

Scott is a 20 year professional tennis coach, and hold a science degree in manufacturing. He has worked as a manufacturing engineer for 28 years in Ventura County.

He currently holds a seat on Southern California’s United States Professional Tennis Association’s Executive Board of Directors as First Vice President. 

He was voted California’s 2013 Pro of the Year by his peers, and holds numerous awards for his service to the community, and to the furthering of education for fellow certified teaching professionals. He is a past president of California’s largest body of teaching professionals.  

As a player, Scott has earned 3 State championship titles in the Men’s divisions, and taught tennis for the City of San Buenaventura since 2003. 

During his years with the city of Ventura, he regularly hosted community tennis events with guests ranging from 80 to 140 over his 8 courts at Camino Real Tennis Center. 

In addition to coaching The Thacher School of Ojai to Two State Championship titles,  Scott currently coaches approximately 35 players, along with a 18 and under girls & boys JTT/USTA team, and trains 2 All American Collegiate student athletes. Scott has acted as travel coach to the Prestigious Ojai Tournament.  He coached the 2016 Girls 16's Champion, as well as the 2017 Girls 18's Champion.He is also a racquet technician and stringer, and member USRSA.