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

Dr. Oz, along with three helpers (Tina, Barbara and Deb), demonstrated the fabulous game of ping pong. In addition to being very fun, did you know that ping pong can help prevent and even improve Alzheimer’s disease?

    As the ping pong ball bounces back and forth, you need good hand-eye coordination, and the rapid eye movements plus the analysis and constant calculation that your brain has to do to predict where the ball will be, keeps your brain young and improves both motor and cognitive functions!  Plus, like Dr. Oz said, when was the last time you had so much fun with a paddle?

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

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

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

Contact Ron Lewis for availability and to purchase one.

Print News:

Rolling Stone Magazine explored the difference between Table Tennis and Ping Pong in an article about U.S. Olympic Table Tennis player Ariel Hsing.  The full article can be read HERE

Rutland Magazine produced an article in the Summer 2012 edition about the local visit by New York Times’ Will Shortz. The full article can be read HERE

The doodle on the Google homepage for 8-2-12 to celebrate the sport of Table Tennis for the Olympic Games in London