Pictures from the 2015 Georgia Games at Lucky Shoals

Session Closed April 3rd

There will be no afternoon session at AGTTA this Sunday, April 3rd.

ITTF 2015 Male Star of the Year, Quadri Aruna to Visit AGTTA

AGTTA is pleased to announce a visit to our club Tuesday, December 1, 2015 by current World # 50, Olympian, and ITTF 2015 Male Star of the Year, Quadri Aruna from Nigeria.

It will be a real treat to have Quadri at our club and have some of our Members play with him.

Bring some friends this Tuesday to play and to watch. We plan to have the first two tables on the League side of AGTTA reserved for Quadri. League will take place on Tables 3 – 8. Open play will proceed as normal.

See you Sunday and Tuesday at AGTTA!

QuadriArunaClick to watch Aruna Quadri vs Omar Assar (Africa Cup 2015) Final on YouTube!

AGTTA to Host NCTTA (National Collegiate Table Tennis Association)

AGTTA is proud to help the NCTTA (National Collegiate Table Tennis Association) host their second regional tournament at Lucky Shoals.  We are hosting the next tournament for the NCTTA on January 30 and 31, 2016.

This picture is of the winning team from the October 2015 tournament, Georgia Tech.


Albert Zhang and Tong Wei Win Gold at 2015 Georgia Games

All Medalists
Complete Results for Saturday, July 18
Complete Results for Sunday, July 19

Sunday Table Tennis

Every Sunday afternoon, beginning at 1:30, AGTTA offers free group coaching. The free coaching program has become one of the most popular features of our club. Classes geared toward juniors, beginner adults, and intermediate level players help our players develop their skills in a fun group setting. See our coaching page for information about our volunteer coaches.

2012-coaching-classAGTTA Holds First ITTF Course in Southeast

AGTTA and the Atlanta Contemporary Chinese Academy teamed up to host the first ITTF-PTT Level One coaching course held in the southeast part of the United States. Richard McAfee was our course instructor. He has taught this course all over the world. There were 13 participants, several of whom came from outside of Georgia. The course was extremely educational and fun. Thanks to everyone who helped bring this prestigious course to Georgia.

Fair Play

You may have noticed the sign at the sign-in table on Tuesdays about using approved equipment and not using speed glue. AGTTA encourages all players to use approved equipment. We have a number of players who are not serving legally. If you are hiding the ball with your arm, not tossing the ball six inches, or lowering the ball below table level, you are not serving legally and you are getting an unfair advantage in games. Please make sure you are serving legally. Your fellow club members will greatly appreciate it.


AGTTA is a nonprofit corporation that relies for the most part, on volunteers to run our club. We currently could use help in several areas. Volunteer coaches, photographers, media specialists, tournament helpers, marketing specialists, grant writers, assistant league directors, and coaching assistants are just a few of the jobs that we could use help with. If you have a special skill that you feel could help our club, contact Brian Crisp at