Clint Laukhuf grew up locally in the midcities and served as a sergeant in the United States Marine Corps from 1998-2007.
Since 2007 he has professionally coached tennis for country clubs and tennis associations throughout North Texas.
Laukhuf played tennis at the high school, collegiate and professional level and has been a member of the United States Tennis Association since 2005. He has held the national ranking of #32 in Men’s 30 and Over Singles and the Texas sectional ranking of #1 in Men’s 30 and Over Doubles.
Coach Laukhuf joined GCISD as the Grapevine High School Head Tennis Coach in 2016 and was named USPTA's Texas High School Coach of the Year in 2019.
Assistant Tennis Coach Tyler Gurule was born and raised in Colorado.
He started teaching at Grapevine High School in 1994 and describes it as an amazing place to work.
In addition to tennis, over the span of his 27-year career with Grapevine High School, Gurule has also coached volleyball and wrestling.
Twelve years ago, he became part of the GHS tennis program as the Spring Tennis Assistant. In 2017 he took on the role of full-time Assistant Tennis Coach. During that time, he has helped the program grow and achieve excellence both on and off the court.
In addition to coaching tennis, Gurule teaches Pre-AP World Geography.
USPTA- Elite Professional
PTR- Junior Development Specialist
ONNIT Academy- Foundations, Durability, Mace, Kettlebell