SportsEvents Magazine

NOV 2016

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www.sportseventsmagazine.com November 2016 29 Special Feature: NEW & RENOVATED SPORTS VENUES the busiest tennis centers in North Caro- lina, is undergoing Phase I of an upgrade, refurbishing the existing 13 clay courts. Phase II will increase the number of courts from 13 to 18, renovate the existing tennis building, add a shade structure and convert the tournament court to QuickStart courts, scaled to the size and ability level of young children. A possible future third phase is also under discussion. Greensboro Has New Sand Volleyball Facility In The Works GREENSBORO — The managers at Pinetop Sport Club are converting several little-used tennis courts into seven com- petition-level sand volleyball courts. The new facility, which includes six regular competition courts, a championship court, bleacher seating and showers, is already in use, hosting an AAU qualifying event for its sand volleyball national championships. New Greens At Sea Trail Golf Resort & Convention Center SUNSET BEACH— The three-course Sea Trail Golf Resort & Convention Center underwent an estimated $1.3 million in renovations this summer, highlighted by the installation of new greens on its Jones Course and renovation of its Magnolias Restaurant. The 6,761-yard Rees Jones design that opened in 1989 now has Champion ultradwarf Bermudagrass, which is already featured on the resort's Byrd Course. OHIO New Youth Sports Complex Phase I Scheduled For Spring 2017 Opening SANDUSKY — The first phase of the new $23.5 million Cedar Point Sports Center just outside downtown Sandusky, OH, is underway and slated for a Spring 2017 opening. The new sports venue will feature nine multipurpose synthetic turf fields, four NCAA-regulation baseball fields, eight NCAA-regulation soccer and lacrosse fields, and a championship baseball/softball stadium, training areas and an ADA-acces- sible field. The 37-acre park will also in- clude a "great lawn" for entertaining young athletes when they aren't engaged in ► National Football & Youth Sports Complex at the Hall of Fame Village, Canton, OH

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