SportsEvents Magazine

MAY 2018

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www.sportseventsmagazine.com May 2018 35 Sponsored Content Small Markets...Big On Sports! See Ad On Page 100 ith approximately 263 days of sunshine each year, an average commute time of 18 minutes, and a blend of world-class sports venues, Lubbock is a premier destination for baseball tourna- ments, soccer games, tennis, gymnastics, running events, rodeos and more. School Spirit Between Texas Tech University and Lubbock Christian University, planners have a choice of world-class venues like the Sports Performance Center, Terry & Linda Fuller Track & Field Complex, John Walker Soccer Complex, Dan Law Field (baseball) and Don & Ethel McLeod Tennis Center at Texas Tech. And, Lubbock Christian University offers top-notch ven- ues such as Rip Griffin Center (basketball) and Hays Field (baseball). Texas Tech is also home to The Rawls Course, an award-winning golf course named the No. 2 course you can play in Texas and the No. 3 best campus course in the nation according to GolfWeek. The Rawls Course regularly hosts tournaments, leisure group outings and corporate events. Outdoor Pursuits For running events and other outdoor competi- tions, Buffalo Springs Lake often hosts triathlon events, because the lake is great for the swimming portion, and an around-the-lake trail leads to more paths for running and biking throughout the area. Endurance events like Ironman 70.3 take place at Buffalo Springs Lake, as do fun themed-races. Beyond the Games As planners know, hosting a sporting event is not just about the game. Lubbock guaran- tees your team and their fans a good time, with access to world-class museums, such as the National Ranching Heritage Center and unique attractions like 4ORE! Golf. With nearly 1,000 restaurants, visitors will enjoy everything from traditional chick- en-fried steak to mouthwatering burgers and Texas barbecue. The Lubbock Sports Team wants you and your attendees to have a true West Texas experience while in the "Hub City." In addition to the Texas-sized hospitality, visitors have come to know and love, the Lubbock Sports Team will work with each group from beginning to end to ensure a seamless experience. n W From Gymnastics to Baseball, Lubbock Knows Sports Scott Harrison, Sports Director "Both West Texas and Lubbock Sports are known for hospitality, and our staff want to make sure your team has a seamless experience in Lubbock." Lubbock Sports (806) 747-5232 or (800) 692-4035 scott@visitlubbock.org www.lubbocksports.org

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