Tennis: Court Resurfacing Project begins!

Exciting news! The resurfacing of Tennis Courts 2, 3, and 4 is now set to begin in mid-May, ahead of schedule. This update is part of our commitment to enhance your tennis experience with high-quality, safer, and more visually appealing courts.

Exciting news! The resurfacing of Tennis Courts 2, 3, and 4 is now set to begin in mid-May, ahead of schedule. This update is part of our commitment to enhance your tennis experience with high-quality, safer, and more visually appealing courts.

Project Insights:

  • Duration: The work will take roughly two weeks, depending on the weather.
  • Court Availability: These courts will be unavailable during resurfacing, but alternative arrangements are in place to ensure your tennis activities continue with minimal interruption.
  • Stay Updated: We’ll keep you informed through our club’s newsletter and digital platforms about progress and any schedule adjustments.

Thank you for your patience and understanding as we enhance our facilities. We’re excited for you to play on the upgraded courts very soon!

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