Greenwood Athletic and Tennis Club announced the grand re-opening and ribbon cutting at the Tennis Club on December 3, 2014. The tennis club was upgraded and expanded to improve the lobby, expand the locker rooms and social space and create a new outdoor space.
According to Paula Neubert, the president and general manager of Greenwood Athletic and Tennis Club, the upgrades will include a new entrance, lobby, reception area and a vestibule with a specialized filter system to minimize the clay between the courts and the lobby. New expanded locker rooms will be added with wet and dry vanities and more lockers.
“We are very excited to roll out an expanded observation deck and social area,” said Neubert. “A new outdoor deck will reveal mountain views and the additional space will be available for team parties or just cooling down outside after a match. This renovation will give our members the warm country club feeling they are looking for at Greenwood.”
Ron Steege, Greenwood’s director of tennis, was just elected to the Colorado Tennis Association’s Board as the district representative on the Intermountain Section Board. Ron is an industry leader who has extensive involvement in both the USTA and USPTA.
According to Ron, “This expansion and upgrade is exactly what our membership wanted. Greenwood Tennis Club will continue to be the place to play clay in the Denver area. Now our facility will be the premier facility for members both on and off the court.”
Since 1995, Greenwood Tennis Club has been home to seven indoor clay courts and five outdoor hard courts, four featuring ProBounce. Greenwood Tennis Club is the USTA-recognized “Tennis Facility of the Year” with top USPTA tennis professionals and award winning tennis programming for youth, teens and adults.