Tennis is important to Keystone |

Tennis is important to Keystone

I recently learned that Keystone Resorts is considering plans to make a significant change in the operation of the Keystone Tennis Center. Before it makes any such significant change, I sincerely hope it takes into consideration all aspects of how the Tennis Center affects Keystone Resorts – and the community in Summit County.

I personally use the Tennis Center three to eight times per month in the winter and five to 12 times per month in the summer.

Although I live in Breckenridge, I drive by the Breckenridge Recreational Center to use the Keystone tennis facility. Why? Because the Keystone facility feels better, more like a private tennis club.

The pro, John O’Connor, has a positive attitude, manages a clean facility that is fun and enjoyable to use, promotes good tennis matches, offers outstanding clinics and private lessons and is generally an asset to the Tennis Center and community.

I particularly enjoy playing tennis with some of the out-of-town guests who stay at Keystone. I think a good share of the guests that stay at the Keystone Resort would be seriously disappointed if the resort did not offer the amenity of a tennis facility. It would certainly lower the image of Keystone Resort.

The Keystone Tennis Center, while aged, is one of the best facilities at which I have played.

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