Mission Viejo's Marguerite Tennis Pavilion ranked top Public Facility of the Year
Mission Viejo’s Marguerite Tennis Pavilion was recognized today as the top Public Facility of the Year by the Professional Tennis Registry (PTR), a global organization of tennis teaching professionals with more than 16,000 members in 125 countries.
The award was presented during the 2018 PTR International Tennis Symposium in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina.
The Marguerite Tennis Pavilion has been hosting prestigious sporting events since the 1970s including the early WTA Virginia Slims Tournaments. As the first successful master-planned community in the state and a City that has produced countless swimming and diving Olympians and tennis Paralympians, Mission Viejo has long graced the international stage.
Recreational and elite tennis have a rich history in this City. The Marguerite Tennis Pavilion is home to more than 1,000 members who enjoy tennis at every level. Today, Head Pro Ryan Hill, a PTR Professional in all five pathways, ensures that education for coaches and students plays a pivotal role. In fact, in this last year alone, he helped pave the way for junior development - from 10 and under red through yellow ball. Adult development is essential in Marguerite’s programming and includes daily league activity and all levels of USTA functions.
With eight lighted courts, a state-of the art clubhouse and closed-camera system for live video and tournament feeds, the Marguerite Tennis Pavilion is the perfect venue for an array of events, including ITF Wheelchair Masters.
For information about the facility, contact 949-859-4348 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Information is also available at the recreation, fitness, and tennis centers webpage.