April 14, 2009
The Park City Racquet Club is hosting the Men’s National 40s Indoor Tennis Championships through Friday. Play begins at 8:30 a.m. and continues late into the evening. Park City Racquet Club tennis pros Bill Damron, Tim Donnelly, Bogdan Badiu and Skosh Berwald will be competing for the coveted "gold ball." Other Park City players competing include Kevin Zinn, Todd Smith, Brian Van Hecke, Craig White and Robert Brown. Bleachers will be set out for the semifinal matches on Thursday at 9:30 a.m. and the finals Friday at 9:30 a.m. The doubles final will follow the singles final. For more information, call 615-5400.
The Park City Women’s Soccer Team is looking for a goalie. The league offers females who have played soccer or who are learning the game a chance to get some exercise, meet new people and have fun. The women’s spring league runs from April 20 through mid-June. There is a break in the summer and then the fall league starts in August. Fee for both leagues is $125 (the team pays the referee fees). Anyone who is interested or knows someone who might be interested can contact Justine at 640-5736 or by email at Justine@basinrecreation.org .
The Homestead is offering a free day of golf on April 20 in celebration of the course’s 20th anniversary. Tee times will be available to the public starting on April 13 and will be offered on a first-come first-served basis. The cart fee will not be included. Tee times can be booked by calling (866) 348-8993. To further celebrate, the Homestead will offer nine holes of golf with cart for $20 or 18 holes for $40 for the entire 2009 golf season. The course has already opened for the year. The special rates apply to golfers who book tee times seven days in advance, excluding groups. The Homestead 18-hole championship golf course winds through the surrounding Snake Creek Valley and Wasatch Mountains in Midway.
Fly fishing for females
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High Country Fly Fishers is holding its annual ladies’ Free Fly Fishing Clinic. The clinic starts on Wednesday night, April 15, at 7:30 p.m. at Saint Mary’s Church with a classroom presentation on the basic concepts of fly fishing. The next day, a two-hour class on casting will be held in the Park City Racquet Club gym from 4 to 6 p.m. The last day, Saturday, the group will meet at Jans on Park Avenue at about 8:45 a.m., then proceed to the Middle Provo River for three hours of fishing. All equipment is furnishe,. you must have a fishing license. For reservations, call Bob Dibblee at (435) 333-22