Sports Briefs, July 27, 2016 |

Sports Briefs, July 27, 2016


Sunday at the Jeremy Ranch Golf Course, Bob “Sully” Sullivan recorded a hole-in-one on the 17th hole. Sullivan used a 7-iron to make the 166-yard shot, which was witnessed by Dave Queri, Stan Battle and Andy Bernhard.

On Sunday, July 26, John Kirby recorded a hole-in-one at Park City Golf Club. Playing Hole No. 2, Kirby used a 4-hybrid club to sink the 168-yard shot. The ace was witnessed by Diane Naylor, Mary Lowdon and Rich Lowdon.

Skateboard Series
Park City Recreation presents the 2016 Skateboard Series at 11 a.m. on July 30 and Sept. 5 at the Park City Skate Park. Don’t miss this fun opportunity for friendly competition against other local skaters. Divisions include Beginner Street, Girls Street, Intermediate Street, Advanced Street, Beginner Bowl and Open Bowl. Pre-register at the PC MARC for $10 or register for $15 day-of at 10 a.m. Space is limited. For more info, visit

PCHS Boys Golf Tryouts
Golf tryouts will begin at the Park City Golf Course on Monday, Aug. 1 at 6:30 a.m. This is for all boys grades 9 through 12. Please have tryout documents filled out and submitted before getting to the course on Aug. 1. Forms can be found on Contact Coach Murphy at with any questions.

7v7 Coed Soccer League
Grab some friends, family or co-workers and get a team together for PC Recreation’s 7v7 Coed Soccer League played under the lights on Thursday evenings and some Tuesdays at the Park City Sports Complex. For those 18 and older, the league plays from Aug. 11 to Oct. 13. The fee is $375 per team, and deadline to register is Aug. 4. For more info and to register, visit or call 435-615-5400.

Park City Baseball Fall Tryouts
Park City Baseball will be holding fall ball tryouts on Monday, Aug. 15, at the PCHS baseball complex. Fall ball runs from Aug. 27 to Oct. 8 and focuses on player development in preparation for the spring competitive season. PCB plans to field teams at the 8U-14U levels, and the fall league uses spring 2017 age brackets. If your player will be 8 or under on April 30, 2017, he or she qualifies for the fall 8U team, and so on. 8U-10U tryouts will be from 4:30-5:30 p.m. 11U-14U will be from 6-7 p.m. There is no charge for tryouts, but registration is required. To register and for more information, please visit

Park City Baseball Competitive Team Tryouts
Park City Baseball will be holding tryouts for its spring/summer 2017 12U competitive baseball team on Monday, Aug. 15, from 6-7 p.m. at the PCHS baseball complex. All players wishing to participate in the third annual PCB 12U Cooperstown Program must attend this tryout regardless of whether they will be playing fall baseball. Players must be 12 or under as of April 30, 2017, to qualify for the team, and a significant time and financial commitment is required. There is no charge for tryouts, but registration is required. To register and for more information, please visit

Zion Curtain Ultimate Skills and Drills
In partnership with Basin Recreation, the University of Utah’s nationally ranked Club Ultimate Frisbee team, Zion Curtain Ultimate, will host a three-week developmental Ultimate Frisbee Camp on Mondays from 6-8 p.m. at Willow Creek Park. Sessions will be on Aug. 1 and Aug. 8. The cost is only $30 and each participant will receive a disc. Learn proper cutting techniques, throwing mechanics, offensive/defensive strategy and new lingo. Skills cross over into traditional sports and this is a fun way to exercise. Stay in shape, get a head start on college tryouts and meet some fun players! We strongly encourage any high school-aged athletes interested in being part of a Park City Club Ultimate Team to join this program. Contact for more information.

The Hiking Club
Basin Recreation has formed The Hiking Club for people interested in hiking with a group. This group meets at The Fieldhouse on Monday evenings at 6 p.m. and on Fridays at 9 a.m. Monday hikes will be on Basin Recreation’s local trail system, which is a great way to learn some new trails. Fridays are generally more mountainous, traveling to Sundance, the Uintas, Snowbird and Timpanogos for a variety of easy-to-moderate hikes. Just meet at The Fieldhouse and a van will drive to the trailhead. The cost is $5. Register online at or call 435-655-0999. For more information, contact Patrick Saucier at

Fun Over Fifty: Fun. Social. Exercise.
Basin Recreation has new activities just for people over 50! Basin Recreation’s Fun Over Fifty category offers something for everyone 50-plus. Summer activities include weekly Hiking Club events, standup paddleboarding, drop-in pickleball, sailing, rafting/kayaking and over-the-hill mountain biking. These are great for beginners and anyone interested in group recreation. Stop by The Fieldhouse, visit or contact to learn more about these programs.

Park City M.O.B. (Moms on Bikes)
Park City Recreation offers weekly mountain bike rides for moms, led by moms on Park City’s vast network of trails. Rides are held on Wednesdays until Sept. 14 from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Email to be added to the email list. Ride locations change each week.

Basic Skating Camp
The Park City Ice Arena will host a Basic Skating Camp Aug. 8-12. The camp hours are from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Basic Skating Camp is for skaters at least 4 years of age and of all skill levels, as long as they have taken group skating classes, private lessons or skate regularly on their own and can skate comfortably without assistance. This camp has a recreational focus. The camps costs $170, with the cost increasing to $190 on July 25. To register, call 435-615-5707 or stop by the front desk.

Playin’ the Basin Way
Basin Recreation is holding open field time for those in adaptive (physical, mental or other limitations) populations and their siblings. Sessions will be held Aug. 13, Sept. 3, Oct. 8, Nov. 12 and Dec. 3. For more information, email Helaine O’Keefe at, visit or call 435-655-0999.

Termite Hockey Camp
The Park City Ice Arena will host a Termite Hockey Camp Aug. 1-5. The camp is for girls and boys ages 5-7 who can skate forward, backward and stop comfortably in hockey skates. The camp costs $200. To register, call 435-615-5707 or stop by the front desk.

Adult Lunch Bunch
Adult Lunch Bunch is held on Wednesdays at 12 p.m. at the Park City Ice Arena. This class is for the adult skater who wants to enjoy some social time on the ice with other adults, learn some new skills and get a great workout. Beginners and more advanced skaters are welcome to attend. Register today at or call 435-615-5707.

Cardio Tennis Offerings at the PC MARC
Add an exciting new element to your workout by combining the cardio of tennis with the strength benefits of TRX. The PC MARC is offering both Cardio Tennis and Cardio TRX Tennis designed to improve fitness on and off the court. The high-energy, full-body workout is perfect, whether or not you are a tennis player! Classes are held Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. The class fee is $17 for those who pre-register and $20 per class for drop-ins. For more info, visit or call 435-615-5400.

Park City Speed Skating Club
Come join the Park City Speed Skating Club for the new season. PCSSC is a skill-building, fitness-oriented club with an emphasis on fun. Basic skating skills are necessary and all ages are welcome. Practices will take place on Monday evenings from 6:15-8 p.m. and are coached by four-time Olympian Catherine Raney-Norman. The first visit is free so come take a lap with PCSSC. For more information, please visit

A Minor Spin Class
Whether you’re a youth or just young at heart, the PC MARC has a new spin class just for you. Join Brooke on Sundays from 4:30-5:15 p.m. for a great workout and music at a decibel level young people can appreciate. Ages 13 and over are welcome. For more info, visit or call 435-615-5400.

Pickleball at the PC MARC
PC Tennis invites those interested in racket sports to discover pickleball, the fastest-growing sport in the U.S. Head to the PC MARC for a variety of pickleball programming, including drop-in/social play, tournaments, clinics and drills. For more info and schedules, look for the Park City Pickleball Group on

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