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Spring Doubles Tournament Championship Scheduled

March 23, 2017, 11:25 AM HST
* Updated March 23, 11:27 AM
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Playing tennis on the waterfront courts at Mauna Kea Beach Hotel on the Big Island, Hawaii. Courtesy photo.

The Seaside Tennis Club at Mauna Kea Resort will host its 4th Annual Spring Doubles Tournament Championship from Friday to Sunday, April 28 to 30.

The tournament offers participants the chance to compete with players from around the nation.

“We are excited to welcome participants to not only enjoy our world class facilities but all that Mauna Kea Resort has to offer during their stay,” said Craig Pautler, Mauna Kea Resort director of tennis. “The comraderies that form as a result of this tournament brings players back again year after year.”

Participants will experience the award-winning and world-ranked Seaside Tennis Club including its 11 ocean side courts, fully equipped pro shop and a comfortable trellised lānai to relax and enjoy the ocean views.

Mauna Kea Resort’s Seaside Tennis Club is ranked sixth among the top 25 tennis resorts in the world, according to Tennis Resorts Online, the web’s leading tennis-travel information source.

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Spring Doubles Tournament entry fees of $35 for one event and $15 for a second includes a T-shirt, lunch and pre-tournament mixer round robin on Thursday, April 27. Tournament entries close Monday, April 24.

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Special tournament rates for accommodations are being offered at the Mauna Kea Beach Hotel from $325 a night and at the Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel from $175 a night.

Learn more and enter online.

 

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