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Utah Black Diamonds Pickleball Center Sets New Standard

Utah Black Diamonds Pickleball Center: In a groundbreaking development for pickleball enthusiasts, the Utah Black Diamonds are set to establish the first-ever dedicated home facility for a professional pickleball team. Scheduled to open in the Summer of 2025, the Utah Black Diamonds Pickleball Center in South Jordan, Utah, promises to redefine the sport’s infrastructure with its state-of-the-art amenities and expansive offerings.

A $25 Million Vision: Innovation and Community Engagement

The $25 million facility, a collaboration between the Utah Black Diamonds and GCTM Investments, will be a hub for both high-performance training and recreational play. Featuring 36 top-of-the-line pickleball courts—30 indoor and 6 outdoor—the center aims to cater to players of all levels, from amateurs to seasoned professionals. Highlighting the facility’s prestige will be a 1,500-seat Championship Court equipped with VIP box seating, alongside two Grandstand Courts accommodating 500 spectators each.

“This is a seminal moment in pickleball – for both the professional and amateur levels – to be able to construct and operate the first home base dedicated to high-performance pickleball training and competition,” remarked Connor Pardoe, Owner of the Utah Black Diamonds and CEO of the Professional Pickleball Association. “The Utah Black Diamonds are leading the charge in dedicating time and resources to grow the sport and advance the level of play for its professionals, and we cannot be more excited to bring this one-of-a-kind facility to life.”

A Premier Club Experience: The Picklr’s Expertise

The facility will not only serve as the home base for the Utah Black Diamonds but also operate as a premier pickleball club under the management of The Picklr, renowned for its expertise in designing and operating top-tier pickleball venues across North America. Members of the club, projected to reach 2,500, will benefit from a comprehensive array of amenities including a full gym with recovery facilities, a café, bar, social centers, and the Pickleball Central Pro Shop.

Jorge Barragan, CEO and Co-Founder of The Picklr emphasized the facility’s role in setting new standards for professional pickleball. “We are thrilled to partner with the Utah Black Diamonds to launch this pioneering facility, which represents a significant milestone not just for professional pickleball, but for enthusiasts at every level. The Utah Black Diamonds Pickleball Center will set a new standard for professional pickleball with its state-of-the-art design and comprehensive amenities that cater to both the casual player and the professional athlete.“- Barragan added.

Anticipated Launch: Building Utah’s Pickleball Legacy

Construction of the Utah Black Diamonds Pickleball Center is slated to commence in October 2024, with a targeted completion date in 2025. The project shows Utah’s emergence as a hub for pickleball innovation and growth, strenghtened by the enthusiastic support of local players and the broader pickleball community.

As anticipation builds for the grand opening, the Utah Black Diamonds and The Picklr invite pickleball enthusiasts worldwide to witness the evolution of the sport at this landmark facility. For more information on the Utah Black Diamonds Pickleball Center and updates on its development, visit the official website of the Utah Black Diamonds and The Picklr.

Utah Black Diamonds Pickleball Center represents more than a mere facility; it symbolizes a commitment to excellence, community, and the enduring spirit of pickleball.

News in Brief: Utah Black Diamonds Pickleball Center

The Utah Black Diamonds Pickleball Center, set to open in Summer 2025 in South Jordan, Utah, will revolutionize the sport with a $25 million investment. Featuring 36 courts, including a 1,500-seat Championship Court and premier amenities managed by The Picklr, the center aims to elevate professional competition and community engagement. Owned by Connor Pardoe, the facility promises a top-tier club experience with a full gym, café, and Pro Shop, fostering growth and excellence in pickleball. Construction begins October 2024, positioning Utah as a hub for pickleball innovation and setting new standards in sports infrastructure.

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