USTA NC Notebook
PTR relocates headquarters

Professional Tennis Registry (PTR) announced that it has outgrown its current location and is moving its International Headquarters.

“With PTR’s continued growth, we needed more space to operate efficiently and effectively, said Dan Santorum, PTR CEO. “This move will allow us to decide our best long term option for PTR International Headquarters.”

PTR’s physical address will no longer be 116 Shipyard Drive. PTR new address is:

4 Office Way, Suite 200, Hilton Head Island 29928.   

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2014 yearbook now available

USTA North Carolina's 2014 yearbook is now available! The full, 81-page edition can be viewed online for free by clicking here.

This is the sixth straight year USTA North Carolina has published its yearbook online, allowing members and tennis fans everywhere to access each edition without charge.

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Three conference tournaments come to North Carolina

Three conference tennis tournaments are coming to North Carolina this month, featuring some of the best college players in the nation. The ACC, Big South and USA South tennis championships will be on display at various locations across the state over the next few weeks.
 

USA South Tennis Championships

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Sharron Frahm passes away at 65

Sharron Tribbett Farmer Frahm, 65, of Greensboro, NC, passed away on Saturday, March 22, 2014, at home surrounded by family following a long illness.

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Southern Tennis Patrons Foundation offers college scholarships

The Southern Tennis Patrons Foundation provides two $2,000 college scholarships that are awarded to players from the Southern Section who apply for but do not receive USTA Serves college scholarships. Recipients must apply for the USTA Serves scholarships and meet other criteria to be considered.

Click here to apply for the USTA Serves scholarships. The deadline is Feb. 21, 2014. 

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