Sea Island partners with Matthew
Sea Island, Georgia — Sea Island, a destination resort located on the coast of Georgia, announced today that celebrated squash player Nick Matthew has been named the resort’s touring professional and ambassador for its world-class squash offerings. Hailed as one of the world’s most successful squash players, Matthew will lend his expertise and provide instruction to squash enthusiasts during the inaugural Sea Island Fantasy Squash Camp, currently scheduled for March 28-31, 2013.
“We are honored and excited to welcome Nick Matthew, one of squash’s reining stars, to the Sea Island team,” said Steve Hall, Sea Island Squash Director. “Nick’s travels on the PSA World Squash Tour will help drive a new level of awareness and success to our squash program, further establishing Sea Island as a top destination for squash aficionados.” Sea Island continues to build its reputation as a world-class squash destination with the addition of Matthew, mere months after Hall was signed on as Squash Director.
Since turning pro in 1998, Nick Matthew has enjoyed a prolific career that has led him to become one of the most celebrated squash players of all-time. In addition to winning the World Championships in 2010 and 2011, Matthew has won three British Open titles equaling the most ever from an Englishman. In June 2010, he ascended to the number one ranking in the world and maintained this position through 2011. Matthew is presently the world’s number two player and he will strive for his third World Championship title in Qatar December 7-14, 2012.
“I look forward to representing Sea Island around the world as an ambassador to their state-of-the-art squash facilities,” said Matthew. “I’m excited to interact with Sea Island guests and fellow squash players during the Sea Island Fantasy Squash Camp next spring.”
Sea Island is the only Forbes Five-Star resort in the U.S. offering both world-class squash facilities and programming. The Sea Island Squash Center offers professional instruction from Level II Certified Squash Professional, Steve Hall, on two International Softball Courts and one North American Hardball Doubles Court. All levels are invited and encouraged to experience the resort’s wide variety of squash programs. For additional information on Sea Island’s squash program, visit seaisland.com.
About Sea Island
Sea Island is an exceptional resort destination appealing to those who appreciate extraordinary service and gracious hospitality. Featuring four Forbes Five-Star experiences: The Cloister at Sea Island, The Lodge at Sea Island Golf Club, The Cloister Spa, and the Georgian Room restaurant, as well as extensive array of nature adventures and stimulating recreational experiences, Sea Island entices families, outdoor buffs, activity enthusiasts and those who just want to refresh and renew at the Spa and Fitness Center. Located on the southeastern coast of Georgia, Sea Island is an outdoor play land featuring: the Sea Island Beach Club, Tennis and Squash Club, Yacht Club, Shooting School, and Camp Cloister. Sea Island is steeped in golf tradition and is home to three championship golf courses, including Seaside, site of the PGA Tour’s McGladrey Classic, as well as the nation’s finest Golf Learning Center. Guests may also enjoy nearby Broadfield, a Sea Island Sporting Club, offering a variety of seasonal hunting and fishing opportunities. Renowned for its gracious hospitality, Sea Island has been creating life-long traditions for discerning travelers since 1928; a recent transformation of the resort has served to marry its storied history with unparalleled 21st century amenities. Experience Sea Island at seaisland.com.
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