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The Snowmass Club used to host the Snowmass Club Memorial Day Open Tennis Tournament, which brought tennis players from all over the valley to Snowmass for an intensive match. Thirteen events were held that year including men and women’s singles, doubles and mixed doubles. According to The Aspen Times, “The high level of play demonstrated by the finalists made spectators wonder how they would have fared against Aspen’s number one player, Kent Woodard, who did not enter the tournament this year.” The winner of that year’s Men’s Class A singles was Jon Migolionico, who outlasted Dick Vuidal in a tough final, 6-7, 6-4, 6-3.

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