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Indoor athletic center opens in Oldsmar

hillsevbiz091616: Clubhouse Athletic Center features four full-sized batting cages that offer self and machine pitch, and there are two professional pitching mounds. Cage and mound rentals are available. Photo by Danielle Hauser

hillsevbiz091616: Clubhouse Athletic Center features four full-sized batting cages that offer self and machine pitch, and there are two professional pitching mounds. Cage and mound rentals are available. Photo by Danielle Hauser

OLDSMAR — Clubhouse Athletic Center recently opened a 10,000-square-foot air-conditioned facility in Oldsmar for athletes of all ages.

The center features four full-sized batting cages that offer self and machine pitch, and it also includes two professional pitching mounds. Cage and mound rentals are available, as well as private and team training for both baseball and softball.

"Everything is top of the line," said Drew Beatty, partner. "It's the top-end turf and it's the best you can get for indoors."

The facility offers personal training and adult group fitness classes. There is a full-sized athletic performance speed and weight training area.

It also features a pro shop and a lounge-style viewing area for parents and coaches. The facility is available for birthday parties and team and league events. Different levels of membership are available.

Clubhouse Athletic Center is located at 148 Dunbar Ave, Suite B. For more information, call (813) 473-4711, or visit clubhouse athleticcenter.com.

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Indoor athletic center opens in Oldsmar 09/16/16 [Last modified: Friday, September 16, 2016 12:38pm]
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