Sports Core Appoints Aniela Neuberger as Tennis Director

KOHLER, Wis. – November 22, 2016 – Sports Core Health & Racquet Club hires Aniela Neuberger as Tennis Director to lead the team of tennis professionals and develop programs that grow the volume and quality of tennis at all levels. Neuberger previously served as the Tennis Director at Elite Tennis of Brookfield, Wis for three years prior to joining Kohler Co.

Neuberger is a lifelong tennis enthusiast with a list of notable accolades as a competitive player. She is currently ranked #250 in Singles and #350 in Doubles in the World Tennis Association Rankings. In her college years, Neuberger was named NCAA All-American Honors – Women’s Tennis four times at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (2001-2005) where she received a Bachelor of Arts - Psychology. In addition, she was a quarter-finalist and semifinalist in the Junior Australian Open and Wimbledon.

As a tennis director, she specializes in managing and developing youth and adult programming including children’s camps, family events, adult leagues, social events, private and group lessons, budgeting, staff development and membership communication.

Additionally, she facilitates and hosts all-level interclub team contests and USTA Tournaments linking regional clubs in Wisconsin and Illinois and was the Assistant Tennis Coach at Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wis. from 2011-2013.

“As a center of excellence for tennis in Wisconsin we continue to focus on enhancing tennis-specific programming, social events and quality instruction,” said Sports Core manager Jason Keller. “Aniela’s professional experience and passion for the sport will invigorate Sports Core’s dedication to offerings on court and off for members and the community.”

For more information on Sports Core at 920-457-4444. Stay up-to-date with Sports Core on Facebook.


About Kohler Co. Hospitality & Real Estate Group
Kohler Co. is known for its long history of cutting-edge kitchen and bath, engines and generator products. But in 1981, Herb Kohler transformed a workers’ dormitory called The American Club on the headquarters property into a world-class resort hotel. It was later joined in 2004 by The Old Course Hotel, Golf Resort & Spa in St Andrews, Scotland. Both properties, known for their high-level customer service and impeccable attention to detail, are recognized internationally for their hosting of golf’s Major championships. Destination Kohler is home to two public venues Whistling Straits and Blackwolf Run, which have collectively hosted the 1998 and 2012 U.S. Women’s Open, the 2007 U.S. Senior Open, 2004, 2010 and 2015 PGA Championships and will host the 2020 Ryder Cup. The Old Course Hotel, Golf Resort & Spa stands within 10 feet along the fairway of the 17th hole, the Road Hole, golf’s most famous hole on its most famous course. It also offers golf at the Duke’s, a special heathland course in the Kingdom of Fife. The resort has served as host-hotel for both the 2010 and 2015 Open Championship and the annual Alfred Dunhill Links Championship. Both resorts have a Kohler Waters Spa, which are acclaimed for their innovative water-based therapies.

About Destination Kohler
Herb Kohler created Kohler Co.’s Hospitality & Real Estate Group with the reclamation of The American Club, the first and only Forbes Five-Star hotel in Wisconsin, and then built world-renowned championship golf courses, the Straits at Whistling Straits and the River at Blackwolf Run. The resort is named one of the top three golf resorts in North America, by Golf Digest Magazine. Kohler Waters Spa is the only Forbes Five-Star spa in Wisconsin and one of less than 50 in the world. The resort features 12 dining establishments from the Four-Star Immigrant to traditional pub fare at Horse & Plow and rustic country gourmet at River Wildlife. The resort is located in the Village of Kohler, Wisconsin, one hour north of Milwaukee and two and a half hours north of Chicago.

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