Jan. 16, 2011
Hoke Sloan Tennis Center.
Specific features of each facility tour are as follows:
Baseball – Views from many different vantage points of Kingsmore Stadium, as well as the batting cages, practice field, locker room and team room; Includes video highlighting future renovations of the Tiger baseball facilities.
Golf – Bird’s eye view of Clemson golf practice facilities, including driving range and short game areas; Includes video renderings of the Larry B. Penley Jr. Golf Facility and video featuring former Tigers currently on the PGA Tour.
Rowing – Views of Clemson’s state-of-the-art facility including the boathouse, workout room, locker room and lounge, as well as beautiful lakeside views.
Tennis – Views of the indoor and outdoor courts at Hoke Sloan Tennis Center as well as the Duckworth Pavilion; Includes video renderings of proposed enhancements to the facility. Check Clemson360 later this year for tours of Clemson’s indoor and outdoor track facilities as well as additional features for other sports, including a 360-degree snapshot from a live game in Littlejohn Coliseum. Fans can access the website via the link below or by clicking on the Clemson360 button located on ClemsonTigers.com.
Launch Clemson360: ClemsonTigers.com/Clemson360
Clemson360 is an interactive website allowing visitors to ClemsonTigers.com unparalleled access to Clemson’s athletic facilities. The application combines 360-degree panoramas with exclusive video and audio content to deliver an experience beyond the standard virtual tour.
Each sport/venue features HD video content from the Clemson Athletics and Clemson University YouTube channels, as well as an audio soundtrack featuring Clemson student organizations Tiger Band and Tiger Roar. Fans can also view video renderings of planned future improvements to Clemson’s athletic facilities.
Clemson360 was produced in conjunction with Early Commit of Greenville, SC.
December 12, 2018