The Legends owners said in a statement that with much help from the community, they were able to reopen for regular operation within just a few days after Hurricane Harvey made landfall on the Texas coast in late August.
However, nearly a month later the indoor and outdoor sports complex has closed its doors.
“Even with the hard work all of us have put in, the damage to the business itself was just too much for Legends to come back from,” Legends owners said in a statement. “With that being said, it is with a heavy heart that we must announce that as of Oct. 3, 2017 we will be closing our doors for the last time.”
The Legends owners also cited the many Olympians, professional athletes, parents and children who had made their second homes at the complex over the last decade. The statement also said that anything that is owed will be paid, including refunds, invoices or otherwise, and members can contact the complex at [email protected] for more information.
“So many emotions go along with this decision but our hope is that we can all look back at the past 10 years and be grateful for the amazing relationships that have been made and the positive impact we have all had on each other," the statement said. "We did our very best to play like we want our name remembered. We will always remember all of you too.”
To view the entire statement, click here.