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Court Durling

Court and his wife Joy have been coming to Park City for years to enjoy all the area has to offer. The stars aligned and they were finally able to realize their dream of moving here in early 2013. With their two young daughters, Sierra and Jacqueline, the Durlings left San Francisco and relocated to Silver Springs. Drawn to the strong public school systems and amazing outdoor living they are excited to call PC home.


Court is a long time member of the Olympic Club in San Francisco and while living there, Court played a very active roll in club governance. Court was a player as well as commissioner for the Olympic Club lacrosse team which is one of the most successful post-collegiate lacrosse clubs on the west coast.   Court served terms on the Olympic Clubs’ Athletic Committee, Activities Committee and five year finance and budget committee, appointed by the President of the Club. Court also played a key roll in the formation of the Women’s lacrosse program at the Olympic Club.


Since landing in Park City, Court has been very active in the youth lacrosse program. He helped coach the Park City 5th and 6th grade boys to a State Championship in 2014 and also helps with 212 Lacrosse, a regional competition team based in Park City. Additionally, the Durlings are very active fundraisers for Team Parkinson, in honor of Joys’ father.  The Driscoll/Durling families have been top fundraisers in the Bay Area since 2006.


Court attended the University of Virginia where he played goalie for the lacrosse team. He now has his own real estate firm which operates in the multi-family space. When not working, Court enjoys mountain biking, cooking, golf, skiing and snowboarding.



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