You may have heard of it. You may have seen it. It’s the fastest growing sport in North America.
• Incredibly entertaining.
• Very easy to learn.
• Perfect for couples and families with children.
• A fantastic form of exercise for non-athletes as well as seasoned competitors.
• Playable even for those with mobility limitations.
Pickleball is played on a badminton size court using a paddle slightly larger than a ping pong paddle with many similarities to tennis. The length of a pickleball paddle makes pickleball much easier to learn than tennis. A pickleball serve is a simple underhand motion everyone finds simple to execute. Pickleball has been widely embraced in senior communities and is now played by players of all ages.
Monthly mixers will be held in the indoor tennis courts during from October through April.
Lessons are available by contacting Mark Chomko at 303-979-2233, ext. 226.
If you are interested in Pickleball, contact Judy Anderson at firstname.lastname@example.org.