Thanks to the Internet and social media you can find dozens of nearly anything you want. However, finding something you need of good quality is a different story. We recently sent back three different garden pagodas before we got one we could live with. (We give thanks daily for liberal
Thursday, April 4, 2019 - 9:38am The biggest line in sport is “I would have won, if…” And then there are pickleball lines. Remember — if the ball hits any part of the line, it is good. I discovered that some of you believe if the ball hits the outer half of the
APRIL 3, 2019 I recently wrote about having a clear intention when you hit a shot by finishing the shot. But in fact, it all begins with paddle preparation. paddle preparation I GOT TO GET IT OVER Time and again we feel a sense of urgency on the court. This causes us to focus
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Here's a most useful blog post, by Laura, found on pickleballcentral.com: Very few players are paddle agnostic. Many of us have our favorite “go-to” choice to use on the courts, with some even switching to a secondary Ol’ Reliable depending on the location and conditions. This makes it all the more
Here's a terrific article, by Mark Powell, of Scottsdale, Arizona Visit his website. Better yet, track him down and book some lessons! - - - I have the good fortune of playing pickleball 4-5 days a week, in a variety of venues, from open play, to lessons, to tournaments. Without question, the
by Walt Sauerbrei - messagemedia.co John Newstrom recently published his newest book and the 50th book of his career. The book, published under the author pseudonym of “J. Mortswen” is titled One Minute Pickleball and sold nationally through Amazon.com (search for “pickleball books”). “I always thought it would be fun to adopt a pseudonym (pen name)
As a recreational Pickleball player, you've read and talked about player ratings, but what do they mean? Here's an outline from the International Federation of Pickleball And here's a self-evaluation guide.
Off season, the Marco Island Racquet Center looked more like a construction zone than a center offering tennis, pickleball and racquetball. Much to the delight of players, the MIRC is now fully operational and boasts resurfaced courts ready for play. The newly renovated courts at the Marco Island Racquet Center
Sarah Ansboury writes, "When I ask students why they dink, they often look confused. They might say, “To slow down the game” or “I’m waiting for my opponent to make a mistake and hit it into the net.” Often time, they voice it as if their response is a question…with