BY JOHN KRUSE email@example.com When it comes to racket- based sports, a competition with a name evocative of pungent, briny cucumbers has become all the rage locally. Throughout the tri-states, interest is surging in pickleball. More players are heading to courts to play the condensed, more-relaxed version of tennis, while municipal leaders
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Central Iowa Challenge Pickleball tournament - July 13-14, in Des Moines, Iowa: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/central-iowa-challenge-pickleball-tournament-registration-54894394612
Pickleball is said to be the fastest growing sport in the nation and the world, and it’s coming to Council Bluffs in a big way. Construction is officially underway on six new pickleball courts inside the Iowa West Field House in the Mid-America Center entertainment district. Described as a cross between tennis,
CLOSE Smash Park combines food, beer and backyard fun in West Des Moines Zachary Boyden-Holmes, DesMoines Smash Park is now home to the world's largest pickleball paddle. The West Des Moines-based entertainment venue officially certified its massive 150-pound paddle with the Guinness World Records. "Big Blue" is 10 times larger than a traditional pickleball
WEST DES MOINES, Iowa — The ladies of Today in Iowa went to Smash Park in West Des Moines to try their hand at an unfamiliar sport — pickleball. The game is a cross between ping pong and badminton. Once they got the hang of it — things got pretty competitive.