To make sure you use the Pickleball Scheduler correctly (and also reserve the courts using the Tennis Court clipboards), please read the procedure on the web page Pickleball Scheduler [Will be updated to reflect the new advance reservation rule on February 1, 2019]
- 2.815 million players
- Catalyst: a surging professional game
- Increase in TV Contracts and professional endorsements
- Larger prize purses and incentive pools
- Tremendous opportunity for cities, facilities, pro-shops, teachers, and more
Larry Martinson PB Courts Fundraising Chairman
On Sunday, August 5th the Pickleball Club was ambushed by a friendly, fun loving group of Bocce Club members. Over 40 Villagers from both clubs gathered at the Bocce courts for a “just for fun” Bocce tournament. The Bocce Club won 9 out of 10 games but everyone had a great time and made many new friends. Wonderful food and drink were provided by the Bocce Club. We appreciate all their hard work. Guess what? Next month the Bocce Club will be playing pickleball….maybe we can get even?????
The Pickleball/Bocce Exchange Tournament will take place on Sunday, September 9th at tennis courts 5 and 6 from 3-6pm. Hope members of both clubs will once again turn out for another fun event. If you are a member of either club and have not signed up you may do so on the Pickleball Club or Bocce Club websites. Please do so by August 30th. The event is free for all who participate. A big thank you goes to Bob Iacopi for organizing these tournaments!
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Naples Daily News (Florida)
When Chad Edwards and Simone Jardim uprooted their life in Michigan and moved to Naples two years ago, the husband and wife were betting on pickleball.
Edwards ran a baseball academy in East Lansing, while Jardim was the women’s tennis coach at Michigan State. But after playing in the 2016 U.S. Open Pickleball Championships, the couple – already addicted to the sport – saw the game’s potential in Southwest Florida.
The bet paid off. Edwards and Jardim now run the academy at the largest pickleball facility in the country at East Naples Community Park. They’re at the forefront of helping the sport infuse with the DNA of Naples.