Frequently Asked Questions

What is pickleball?

Pickleball is a paddle sport that combines elements of tennis, badminton, and table tennis. It is typically played on a rectangular court with a net in the middle. The game can be played both indoors and outdoors and is suitable for players of all ages and skill levels.

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How can I find pickleball courts near me?

To find pickleball courts near you, you can use various online resources and methods.

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Which paddle is right for me?

Choosing the right pickleball paddle is essential for your performance and enjoyment of the game. There are various factors to consider when selecting a pickleball paddle that suits your playing style and preferences. Here's a step-by-step guide on how to find the right pickleball paddle for you:

  1. Determine Your Skill Level:
    Consider your skill level as a player. Are you a beginner, intermediate, or advanced player? Your skill level will affect the type of paddle that's suitable for you.
  2. Paddle Weight:
    Paddle weight is an important factor. Lighter paddles offer more control, while heavier paddles provide more power. Choose a weight that aligns with your playing style.
    Typically, paddle weights range from 6-14 ounces (170-400 grams).
  3. Paddle Core Material:
    Paddle cores are typically made from one of three materials: aluminum, polymer, or nomex honeycomb.
    Aluminum cores are lightweight and provide excellent control.
    Polymer cores offer a good balance of power and control.
    Nomex honeycomb cores are known for their power but may be less forgiving.
  4. Paddle Surface Material:
    Paddle faces are made from materials such as graphite, fiberglass, or composite blends.
    Graphite paddles are lightweight and provide good ball control.
    Fiberglass paddles offer durability and power.
    Composite blends combine various materials for a balance of control and power.
  5. Grip Size:
    Paddle grip sizes come in various options (typically small, medium, and large).
    Choose a grip size that feels comfortable in your hand. Your grip should be neither too tight nor too loose.
  6. Handle Length:
    Paddle handles come in different lengths (typically short, medium, or long).
    The handle length affects your reach and grip style. Choose a length that suits your playing style and comfort.
  7. Paddle Shape:
    Paddles come in different shapes, including traditional, elongated, and teardrop.
    The shape can impact your shot control and reach. Experiment to find the shape that feels best for you.
  8. Try Before You Buy:
    Testing paddles will give you a better sense of how they feel and perform on the court. We offer a 30 day demo program to try two paddles per week, however it is only available in-store, not on the website.
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