New to Pickleball?

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At The Center, we offer a range of programs for all experience and skill levels. If you are brand new to the sport, a great place to start would be to register for:

“Introduction to Pickleball” 

 

This 2 hour session will provide you a basic understanding of the game. 

In order to register, you must ' Create and Account ' on the following 

BEFORE YOU  REGISTER...

YOU MUST CREATE AN ACCOUNT

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*Upon completion of the “Introduction to Pickleball” session, players will be considered a 2.0 level player and are welcome to register for 2.0/2.5 organized play.

If you would like to continue working on your skills and learn some game strategies...

Register for our
"Level Up Beginners" Clinic

Register for our
"Organized Play" Round Robins

 

A player’s Rating is an assessment of the player’s place on a continuum of pickleball skills from beginner to accomplished. The scale is a number between 2 and 5 in 0.5 increments, with a 2.0 rating being a beginner and 5.0 being an expert.

*For a description of each level, see Pickleball Canada's Rating system

 

Organized play provides an opportunity to participate in the game with other players who are of a similar skill and experience level. These play opportunities are offered in a variety of categories based on a player's experience/skill level and referred to as “rating levels”.

Rating a player serves two purposes:
 

  • It assists players and clubs in determining where the player is on the skill continuum and the skills s/he needs to work on to continue their pickleball progress.
     

  • It helps players find other players of similar ability to compete against fairly in club or tournament play.