Category Archives: Clinics
Good Day, PB Friends.
Once in awhile we get a chance to meet one of the best PB players in the country plus a certified instructor right here in Boise.
Scott Moore is scheduled to give a clinic to a small group of Boise PB players who want to improve their skill level of play.
Please see the attachment for details on this rare opportunity.
Any questions should be addressed to Scott Moore, email email@example.com.
Don’t miss out on this chance to improve your game.
If you’ve got friends or family who want to learn how to play pickleball, there are two opportunities coming up.
The Nampa Parks and Recreation is offering Pickleball 101 at the Nampa Recreation Center. The class starts September the 20th and goes through October 25th. It will be held every Tuesday from 1-2 p.m.
The City of Meridian, which recently purchased the Home Court YMCA facility, and their Parks and Recreation Department is also going to offer Pickleball 101 as one of their programs. The fall session starts October the 6th and goes November 10th. It will be held every Thursday from 1:15 – 2:15 p.m.
Drill to 3.5 Clinic
Firming up the Soft Game
Date: July 26
Time: Drills start at 8:00 a.m. and run for one hour. Open play follows the drill session.
Location: Sawtooth Middle School
Clinic Topic: Firming the Soft Game
Having a good soft game is a critical component of skilled pickleball players.
As you get better and better, you’ll be playing others who play better and better.
Why is it important to work on your soft game?
- A good soft game helps you NOT give your opponent a ball that they can win the point with.
- A good soft game helps you shift the game play. If you are the weaker players, there are places and ways to utilize the soft game so that your opponents are forced to hit to your partner.
- A good soft game is utilized from ALL areas of the court–not just at the kitchen line.
- A good soft game is one of the most effective tools against ‘bangers’.
Come to the drills and learn more about the soft game.
You will be doing drills from three areas of the court, each one showing you how and why to improve your soft game skills.
So if you want to improve your soft game, come on down!!!!
The first Drill to 3.5 Session was held this morning at Sawtooth Middle School in Meridian.
These one-hour sessions are being presented with drills and skills to work on to achieve and competitively play at the 3.5 skill level.
Nearly 40 people participated in the clinic given by Tim Gleason.
Next week’s session will be held at Manitou Park in Boise.
Drills start promptly at 8:00 a.m. and are followed by open play.
Today’s session focused on Serve and Return of Serve.
Participants focused on serving and returning serves deep, learned why it’s important to go deep, and discovered ways to vary their serve.
Download Serve + Return of Serve handout.