Our first FREE lesson for BPC members will be held Thursday, May 28 at 9:00 a.m. at Helen B Lowder Park located at 3450 Law Ave, Boise, ID 83706.
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This will be the first of many lessons to be offered for the members of the BPC. We expect to run our lessons into the summer and with the availability of instructors we will be giving lessons each week. So come out to the lessons and learn a little more about our fun game.
Jerry and Lynette Singman are visiting friends and family on the East Coast.
Their first stop?
The Villages in Florida, a well-known pickleball mecca…
Jerry reports that they have, indeed, played a bit of pickleball while at The Villages on one of their 100+ courst!
BPC member Kathy Getto is wintering in the Phoenix area, and she’s had the opportunity to play in a few tournaments with her sister Carol Amos.
Carol lives in Fallon, Nevada, and is her area’s USAPA ambassador.
Both share a love of the game and relish any opportunity to play. Here are their reasons to play in a tournament:
- Playing in tournaments allows you to test your skills against others–either near the same age or in the same skill level.
- It also offers you the opportunity to meet new people who are also passionate for the game.
- While only a few actually win medals at tournaments, EVERYONE has a good time! 🙂
A divisional tournament, all skill levels, was held on February 17th at the YMCA Public Courts “Homecourt” in Meridian.
Fifty-one players from Boise Area Pickleball Association and Boise Pickleball Club participated. It was a good experience for future tournament directors and players.
Pickleball fun was had by all.
All pickleball players are encouraged to take a leadership role in the monthly tournaments to gain experience with directing tournaments.
All players are encouraged to play each month as well to meet new players, get experience in tournament play and to just have a good time .
Carson Spencer began playing pickleball in 2003 in St. George, Utah, with well-known pickler Don Odel.
Over the years, he has played and medaled in several tournaments including the Senior Games Idaho and Utah, The Huntsman, and Nationals Tournaments in Buckeye.
Carson is most proud of the fact that he has “planted” pickleball in McCall, Donnelly, Cascade, Boise and Meridian.
Carson is currently developing pickleball only courts at Hobble Creek Park in Boise.
In the spring and summer, you’ll find Carson playing and teaching the game of pickleball in Cascade, Donnelly and Boise. Many have started their pickleball careers under his instruction, and his enthusiasm for the game is contagious!