The Boise Pickleball Club’s Annual Meeting will be held on Sunday, August 7, at Manitou Park starting at 4:00 p.m.
Potluck Social, election of officers and Pickleball play are all on the menu!
More information to follow later in July, but please save the date on your calendar!
Drills and Skills are canceled today…. 🙁
According to many of the top pro pickleball players, the BEST way to improve your game is to DRILL, DRILL and then DRILL some more.
Practice makes perfect. All it takes is setting aside at least ten drilling minutes each time you play to work on fine-tuning your game with some skill specific drills. Commit to that and you’ll be pleasantly surprised at how quickly your game will improve.
The Boise Pickleball Club will offer another free Skills + Drills clinic for BPC members on Thursday, May 26 – Manitou Park, starting at 9:00 AM.
These clinics will familiarize experienced players with drills, designed for 2 to 4 players, which can be used to improve pickleball skills.
Bring your paddles. Balls provided. Open play after the clinics.
Boise’s own Dick Johnson scored A GOLD and TWO BRONZE MEDALS as the very first US OPEN!
Dick is now one of the few players who have competed in both the US Open in tennis and the new US Open in pickleball.
GOLD — Men’s Doubles 75+
with Bud McRee
BRONZE — Mixed Doubles 75+
with Gail Brown
BRONZE — Men’s Doubles Level 3.5
with Ted Anderson
Come join other Boise Pickleball Club members in a DRILL SESSION.
During the session, Joel Shaber will teach you ways to improve your game.
Players who incorporate drills into their warm ups and practice routines consistently improve their game.
WHERE: Manitou Park, 2001 South Manitou Avenue, Boise, ID 83706
(East off of Broadway Avenue on W. Chamberlin Street near Garfield Elementary)
Thursday, May 12th and Thursday, May 26th
9:00 am Open play will follow the drill sessions
DON’T MISS THIS GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO LEARN HOW TO PLAY THE FASTEST GROWING SPORT IN THE USA……AND TO IMPROVE YOUR PLAYING SKILLS AS WELL!