Referee Training SessionLenny Friedman, USAPA Ambassador, will be offering a referee training session on September 9th from 1:00-3:30 in the Conference Room at the Kino Center. If interested, please click here to reserve a spot.
Take the referee training and improve your pickleball play by expanding your knowledge of the game. A referee's primary responsibilities are to watch for foot faults on the serve and non-volley lines, to keep track of the score, and to keep a constant pace of the game. Being engaged in the flow of play will help you improve your own play.
Taking the referee training does not obligate you to referee in any of the upcoming tournaments at Quail Creek, but your volunteering is appreciated by those running and playing in tournaments. Referee's aide in providing standardized good play for all.
Good referees are always appreciated. Please join us.
Quail Creek-Saddlebrook Ranch Invitational
Save the date. Saddlebrook Ranch has invited Quail Creek to an inter-community tournament on October 25. There will be 3-4 teams of men's, women's, and mixed doubles at the 2.5, 3.0, and 3.5 levels. They are still working on details of the format, so more information and sign-up opportunities will follow when details have been set.
Round Robins on Wednesdays
Round Robins will continue on Wednesday mornings. Sign-in between 6:45 - 6:55, and be ready to play at 7 AM. If the numbers permit, there will be separate Round Robins for men and women; otherwise, these will be combined.
Blind Date Tournament
On November 11-12, Quail Creek will host a Blind Date Tournament to benefit the Green Valley Food Bank and Friends In Deed. Your date (partner) for this tournament will be randomly chosen from players from Green Valley. There will be Women's, Men's, and Mixed Doubles at the 2.5, 3.0, 3.5 and 4.0 levels. Information, registration forms, and waivers can be found on our website (www.qcpickleball.org) on the right side under Tournaments. Click here to go there directly.