Saturday, March 21, 2020

IN THIS NEWSLETTER:

KEEP READING
QC POA ANNOUNCEMENT
TALK WITH INFECTIOUS DISEASE EXPERT
VIDEOS OF PROS
STAY AT HOME EXERCISES
VALUE OF KNOWING STARTING POSITIONS





KEEP READING - FUN STUFF BELOW





REITERATING
AN
ANNOUNCEMENT 
FROM 
QUAIL CREEK COUNTRY CLUB PROPERTY OWNERS ASSOCIATION
                                      
For the stated reasons, the following amenities will close Thursday, March 19, 2020, until further notice:  

  • Due to the sharing of the ball during play and the difficulty in controlling the social gathering that occurs before and after play, the following sport courts will be closed:
  • Pickleball courts
  • Tennis courts
  • Bocce courts
  • Due to the difficulty in controlling the social gatherings of more than 10 people, all Patios and Outdoor seating at the facilities will be removed.  
  • Due to the difficulty in controlling the social gatherings of more than 10 people, all Pools and Dog Parks will be closed.

Additionally, we are unable to continue to provide restroom facilities to the amenities listed above because of the inability to procure toilet paper and hand sanitizer.





Listen:
PICKLEBALL PRO Mark Renneson 
Talks with an Infectious Disease Expert

On our podcast Pickleball Problems, we talk about all sorts of things with all sorts of people. On this episode of the show, Mark talks with Dr. Anne Matlow about PB safety and Covid-19. Dr. Matlow is an expert in infectious disease control and is a professor at the University of Toronto.

If you're playing pickleball these days or even just considering it, this episode is something you'll want to hear. Click this link to listen




NEW MEMBERS


Pat Colburn
Cathy Stevens
Bob Stevens





PREVENT PB WITHDRAWL
SEE BELOW


WATCH THE PROS 
Videos


The 2017 GVR Fundraiser Exhibition
with Sean Rickard, Joey Farias, Mark Renneson, and Tim Hensley


The 2018 Southwest Regional 5.0+
 match between Kyle Klein & Rob Davidson
 vs. Sean Rickard & Joey Farias




STAY AT HOME EXERCISES
DINK DRILLS

HERE 
VOLLEY DRILLS
ELBOW PAIN



THE VALUE OF 
KNOWING STARTING POSITIONS

The following is from
 pickleballhelp.com
by Prem Carnot
full article HERE

"Knowing the score, or rather, figuring out the score, is made MUCH easier by knowing which side of the court you and your partner each started the game on.
By “side of the court,” I mean, when you are FACING the net, whether you are on the right-hand side of the court or whether you are on the left-hand side of the court, which means your partner’s on your right."
At the beginning of every game, make a point to note which player on each team is starting on the right side of the court.

The beginning serving person for each team starts out serving on the right. So, every time your team’s score is EVEN, that person is on the right side of the court . 
(And, therefore, that every time your team’s score is ODD, the beginning server will be on the LEFT side of the court.) 
NOTE: This is not necessarily who is serving the ball at that time.