Saturday, June 13, 2020

    COVID-19/POA/QCPC & You

    Many QCPC members have commented to Board members
    on recent changes to the rules governing 
    pickleball play in Quail Creek.  
    Some Club members are happy with the loosening of restrictions; some are not. 
     Please keep in mind that the pickleball rules
     put in place during the pandemic
     (and the changes made to them)
     are the product of evolving Arizona executive actions
     and POA policies 
    regarding the opening and use of QC amenities. 

     QCPC is not the controlling entity

    Changes to the pickleball rules have loosened some restrictions.

      However, these should not be taken as signs that the serious risks of COVID-19 infection have passed.  

    QCPC is neither recommending nor requiring that Club members take fewer precautions.  

    Please keep the following in mind:

    1. The numbers of COVID-19 infections and hospitalizations in Arizona have sharply increased in the past two weeks.  The QCPC urges Club members to be cautious about increasing potential exposures through round robins and reserving courts for more than four players. 
    2. Social distancing requirements remain in effect for all players (entering, departing, watching, waiting, etc.) 
    3. By opening the restrooms, turning on the ice machine, and incrementally loosening restrictions for play at the QC courts, the POA has placed greater responsibility on QC residents to follow health guidelines and protect the health of other pickleball facility users. 
    4. As the POA has made clear to us, QC residents use the QC pickleball facility at their own risk

Do you have a Pickleball Rating
 or has Yours Been Updated?

QCPC provides a list of Members that have an IPTPA/USAPA rating!

If you have a rating through one of these organizations
 and are not on the list, please let us know at  
The list is located at the top of our website
 under the "Member Ratings" tab.  
The password is the same as the "Membership List".
(if you don't remember that password, email us at above address)


Pickleball has had a 650 percent increase
 in numbers over the last six years,
 according to USA Pickleball Association (USAPA).

The "dink" is one of the most
delineating features of pickleball.