PACKED FULL OF INFORMATION FOR YOU!
MORE DETAILS BELOW ABOUT:
THE CLUB'S NEW LEAD INSTRUCTOR
GAME CALLED THE SQUEEZE
MEMBER MEETING INFORMATION LINK
WEEKLY ROUND ROBINS
REMINDER, ASSISTED PLAY
OPEN PLAY TUESDAY NOV. 16TH
CHALLENGE COURT OPEN PLAY
SAVE THE DATE "ELF ON A SHELF"
ST. JUDE'S FUNDRAISING EVENTS
JEANINE VAN HOORN
NADINE MORTON MIKE MORTON
PAT URSTADT DERRYL URSTADT
JOHN AABERG DELAYNE AABERG
ED RYER GAIL RYER
NEW GAME CALLED THE SQUEEZE
PLEASE MAKE ROOM
BY CARPOOL, GOLF CART, BICYCLE
When parking golf carts
park side by side and
😁LET'S DO THE SQUEEZE!😁
In Case You Missed It...
Weekly Club Round Robins Are Back!
Back in the good old days before the pandemic (remember then?), there were Club round robins every Wednesday morning. These were open to members of all skill levels and very well attended. The round robin format ensured that members played with and against different members in every round. They were so much fun!
Wednesday, November 17th
To participate, you must check-in with Joyce Butler or Karen Morse at the courts between 7:30 AM and 7:50 AM (no Sign-up Genius). Late arrivals cannot be accommodated. These round robins are limited to the first 38 members to check-in (first come, first served). All participants should plan to play for the full two hours. Club Round Robins will take the place of Wednesday Open Play on courts 5-12.
ASSISTED PLAY AVAILABLE
BEGINNERS PLAY UNDER WATCH OF EXPERIENCED PLAY
TO HELP AND GIVE TIPS
The “Open Play Challenge Court”
What is the Open Play Challenge Court?
This is where to go if you want to test your skills by “playing up.” You and a partner will play other competitive players, including some of QC’s most skilled players. The Challenge Court is open to all Members. You do not need a rating, and you do not need to be an advanced player. This is not intended to be a slam-fest. Win or lose, it’s more about elevating your game and playing smart!
Many other pickleball clubs have challenge courts, and they are often very popular. Let’s try it here! Club Member Craig MacDonald will be there to answer questions and get this started.
When is it and where?
Every Thursday during Prime Time beginning on November 18th. Court 6 is the Open Play Challenge Court.
How does it work?
- Put your paddle in the paddle saddle mounted on the fence near the Challenge Court. If possible, do so with your favorite partner.
- When the previous game finishes, the winners stay for another game and the next two challengers enter to play.
- If there are four or more paddles in the paddle saddle, then a winning team is limited to two consecutive games. The first four challengers would play the next game. (This ensures a steady turnover of teams on the Challenge Court.)
- Teams coming off the Challenge Court can put their paddles back in the “challenge” paddle saddle or the regular Open Play paddle saddle, depending on where they want to play their next game.
Give the Open Play Challenge Court a try or come watch!
PICKLEBALL SOCIAL ROUND ROBIN
“ELF ON A SHELF “
SAVE THE DATE
10AM - 1PM
It’s official! Round robin socials are back! Long-time members will remember the fun and camaraderie and new members – get ready to have a great time.
Your social committee is busy planning the menu, decorations and prizes galore!
With hygiene safety in mind, all snacks will be pre-packaged and chips will be pre-bagged.
Members will be able to sign up to play along with a dish to share on December 4 at 11:00 AM. You will receive the newsletter with a link – it’s very easy. There will be 64 players so be sure to sign up early. Registration will begin at 9:00 AM on December 18 and will end at 9:45 so don’t be late. If you sign up for the round robin, you are obligated to play all 6 games. Each game lasts 15 minutes and we will let you know when 5 minutes and then 2 minutes remain.
You may want to get in the spirit and dress for the season.
The parking lot will be full so we suggest you carpool, drive your golf cart, or ride your bike.
Quail Creek Pickleball Club
ANNUAL PICKLEBALL RODEO
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