- Expand capacity and quality of playing venues.
- Provide opportunities for skill development.
- Grow the club.
• 176 players
• 110 teams – 35 Men’s, 24 Women’s, 51 Mixed
• 23 Brackets
Survey results gathered over the winter indicated a strong interest in league play for club members. We’re happy to announce the first Southwest Metro Pickleball Club Ladder League! Registration is now open for play beginning the week of July 24th.
The league will be administered by Tracy McKibben, and will follow the same model used in two previous leagues. That model offers flexible play locations, dates, and times, and groups players with others of similar skill level.
League play is free for club members – click here to register!
The July 4th holiday weekend is here, and we’re just THREE DAYS from the July 4th tournament in Eden Prairie. Can’t be there? No problem!
We’ll be broadcasting live throughout the day via Facebook Live! Follow us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/swmetropickleballclub/ and tune in on Tuesday for opening ceremonies, candid interviews with volunteers, spectators, and competitors, and live streaming of tournament matches.
Our Eden Prairie Schooner Days Pickleball Rodeo event forged a successful Partnership with 79 participants thanks to the efforts of the Eden Prairie Lion’s Club, SWMPBC, and the City of Eden Prairie. The Goal of adding a non-tournament Pickleball event to the long-standing Eden Prairie Schooner Days schedule was accomplished, and very favorable feedback was provided by Attendees and Volunteers to both the Eden Prairie Lions Club, SWMPBC and the City of Eden Prairie. And it was decided to add the Pickleball Rodeo to next year’s Schooner Days activities!
With a brand new surface and pretty blue pickleball lines, they are ready to play! Start the dinkin’!
Great turnouts for the recent grand opening ceremonies at Roundhouse Park in Chanhassen and at Washington Park in Richfield. The courts are officially open for play!