Times and Cost:

Last Saturdays of the Month – 9:30 am – 11:30 am
3.0+ players welcome which means you are familiar with the rules of pickleball and can often play a rally of more than 10 shots long. For more information on skill ratings, check out our webpage HERE.
Based on skill level and number of players, players may be grouped together to form two different round robins on the same morning for
  • 3.0-3.5 skill
  • 4.0 and higher skill levels

You need to register 24 hours in advance by clicking on blue button below. It’s possible late entrants will be allowed to play, but please do not count on it and register in advance. Thanks!

Click on this button here to play in Round Robin
Note: there are times when the dates will change due to other events at the tennis center. Please check the online calendar.
The correct dates will also be listed on the sign up form.
The cost to play is $6 which includes the warm up time.
Warm up time starts at 9:00 am. Please arrive by 9:15 am to play.
Please come prepared to be in cash, or check, at the office window before entering the center to play.

Round-Robin Challenge is a fun, competitive format where everybody will play one game with and against somebody different for each round. Pictures will be taken of the top 3 competitors and posted on our website!

The format of the play is as follows:

  • Each game will be played to 11, win by 1.

  • There is a max of 15 minutes per round.

  • We will play 6-7 rounds depending on the number of players.

  • The Round Robin will take place within two hours.

  • If there is a tie, there will be a head to head competition where the two leaders will partner with 3rd and 4th place players to determine the winner.

Please arrive up to 30 minutes prior to the start of the Round Robin in order to warm up. There is NO WARM UP once Round Robin begins as it is a timed event. When you arrive you will sign in and get a number. That number remains yours throughout the session and dictates which court you play on, with whom you are playing as a partner, and against which opponents. The first numbers listed will be the team that serves first. The serve side is by the tennis nets. The court numbers will be posted.

At the end of each round, you will record your score on a sheet. The cumulative number of points you score in each round will be totaled to determine the winner. The winner gets bragging rights!

We recommend you bring a towel and lots of water to drink. This is a vigorous activity and your only breaks will be between rounds IF others are still playing. Sometimes that means you will have 5 or more minutes to rest, other times it means you will have just a minute or so.