Pickleball is a fun sport enjoyed by millions of people worldwide.
A cross between tennis, badminton and table tennis (or ping pong), Pickleball is played on a badminton doubles-sized court using paddles and a hollow, plastic ball with holes in it. (Also known as a wiffle ball). The net is slightly lower than a tennis net.
The rules, equipment and court size are specifically designed to create a fast, fun and more rallying game. Pickleball is ideally suited to those who may be finding the tennis court a bit too big or the badminton shuttle a little too high, to those recovering from injuries, and as a family game where those of different ages, heights and abilities can all play happily together. Easy to learn, but difficult to master, and very addictive.
Tuesday 19 March, 11:00am to 1:00pm
Restrictions: All Ages
Waipukurau Memorial Hall, Waipukurau, Central Hawke's Bay
Cnr River Terrace & Herbert St, Waipukurau, Central Hawke's Bay
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