2nd Annual West Michigan Champions Pickleball Tournament
Friday, June 12 - Mixed Doubles
If you have not heard of pickleball or seen it played, you’re missing out on one of the fastest growing sports in the United States. Often thought of as a sport for seniors, pickleball is really popular for people who have played tennis, racquetball, table tennis, or handball.
Last year, the 1st Annual DeHoog Open Pickleball Tournament raised over $500 for local pickleball activities. This year we want to shatter that amount; part of the proceeds will also be donated to the Kids Food Basket in Muskegon, a non-profit organization in West Michigan who’s mission is to ensure children in our community do not go to bed hungry.
Food will be available for purchase from Izzy Dogs.
Rules: Latest approved rules by the International Federation of Pickleball. Both partners do not need to be the same age to be partners; however, the older player will have to play in the younger player’s bracket.
Location: Spring Lake Middle School (directions)
Technology: Play will be managed by the Pickleball Tournaments software
Cost: Cost is determined by at checkout; factors include Dri-fit shirt upgrade and whether you purchase raffle tickets in advance.
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