Seniors – learn to play pickle ball this fall

by beth on September 19, 2017

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Above: Seniors are encouraged to join in one of the fastest growing exercise social outlets for their demographic – pickle ball. (image posted to flickr by Ron B)

Southborough residents aged 60+ are invited to come out and play pickle ball this fall.

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The free sessions are geared to beginners. Weather permitting, they take place afternoons from 4:30 – 6:30 on Thursdays through October 26th. (The fun started last week, but I just learned about it today.)

Drop-in is allowed, but participation is limited, so pre-registered participants will be given priority. And with limited paddles available, players are asked to bring their own. 

Play is scheduled to take place at the Richardson Courts at Neary School.

To register, click here.

Here is the program description:

One of the fastest growing exercise social outlet for the 60 and over. A sport that combines elements of badminton, tennis, and table tennis. Pickle Ball is a paddle sport for all athletics ability levels. You will learn rule scoring, court positioning, basic strategies. This program is recommended for non-racquet players new to the game and people who have played request sports in the past but want to learn the game of Pickle Ball. FREE for Southborough residents age 60 and over. Limited paddles available. Players bring your own paddles.

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