Brigantine Loves Pickleball. Click thru to watch video demonstration.
The Winter Indoor Pickleball Program begins Tuesday, Feb. 10. It will meet every Tuesday and Thursday 6–7:30 p.m. It’s an eight-week program with 16 classes.
Pickleball is the fastest growing sport from California to Florida. Can Brigantine can become a Mecca for pickleball? Pricing is $80 for the full session, twice a week, and $40 for one day per week. Walk-ins will be charged $10 a session. Equipment and instruction will be available.
Contact Lee Mendell at 609-576-8928 or the CER Office at 609-264-7350.
Pickleball is fun to play and easy to learn. Residents and visitors may participate.
Pickleball, invented in 1965, incorporates aspects of tennis, badminton, and Wiffleball. All ages can play this very enjoyable game in groups of two or four players.
(Oh, and in case you’re wondering, the game is named after a cocker spaniel, Pickles, who loved to chase stray balls and hide them in the bushes.)
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2 thoughts on “Pickleball on Brigantine Beach”
I have been playing pickleball for about 2 years. Great fun, now I will have a place to play rather than driving to Ocean City.
Are there any spring/summer 2015 pickleball leagues or tournaments in Brigantine?