If you’re like me, the past few months have been challenging both personally and professionally. The lives of friends, family members, co-workers, and even strangers, changed by fear, sickness, death and the unknown of pandemic of Covid-19. Does it feel like the world literally stood still for weeks?
Run Better Tournaments
Melissa McCurley, President of PickleballTournaments.com and the most experienced tournament director in the world
Last year, PPR and PickleballTournaments.com collaborated to create the first ever Registration and Desk Operations Manager certification.
The online program takes you through 29 lessons that will help you better understand how to manage your player registrations and tournament operations, as well as planning, preparation and running a pickleball tournament.
Coaching Players from Other Sports
When people see pickleball being played for the first time, their first thought is often giant ping-pong or miniature tennis… albeit with a higher decibel level. Although pickleball was invented in 1965, it was almost unheard of until eight to ten years ago when it took off in many retirement communities in places like Florida and southern California. It is now played by millions and is the nation’s fastest growing sport, not just with seniors but with players of all ages and backgrounds.
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