SESSIONS DEFINED

Open Play – Everyone is welcome.

Recreational Drop-in – This social and fun style of play is great for players new to the game.

Mens’ and Ladies’ Ladder – Registration is required on Sign-up Genius. Players play a round-robin game format on one court. Winners then move up and lowest scores move down.  Play tends to be of a competitive nature.

Round Robin – Players are given a number and rotate each game to play someone new, based on the number of courts and participants for the session. Host will set up rotation depending on the groups’ skill levels and attendance.

Drills and Skills – This is an opportunity to work on technique and game strategy through drills with a club mentor for a full hour. A great way to improve your game.

Designated Play – These sessions have eligibility criteria for play on specific courts. A VPA Club rating, or a USAPA/Pickleball Canada (PCO) tournament rating is required. This is a chance to play with like-skilled players to improve your game and strategic play. VPA Designated Play sessions are defined as 2.0, 2.5, 3.0, and 3.5+ at this time.

  • 3.0 = A VPA Club or USAPA/PCO rating 3.0 skills level
  • 3.5+ = a VPA Club or USAPA/PCO rating of 3.5 skills level or higher is required

Wild Card – Live on the wild side. You never know what you are going to get. The hosts determine the play format based on the groups’ skill levels and attendance numbers.

Partner Play – Simply partner up with a friend or loved one and play as a pair. Hosts will determine the format for play rotation depending on the groups’ skill levels and attendance.