Pickleball Club pictures at Tournament by F.T. Eyre and Village Voice
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For information about pictures see article in the April 4, 2017 HSV Voice
You will find two things different. There will be a definite structure to the play, because everyone will be playing by the same guidelines. Players will move up or down a court depending on the game results. You will also have the opportunity to move up and play with players better than yourself occasionally. That gives each of us the opportunity to improve our game. See the rules for the Friday work-up format.
The appeal of the Garner lawsuit has forced the POA to escrow the increased assessment fees and to not include them in the 2016 budget.
Quote from revised 2016 budget:
The removed infrastructure projects include: Gate Software & Equipment Improvements, Pickleball/Pool Complex, Fuel Stop Renovation, and Balboa irrigation project. These projects and the corresponding long term project financing was moved to 2017. Management recommends a re-evaluation of the budget as soon as the assessment suit is finalized.
The fees for pickleball remain the same as 2015.
POA Pickleball and Club Fees Required
Interested in receiving a skill rating?
The Skill Rating Committee of Hot Springs Village is offering rating sessions to the pickleball players of the HSV Pickleball Club.
The committee members are Jim McPherson, Jane Riffel, and Christie Borne.
Rating Clinics are scheduled for:
Monday October 26
4:30 – 6:30 pm 3.0 – 3.5
Thursday October 29
4:30 – 6:30 pm 2.0 – 2.5
Saturday October 31
11:00 – 1:00 pm 2.5 – 3.0
Thirteen players represented Hot Springs Village Pickleball at the Mid-South Regional Pickleball Tournament in Monroe LA the weekend of May 29-31, bringing home a total of 15 medals. Approximately 230 pickleball enthusiasts from the Mid-South Region, which includes Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas, Mississippi, Oklahoma, and Tennessee, and augmented by contestants from all over the United States, such as California and Florida, played continuously throughout the three-day event in all levels of Men’s and Women’s Doubles, Mixed Doubles, and Singles. Continue reading →