The club has reached our limit of 675 members and we have officially capped memberships for 2020. Thanks to everyone who joined and renewed this year. Non-members may still play during club hours by paying our daily drop-in fee of $5 (please pay at the Bistro or locate an officer). To secure a spot on the wait list for 2021, please click here. Waitlisters will have the opportunity to join 2/1/2021 after existing members have had a chance to renew.
Our Pickleball 101 sessions have been a HUGE success!
On the first Saturday of the month at 8:00am on courts 5 and 6, the public is welcome to join us for a FREE beginner clinic. Learn how to play the fastest growing sport in America! Our resident teaching pros and experienced players will be on hand to help you learn the ropes. You'll be playing your first real games in no time.
We will provide paddles and balls. Wear comfortable court shoes and bring water.
Register on PlayTime Scheduler or text Amy at 916.474.0831 to register. Space is limited.
Sunrise Pickleball Club has partnered with some fantastic local instructors in order to provide lessons to members. You will find them on Court 6 during designated days/times.
Instructors are donating 10% of their proceeds back to the club, and volunteering to teach the club's free Pickleball 101 clinics.
|To book a lesson with Doug Covert, please text 916-690-7080.
Doug typically teaches Tuesday evenings and Thursday mornings.
|To book a lesson with Mo & Reine (Positive Dinking) please visit their website.
Positive Dinking typically teaches on Wednesday evenings.
|To book a lesson with Brian Newman, please text 916-812-4743.
Brian typically teaches Tuesday and Wednesday mornings, and Friday evenings.
|To book a lesson with Ian Dickson, please email Ian4pickleball@gmail.com or call/text (916) 712-4337
Ian is available to teach at various times, please contact him to schedule.
Ladders leagues are organized leagues in which players with relatively similar skills compete against each other in a competitive, structured and, typically, weekly format. Think of a pickleball “ladder” as a graphical representation of a player’s ranking (by skill and performance) over a period of time (10 weeks, for example). The rungs on the ladder represent a player’s current position (ranking) on the ladder relative to the other players — with the top rung of the ladder being the individual or team currently ranked the highest (the best winning percentage) and the bottom rung being the lowest- ranked individual or team.
Times for the Ladders are as follows:
Monday Morning - 9:00am and 10:30am
Thursday Evening - 5:30pm and 7:00pm
Friday Evening - 5:30pm and 7:00pm
When emailing your ladder captain please include the following information:
Rating: Either 2.5, 3.0, 3.5, 4.0, 4.5, 5.0
PLEASE THANK YOUR LADDER CAPTAINS; THEY SPEND COUNTLESS HOURS ORGANIZING LADDER FOR OUR CLUB.
WE APPRECIATE YOU!!!!