Where to play pickleball in Sacramento? Heman Lee created the first public Pickleball court in Sacramento, Capital city pickleball in the greenhaven pocket area
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Remembering Philip Chia
It is with my deepest regret and profound sadness to inform you of the sudden passing of one our fellow Pickleball player, Philip Chia. Philip unexpectedly suffered a stroke while traveling abroad in China, one of many trips he enjoyed with his wife during his retirement year. As a Pickleball player at SASF, Philip was a joy to play with because he always had a positive attitude and his enthusiasm was infectious. We will miss him dearly.
…please stay tuned for memorial arrangements
ACC Members at Lewis Park Re-opening with Mayor
Sacramento mayor, Darell Steinberg along with vice mayor, Rick Jennings attended Lewis Park re-opening. The 2 tennis court was totally renovated and stripping for Pickleball was also added. ACC members were able to play a game of Pickleball with both the mayor and vice mayor.
Wednesday & Friday 8:30 am – 11:30 am
Last drop-in November 10th
Closed for the Winter til March 2018
Location: 7334 Park City Drive, Sacramento CA 95831
SASF has hosted many clinics with 10 time Huntsman World Senior Games Medalist, Doug Koch.
Contact: Evan Kanenaga at 916 949-5593 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Schedule for Open Play
Monday, Tues, Thur, Fri @ 9:00am – 12:00 noon. Time and date subject to change, so please check our calendar:
Contact Evan Kanenaga at 916 949-5593 or email email@example.com
9040 High Tech Ct, Elk Grove, CA (map)
Pickleball Fundamentals Lesson
Learn basic stroke such as dinking, court position and serves. Clinic includes drills and open play time. On the 2nd clinic we will learn Volley and the Return of Serve.
Register now for the next clinic:
Include 1 hour of instruction and critique and FREE open play afterwards.
Location: ACC Senior Services, 7334 Park City Drive, Sacramento, CA 95831
New Pickleball players; please check in first at the main entrance welcome center.
If you plan to come more than once you need pre-pay any amount and get a FREE keytag. This will automate the Pickleball drop-in check in process. The next time you come, just scan you card at the checkin computer.
Update: Monica Stark, April 2, 2015, A Sport for all comes to Pocket, Pocket News, p17.
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