Court Schedule

Structured Play Schedule - 2018

Thursday, April 26, 2018

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Monday, February 19, 2018


The Voyager Pickleball Board has decided to add RATED play on Mondays through Fridays, 7am to 10am.  This play will have selected courts for all skill levels.
For those days and times:
Court 12 is for RATED 3.0 players only;
Courts 9 and 10 are for RATED 3.5 players only;
Court 4 is for RATED 4.0+ players only.

This change begins Tuesday, February 20th.
This has been decided due to some players trying to play above their skill level and not sure where they should be playing, and for the reason that at those times RATED players have equal play.

The RATED players list is on the bulletin board by Court 5

For these 5 courts this adds up to only 3 hours/day and 15 hours a week for levels to be playing with equally skilled players.

Sunday, January 21, 2018

January & February
   Pickleball Drills

Drills are provided by the Voyager Pickleball Club as a means to improve player skills.  Join in on (mostly) Thursdays or Fridays each week and you are sure to make advances.  Some drills are set to provide follow-up practice to the Wednesday clinic of the same week, while others offer practice for a variety of skills.  Drills are limited to 8 participants to allow individuals time to practice new skills.  Sign-up sheets will be available the week prior at the bulletin board near Court 6.  Please note the skill level and plan on coming even if you are on the wait list.  NOTE: The schedule may change due to volunteer availability or weather.

January & February Drill Schedule
(Mostly) Thursdays and Fridays
11:00 am – 12:30 pm
Courts 1 & 2
Wear Court Shoes and Bring Your Paddle
Proposed Drills
Jan 25
Dink Drills
Jan 27
Dink Drills
Feb  1
Serve, Receive & Return
Feb 15
Mixed Drills
Feb 18
Serve, Receive & Return
2.5 - 3.0
Feb 22
Net Play Drills

NOTE: 2.5 Mentoring will be provided on Fridays -
(Feb. 2, 9, 16, & 23). Sign-up prior for the entire session.

   Pickleball Clinics
Clinics are provided by the Voyager Pickleball Club to improve player skills.  Some clinics will be open to everyone, while others set for certain skill levels.  There will be a limit of 12 participants to allow individualized attention.  Sign-up at the bulletin board near Court 6.  Please note the skill level and come even if you are on the wait list.

Dinking w/ Purpose                        
Wednesday, January 24th           
11:00am – 12:30pm                    
Instructor: Dave Hart                

Serve, Receive & Return
Wednesday, January 31st
11:00am – 12:30pm

Several opportunities to improve your game with the help of a 5.0 professional trainer will be offered this season.  Clinics will be provided for a variety of skill levels or you can make alternative arrangements for your own group.  Classes are limited to four participants for focused feedback.  The price is a great deal at $40 per person.  Sign-up at the bulletin board near Court 6.  Please note the skill level.

Individualized Evaluation & Improvement
Thursday, January 25th                    
Session 1: 11:00am – 12:30pm    
Session 2: 2:30 – 4:00pm
Level: 3.5+                                        
Instructor: Craig Palermo
Questions: Contact Craig on the courts, at 11-242, or call 541-707-0380

For all lessons/Clinics and Drills - Meet at Courts 1 & 2, 
Wear Court Shoes and Bring Your Paddle

Saturday, November 25, 2017

ID Name Tags – Emergency
We have had several medical emergencies on the pickleball courts.  After contacting the needed emergency agencies someone should contact the Voyager Front Gate personnel (520-574-5400) and Voyager Security (520-574-5105) to alert them that emergency vehicles will be needed at the pickleball court.
Placing ID and emergency contact information on the outside of our pickleball bags will help others to contact family to notify them of the emergency situation. 
If you have an old Voyager laminated ID badge, you can put a label on the back with your emergency phone number and then hang that off your pickleball bag.
Another way is to use  to print out and laminate your own medical emergency ID.

If you do carry your phone in your pickleball bag, an easy method for others to contact family by phone is to list that person and their phone number under a contact name of ICE (In Case of Emergency). 

Be Safe….. Thank You      

Saturday, October 21, 2017


Please note: We are seeking a qualified Vice President and a Player Improvement Coordinator

Friday, October 20, 2017

Voyager Pickleball Board Meeting Agenda


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