“We encourage everyone to do their part to slow the spread of the coronavirus, follow the directions of your state and local authorities, avoid social gatherings, and if possible, stay home and away from people. Soon enough we will be back to playing pickleball regularly.” Update March 19, 2020 (1:00 pm PT)
The TMPC Board of Directors voted during the March meeting to allow members the additional option to online vote this June to fill upcoming vacancies on the board. Previously, members were required to attend the annual membership meeting to vote on paper ballots. The manner of voting will be determined soon, but please know that votes will be kept confidential!
Members in active standing will be able to vote in person at the meeting or online prior to the meeting. (Updated 3/3/2020.)
To see who is currently running for the four vacancies that will open up July 1, 2020, please visit our Board Info page.
And thank you to past board member, Paula Cobb, for suggesting this needed change!
You already know it, you need to stretch. It’s the key to being ready the moment you step on the courts and is essential for staying on the courts. Become a Pickleball Yogi and enhance your body and your game with the perfect complements for rolling and yoga.
All City of Reno Parks and Recreation facilities are closed. All Parks & Recreation programming is canceled through April 5, 2020. Please pay attention to our COVID-19 web page, our social media, emails and other credible sources of news for the most recent updates and information.
The Annual Membership meeting with board of director elections will be held June 12th. Four new board of directors will be elected by members to serve with the remaining five board members who will be continuing into next year to complete their two year terms.
In preparation for the board of director elections and in accordance to TMPC By Laws, a nominating committee is being formed to recruit members to be board member candidates.
If you would like to be on the nominating committee and/or be a board member candidate please contact any board member or email the club here: Email: TruckeeMeadowsPickleballClub
Picklepong Deb Harrison brings you – “Di’s Deadly Drops”. Di Bock shows Deb her sharp angle shots off high crosscourt balls from both forehand and backhand. Her goal is to redirect balls at sharp crosscourt angle and make ball bounce twice in NVZ. When correct ball is chosen and executed well it is almost impossible to get the ball back. This is Di’s version of the Nasty Nancy #1. As with any shot, drill and practice are essential for success.
How to put away shots with a pickleball punch volley
From Pickleball Kitchen – Putting away a winner in pickleball is one of the most exciting aspects of the game. It feels so good! But many players make some common mistakes when it comes to put away shots or punch volleys. In this video, I talk to you about one of these put away shots, the punch volley. I will teach you how to do it, and what to look out for!
Please click on the link above to be take to the Carson Valley Area Chapter page for all the information and link to the registration page in PickleballBrackets.com .
Great play, great cause and great fun!
This is a fundraising event. Carson City Parks and Recreation Department has generously donated the use of the facility. All proceeds will go to the Foundation for Carson City Parks and Recreation (FCCPR) Mills Park Pickleball Court Project. See courts *before* picture below.
5 Most Common Pickleball Return Mistakes & How To Fix Them
From PrimeTime Pickleball – Are your pickleball returns weak at times? If so, you could be making one of these 5 common mistakes. Learn what they are and how to fix them…
Hitting a good return is crucial and will be a huge determining factor in winning or losing the point. In order to get back on serve as quickly and possible you must hit strong returns in order to get up to the NVZ line first and gain control of the point. In this video we break down the top 5 most common mistakes we see when players are returning.
A handful of spots remain. Now open to members AND non-members. A great time ahead for sure!
Calling all 3.0s! Truckee Meadows Pickleball Club Presents: 3.0 Round Robin * Individual Registration * *Lunch, Prizes, Friendly Competition! Limited to the first 36 registrants* (Proceeds will go to Mira Loma Courts Project.)