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4 weeks 2 days ago #175 by Maria Metcalf
My partner and I really want to learn how to play and join a league locally. Where do we begin? Where can we learn to play near us??

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3 weeks 4 days ago #176 by Jennifer Baum
Same here. I've registered on this site and playpickleball.com and I'm not finding it easy to just join a league.
I'm in Alpharetta and was looking to play at North Park or Wills Park.

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2 weeks 4 days ago #181 by oliver brown
I recently learn how to play and join a league locally by Pickleball Guide may this will help you.

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1 week 5 days ago - 1 week 5 days ago #182 by Jhon Wells
I will share with you a a step-by-step list on how to learn pickleball:

Before that if you haven't choose your Pickleball paddle

Understand the basic rules and scoring: Familiarize yourself with the basic rules of the game, including the scoring system and how to serve.

Learn the proper grip: Hold the paddle with a comfortable grip that will allow you to make good shots.

Practice your footwork: Good footwork is essential in pickleball, as it allows you to move quickly and get to the ball. Practice moving forward, backward, and side to side.

Learn the different types of shots: Practice the different types of shots in pickleball, including the forehand, backhand, dink, and volleys.

Learn the different strategies: Understand the different strategies in pickleball, such as playing the ball to different areas of the court, and how to read your opponents' shots.

Play with different partners: Practice with different partners to get used to different playing styles and to learn how to adapt to different situations.

Watch professional players: Watch professional players and study their techniques, strategies, and footwork.

Take a class or lesson: Take a class or lesson with a certified instructor to get professional guidance and feedback on your skills.

Participate in tournaments and matches: Participate in tournaments and matches to put your skills to the test and to gain experience playing against different opponents.

Keep practicing: Keep practicing and trying new things to continue improving your skills and becoming a better player.

As always, it's important to remember that learning a new sport takes time and practice, so don't get discouraged if you don't get the hang of it right away. With time and dedication, you'll be able to improve your skills and enjoy the game.
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