Pickleball is fun and easy to learn. Come join us and start playing the fastest growing recreational sport in the US!
Tupelo Pickleball made contributions of over $4,000 this past year. Who knew our pickleball community could also reach out and assist others? The support and play of local pickleballers assisted these local community organizations and their missions:Alzheimer’s Association, Beds for KIds, Church After School Association, East Heights Baptist Church, and First Baptist Church of Tupelo.We look forward to doing more in 2023!
Elections are coming! If a member, you will be receiving an email regarding the pending election of two officers to the Tupelo Pickle board of directors. All members are urged to vote. Two officers are to be elected. The current board consists of five members: Andy Burleson, President Glenn Ross, Vice President Marty Herman, Secretary Grayson Robbins, Treasurer Dexter Davis, At Large Marty and Grayson’s seats are up for election. […]
2022 Tupelo Pickleball Championships
The best 2 teams of each flight will then compete in single Elimination to determine the medal winners. Matches will be best 2/3 games to 11, win by 2. The Single Elimination games will be 1 game to 15, win by 2. The ball for the tournament will be an outdoor Penn pickleball. We reserve the option to change the format, dependent on the number of competitors. Starting: September 17, […]
Oxford Chill In Challenge
Pickleball Tournament will be a Round Robin bracket tournament with Open Dinking Doubles, (Men’s, Women’s, and Mixed Doubles). It will be held in the Oxford Activity Centers located at 400 Price street August 26-28. The Oxford Activity Centers have twelve indoor Pickleball courts with rubberized floor, great for putting spin on the ball. We will be playing with the PENN 40 outdoor ball. Ages: 15 and older Dates and Times: […]
Mill Village Guidelines
There has been a wonderful increase in players at Mill Village. Similar questions often arise from new players, so here are some guidelines to help keep things orderly and play going smoothly: 1) Nets Nets at Mill Village are kept along with balls and paddles in the lockable storage chest. This equipment is accessible for all Tupelo Area Pickleball members. If you need the combination, please contact a Board member. […]