ONE OF THE BEST PLACES TO PLAY PBALL
For this unique and fun Pickleball Play Day, players will have a dedicated skill court to play on. By doing this, this ensures consistent, equal and fair play for all who attend. The play day features Beginner, Novice, Intermediate, and Advanced courts. Ratings are required to play on the Intermediate and Advance courts. If you are a beginner or don't have a rating please read below for additional information.
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THE PLACE FOR PICKLEBALL
Members of Wildflower
Members, in order to ensure play for this play day, it is best to sign up via the CLUB LIFE app. By doing this, others can see that players are participating and will sign up as well.
Non Members of Wildflower
If you would like to join this day, you must call ahead and request a guest pass for this event. To get instant and full access to all programming a membership at Wildflower is required.
Guest Pass | Call our Racquet Sports Director Jeff Contreras at 254-493-0217.
Membership Information | Click Here
HOW THIS WORKS
When you come to play on this play day, simply play on the court that fits your rating. Pease read the Rules and Policy section of this play day to better understand the format.
Wildflower currently accepts the following ratings.
DUPR ( Dynamic Universal Pickleball Rating )
WPR ( World Pickleball Rating )
UTPR ( Universal Tournament Pickleball Rating )
Players may choose the highest rating of the 3 and play up to that rating.
If you do not have a rating or have questions about ratings please call our Racquet Sports Director - Jeff Contreras at 254-493-0217
COURT SET UP
Pickleball Court 1 - Beginner 2.0-2.9
Pickleball Court 2 - Novice 3.0-3.4
Pickleball Court 3 - Intermediate 3.5-3.9
Pickleball Court 4 - Advanced 4.0-4.9
RULES & POLICY
1. Players with a higher rating may choose to play down if they choose to. If you have a 3.5 rating, this does not mean that you have to always play on a 3.5 court. You may play on courts below your rating if you choose.
2. In the event there are players needed to play on a higher level court, players with a lower rating may be invited to come and play.
If John is a 3.5 player, he may not paddle stack on a 4.0 court if there are already at least 4 people playing. There will be times where higher level courts will need players in order to have a game. In these cases, lower rated players can be invited to play on a court that is a higher rated level.