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Pickelball teams meet Wednesdays at 1PM.  Please Contact Carol @  386-677-3466 for information.
Combine tennis, badminton and ping pong and you get one of the fastest growing sports for folks over 50 and one that is quickly becoming a favorite family sport.  The Ormond Lakes Tennis Courts have been lined off and set up for pickleball players.  Anyone interested in playing Pickleball can contact Carol at 386-677-3466.

Pickle Ball started in Seattle, Washington during the 1960's.  The Creator of the game named it after his dog, Pickles.
"Pickleball is an outdoor sport combining different rules of ping-pong, tennis, and badminton, using paddles similar to ping-pong. It is played on a badminton-sized net court with tennis-like rules. Pickleball uses a wood paddle and a perforated plastic baseball ball with holes. This game can be played on any hard surface, and has been for over 40 years.
The game is played with a net 36 inches (91 cm) tall on the edges and 34 inches (86 cm) tall at the center. A serve is made from behind either baseline. Serves are made below the waist and with an underhand stroke. The pickleball player on the right serves first, and both players on one team serve before yielding service to the other teams. Games are played up to 11 points, and sides are switched with every point.
Points are earned, as in tennis, when the ball is hit out of bounds, or when the other team fails to return a volley. The ball must bounce before returned on the serve, and also must bounce before the second return. There is a seven-foot no volley zone on either side of the net, within which a player cannot stand to volley, or land after their volley. " (exerpt from WiseGeek.com)