SKILL LEVELS + AGES
Is this open to all skill levels? All Ages?
Yes, everyone from newbies to pros are welcome and encouraged to come. Players must be at least 12 years old to participate.
What if I don’t know my skill level?
You can self-rate by looking at the various skill levels listed on the USAPA’s Web site.
Do I have to play with only others in my skill level?
No, players may play at any skill level they wish. But experience has shown us that most players get the most enjoyment playing with others near their own skill level.
How will you have courts divided between skill levels?
We will have 24 courts available for play and will assign courts either by skill levels or a range of skill levels based on registrations. For example, if we have a high number of 4.0 players, there will be more 4.0 courts.
PLAY + PLAYING TIME
Do I have to play ALL the time?
No. Players are free to come and go as they wish. Players often take breaks and go visit many of the fantastic things to do and see in the area.
What score do we play to?
All games will be to 11, win by one.
How long will I have to wait to play between games?
We’ve limited registrations to 250 players. With 24 courts, 96 players can play at one time. We anticipate most games will take an average of 20 minutes. Once you rotate off, you should not have to wait much more than 20 minutes for your next game even during peak occupancy.
Can others come and watch?
Yes, Eagle Tennis Club has a raised mezzanine with seating so that others can watch the players.
Are there showers at the venue?
Yes, there are showers available at Eagle Tennis Club.
Will there be drinks, snacks, and spirits, available?
Yes, the Eagle Tennis Club has a small club house with drinks, snacks, and spirits available for purchase.
PLACES TO EAT + STAY
Are there places to eat close by?
Yes, there are about two dozen restaurants within a two mile radius of the Eagle Tennis Club.
Are there places to stay close by?
Yes, the Hilton Garden Inn Boise/Eagle is a 1.5 mile walk away via the Boise Greenbelt.
Can I stay with a local player?
Yes, we are working with Pickleball Guest Houses to help visitors stay with a local player. More information on that will be coming by the end of January.
What happens if I register but can’t come?
Cancellations for registered players must be submitted by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. View our Cancellation Policy for specific information.