Pickleball continues to grow in popularity and more people of all ages are learning how to play the game. Like the game of tennis, pickleball has fault rules. Here’s an explanation of how faults work in pickleball.
Pickleball continues to grow in popularity and more people of all ages are learning how to play the game. One component of the game that players need to know about is the non-volley zone. Here’s an explanation of where the non-volley zone is located on the court and what players are allowed to do in…
Pickleball continues to grow in popularity and more people of all ages are learning how to play the game. Here’s a review of how the serving sequence works.
More people of all ages are giving the game of pickleball a try. One of the fundamental rules in this racquet sport is the two-bounce rule. Here’s an overview on how the rule works.
Pickleball is growing in popularity at a fast clip. More people of all ages are learning the game. Here is what new players need to know about how to serve properly.
Syngenta Golf’s new feature takes a deep dive into golf, sustainability and climate resilience to look at solutions and case studies globally, including: Drought-resistant grass being used on golf courses; Water conservation, diversion and filtration; Community action to combat rising sea levels; and The measurement of carbon sequestration to define individual course’s ‘Carbon Par.’
New insights from OvareVentures brand, Pickleball University, reveal why pickleball could be a tool in America’s battle with the bulge.
Pickleball is the fastest growing sport in the United States. If you’re new to pickleball, here’s an overview on how the scoring works, courtesy of usapickleball.org.
Adding panic buttons does more than check off a requirement on the property to-do list; It has a positive impact on job retention and cultivates staff loyalty.
The No. 1 reason people leave companies typically isn’t money— It’s that they don’t feel treated as valuable contributors, says Tom Everett, President of Landscapes Golf Management. He offers valuable tips to cultivate culture at your club.
Rachel Simon, a New York Times writer, pickleball enthusiast and author of the new book “Pickleball For All,” offers her thoughts on what clubs can do to introduce pickleball to its members.
The Safe Boating Campaign, a worldwide effort focused on responsible boating led by the National Safe Boating Council, shares key tips for boaters to responsibly enjoy boating during high-traffic times.
In the ever-competitive world of resorts and travel in the US, participating companies are eager to find an improved recipe for success – one that perfectly strikes the balance between the digital and physical worlds, empowers employees to provide extra-human service in a high-tech environment, and deliver the total guest experience at whatever stage a…
Unlike traditional phones, VoIP transforms business communications through numerous features and benefits already built in, and VoIP comes with substantial cost savings.
POP Tennis means additional revenue for clubs, resorts and teaching pros. POP Players spend money on court rental time, lessons, socials, clinics, annual POP programs, leagues and tourneys. Those players also spend money within the facility buying paddles, grips, tennis balls, sneakers, clothes or food/drink at the clubs bar and restaurant.