Pickleball

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In May 2021, Linwood Country Club added four brand new Pickleball courts and expanded its membership offerings to include single and couple Pickleball memberships. Additionally, some existing golf memberships include Pickleball privileges. Pickleball memberships start at $200 and include access to a variety of clinics and tournaments geared towards all levels of play. 

 

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Meet the Pro…

Jack Feinberg is our Pickleball Coordinator and Lead Instructor for the 2022 season. 

Jack’s credentials include:

  • Certified Pickleball Instructor by both IPTPA (International Pickleball Teaching Professional Assoc.) and PPR (Professional Pickleball Registry)
  • USAPA Certified Pickleball Referee
  • USAPA Certified Referee Trainer
  • USAPA Chair of National Drop Serve Review Committee
  • USAPA Ambassador Atlantic County

Jack has also trained under:

  • Simon Jardim (Number One Woman’s Player)
  • Chad Edwards (Director and Founder Peak Performance Academy)
  • Sara Ansboury (Top Ten Women’s Player and PPR Founder)
  • Rob Cassidy (Top Ten Men’s Player)
  • Sy Rifkin (Founder IPTPA)

Jack has scheduled multiple clinics and events. Some are free for our members, while others will have an associated fee. All Pickleball Events will be posted to our Linwood Country Club calendar.

 Members can download the TeamReach free app and view the calendar of events, sign up for clinics, and even message the Pro directly as well as other members.

We hope to see you all on the courts!

What is Pickleball?

In 1965, three dads created Pickleball as a pastime for their children. Since then, it has become a popular activity that is relatively simple and easy to understand.

Pickleball is a paddleboard sport that combines the elements of tennis, badminton and ping-pong. Pickleball courts are around the same size as a doubles badminton court and can be both inside and outside. The game of Pickleball is usually played either one-on-one (singles) or two-on-two (doubles). Similar to other racquet sports, Pickleball requires a paddle, usually made out of wood, composite or graphite. The ball that is used is in the sport is plastic with holes in it, much like a whiffle ball.