Shots not going where you want?
Pickleball 201 Clinic
with John Wozencraft, IPTPA Certified Instructor
Five 1.5 hour sessions. This series is for solid beginners who have been playing for a while, are comfortable with the game and competition, and want to break through to intermediate.
Friday, June 10, 17, 24, July 1, and 8 from 11:00 - 12:30
Friday, June 10, 17, 24, July 1 and 8 from 5:30 - 7:00 p.m.
We cover all the basic techniques and shots of pickleball, along with basic strategy. There is a common tendency in recreational pickleball to always try to it a winner, going for the kill even when it's not the smartest shot, and causing a lot of unforced errors. This series of clinics creates a solid foundation for smart pickleball, learning when to attach, when to reset, and how to make it work. This series is usually very helpful for any beginner or low intermediate player, especially if you've come from tennis or racquetball and will benefit from honing hyour skils towards pickleball.
Session #1: Lift Dink (reset, good arc, drop close to net)
Session #2: Push Dink (offensive, creating pressure, flatter, crosscourt, last 12 " of kitchen)
Session #3: Drop (long lift dinks, moving in)
Session #4: Drive & Volley (groundstroke drive, serve, and punch volley)
Session #5: Strategy
Suggested donation: $20 per person per session. You don't have to sign up for the whole series. . .attending individual sessions is fine. Minimum 4, maximum 8 people per session.
How to sign up: Get the TeamReach app and use code 9982 to join the Peak to Peak Clinics group. https://www.teamreach.com
On the calendar screen you will see the clinics posted by date. Click on the clinic and say YES you're attending. If you change your mind you can update it to NO. If it's full you can join the WAITLIST.
On the Chat screen you can read and post messages to the whole group. Updates about clinics, times, weather, etc. will be posted here. If you don't have notifications turned on for TeamReach, please check here for updates. On the Message screen (far right) you can send a direct message to the people you select.
"A great pickleball game comes from consistent shots, proper shot selection, good teamwork, and a lot of patience! The longer the point lasts, and the more strategy you develop, the more fun it gets! This is my basic curriculum, and I always customize lessons and programs to fit your needs".
Private lessons or custom groups are available for $80 an hour. Contact John Wozencraft to arrange a lesson.
Peak to Peak Pickleball is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Salida, Colorado 81201