July 11, 2010

My Littlest Future MXG Partner! Sure to make you smile!

MXG is a pickleball tournament division designation that stands for Mixed Generation. Michigan picklers created this division to provide parents an opportunity to PLAY Pickleball with their children/grandchildren...just for the FUN of it!
xox my littlest sweet pickle xox
xox grandma razz xox

Rochester Pickleball Club 2010
Tournament & Festival

Mixed Generation Pickleball :: August 28, 2010

What is it? It is round-robin doubles play. Players must differ in age by at least 15 years.

How does it work? Teams choose to play competitively or recreationally (for those with one or both partners new to game and/or lower skill level)

What is the level of skill needed to participate? Players need to be at least novice level (Know the rules, keep score, can return serve, etc.). Moms and dads, grandparents, nieces, nephews, grandchildren, friends – anyone can be partners if there is at least a 15 year difference in age.

What is the age level of participants? All ages are welcome. Age is determined by year of birth. If you were born in February 1990 or November 1990 you are still considered to be 20 years old!

When? Saturday afternoon, August 28th. Report by 2:30 pm, play begins at 3:00 p.m.

Where? Rochester High School Tennis Courts, University at Livernois, Rochester, MI

What is the cost? $10 registration fee (waived if you are a USAPA member) for the five-day Rochester Pickleball Club Tournament & Festival plus $5 per event. Hence, this event has an incremental cost of $5.

How do I register? CLICK HERE to find the registration form for this event and the others. Print and complete the registration form and waiver and mail in the form and payment. You may also give these to Dick Manasseri, Marilyn Holladay and registration forms will be available at the MSO Games. Register ASAP to secure a spot – deadline August 18th.

What do I need to bring? Water bottle, sun screen, chair (in case you need a rest), hat, snack. Paddles and balls will be provided. Bring a smile!