Marcus De La Vega
Leveled Pickleball Drop-In are weekly times that players can drop-in and play matches against other players. Play is organized by the players at tending and sign-ups can be done through Front Desk or mobile app. There must be 4 players for the dropin to run.
6 pm - 9 pm
6 pm - 9 pm
6 pm - 9 pm
(All levels welcome)
Ladder Play 3.0 +
Ladder play consists of matches for 4 players at a similar skill level. Each player plays with every other player in the match and the final scores are posted to the coordinator. Players sign up weekly through Front Desk or mobile app. The matches are created, and a ladder coordinator is assigned.
4 pm - 6 pm
Platinum/Total Club Plus $3
Total Club $6
(*$9 additional with use of Punch Card)
Any Questions? Contact Marcus 617-388-5936
Court / Open Play Fees
All Fees per Doubles 1.5 Hours Session
Total Club Plus
Non - Members
10 Visits Punch Card $ 150.00
Punch Cards are available for court time and Open Play. *Does not apply to clinics
Half Hour Private
Non Member: $42/person
1 Hour Private
Non Member: $80/person
1 Hour Semi Private (2 People)
Non Member: $45/person
Pickleball Rating System
If you have limited experience playing pickleball, you can keep a short rally on the pickleball court, and you have a basic understanding of the rules of pickleball (particularly, if you can keep the score properly).
You can generally hit forehand drives, serves, and returns with medium pace, as well as dinks, but generally lack consistency and control (for instance, serves and returns are not consistent and lack depth); and (ii) you understand the basic strategy and rules of pickleball, including that you keep the score properly
You can hit drives, serves, and returns with pace (including developing backhand shots), as well as dinks and drop shots, and are developing some consistency and control (including hitting serves and returns in play) (ii) you understand the basic strategy and rules of pickleball, you are starting to vary your shots between the hard and soft game.
You can generally hit both forehand and backhand drives and serves, drop shots, and volleys (including block volleys) of different speeds, and have consistency and control; and (ii) you understand the strategy