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Pickleball Program

Instructors

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Bob Majewski

  • University of Rhode Island​

  • USPTA Certified Tennis Professional

  • Certified National Tennis Rating Verifier

  • USTA Certified Quick Start Tennis Programmer

  • Owner of Mid-Cape Athletic Club

  • Cape Cod Open Men's Doubles Champion

With more than 30 years of professional teaching experience. Bob has competed in numerous Pro-Am Doubles Championships with the likes of Stefan Edberg, Rod Laver and Stan Smith. He has four children.

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Marcus De La Vega

  • IFP Intermediate Certification 3.0-3.9

  • PCI Level 1 Certification 

  • Bachelors in Physical Education 

  • Masters in Health Education 

  • DUPR Rating 4.8

Marcus has over 15 years of coaching and teaching experience in public schools.  

Head pickleball instructor at Ocean Edge Resorts in the summer months. 

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Todd Zukowski

Court / Open Play Fees

All Fees per person for 1.5 Hours of Doubles Session

Platinum

Total Club Plus 

Total Club

Club 

Non - Members 

No Charge

No Charge 

$ 3.00

$ 6.00

$ 20.00

10 Visits Punch Card    $ 150.00

Punch Cards are available for court time and Open Play. *Does not apply to clinics

Lesson Rates

Half Hour Private

Member: $37/person

Non Member: $42/person

1 Hour Private

Member: $75/person

Non Member: $80/person

1 Hour Semi Private (2 People)

Member: $40/person

Non Member: $45/person

Pickleball Rating System

Level 2.5

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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). 

Level 3.0

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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

Level 3.5

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 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.

Level 4.0

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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

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