Mississippi Gulf Coast Pickleball

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About


Pickleball was introduced to the Mississippi Gulf Coast in 2012.  We have grown from two lined tennis courts to 12 dedicated outdoor courts, 8 public lined tennis courts, and 15 indoor courts at four venues coast wide.  We have 350+ players across the coast ranging in age from 10 to 88.  A local junior high school and a junior college are offering pickleball on their physical education curriculum.  A MS coast player is on the pro circuit and numerous players are medal winners in tournaments nationwide.  We are proud of how far we have come.  We welcome you to join us and experience the joy of playing pickleball.

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Buy a Shirt



We are now offering a unisex cotton shirt. We are taking orders until April 1, 2020. Locals can pay when they pick up their order. Visitors will have to pay in advance & add $5 if shirts must be mailed.


Click here to download: Logo Shirts Ladies' Order Form.pdf




Click here to download: Logo Shirts Men's Order Form.pdf




Click here to download: Pickleball Softstyle Order Form.pdf

Popp's Ferry Access


For court access code call Biloxi Parks and Recreation Department at 388-7170 Mon-Fri 8:00-4:00pm. Or call/text 228-233-8766.

Beginner Lessons



All lessons are suspended until further notice.

  • Free Lessons in BILOXI
  • Paddles and balls provided
  • Come any Monday, Wednesday or Friday 8:00 to 10:00 am
  • The address is 2138 Popps Ferry Rd. Biloxi

  • Free Lessons in LONG BEACH
  • Paddles and balls provided
  • Come any Tuesday, Thursday or Friday 8:00 am to 9:00 am
  • Located in the Long Beach Senior & Activity Center - 20257 Daugherty Rd., Long Beach

Events


                                    *This tournament is postponed until the facility re-opens.

                                    *This tournament is postponed until the facility re-opens.

Why Pickleball?


  •  It is easy to learn: New players are always welcome and it is challenging to master so experienced players keep coming back.
  • The funny name: It is more difficult to get mad while you're playing a sport called Pickleball.
  • It's easy on the body: The smaller court means less running so it is easier on the joints. We have players with hip and knee replacements, arthritis, broken backs, heart and other transplants, tennis elbow, chronic illnesses, plus one of our best players is 89 years young.
  • The social aspect: The court is smaller so it is easier to get to know your teammates and opponents. You meet lots of happy people of all ages.
  • Helps mental health and focus: It curbs anxiety, depression and keeps the mind sharp.

      WARNING: May be habit forming.

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Schedule


Week of March 30, 2020

NOTICES:
1. All scheduled play and training is suspended until further notice.
2. Tuesday is the last day to place an order for Mississippi Pickleball Logo Shirts.
3. The Nets & Balls Fundraising Tournament in Long Beach is postponed and will be
rescheduled as soon as the Long Beach Senior Activity Center re-opens.


Popp’s Ferry pickleball courts remain closed to groups of more than 10. Remember when you are waiting to play, you must maintain social distancing of 6 feet.

Everyone be careful out there and we will all get through this together.





Contact


  • Tom and Deonne Linenberger, USAPA Ambassadors, Gulf Coast MS