Sat
STARTS December 17, 2022

Pickleball Tournament at King’s Court

8:00AM - 3:00PM

General Information

Registration Ends
December 14, 2022
Play Begins
December 17, 2022
Part of Town
North Houston

Regular Registration Price

Team*
$115 + 6.0% Processing Fee
Individual*
$65 + 6.0% Processing Fee
Registration Period*
Nov 25, 2022 - Dec 08, 2022

Early Registration Price

Team*
$99 + 6.0% Processing Fee
Individual*
$59 + 6.0% Processing Fee
Early Registration Period*
Oct 20, 2022 - Nov 24, 2022

Late Registration Price

Team*
$129 + 6.0% Processing Fee
Individual*
$69 + 6.0% Processing Fee
Late Registration Period*
Dec 09, 2022 - Dec 14, 2022

*Click “All Details” for Early Bird and Late registration periods and fees.

Overview

King's Court Pickleball Tournament

Saturday, December 17, 2022
  • Check in starting at 8am
  • Round robins starting at 9am
  • Single elimination bracket to follow
  • The pickleball tournament is a non-sanctioned doubles tournament with with no gender restrictions.
  • Divisions - 3.0 and 3.5
*if a team is comprised of a 3.0 player and a 3.5 player then the team will register as a 3.5 division player.
  • Upon registration select the appropriate skill rating. Team captains must send an invite to their teammate.
  • Need a partner? Sign up as a free agent and you will paired with a partner who matches your skill level.

Registration Includes:

  • Team Shirts
  • Championship Prizes
  • Game balls provided
  • Paddles available to borrow
  • Professional photography

Location

Rules

  • Teams will play four round robin games to 15 points. The first to 15 wins.
  • After round robin play, all teams will advance to a single elimination bracket to determine 1st, 2nd and 3rd place in their division. The bracket will consist of one game to 11 points, win by 2.
  • Round robin games to 15, teams will switch sides at 8 points. Bracket play games to 11, teams will switch sides at 6.
  • Championship and third place game will be best of out three games to 11, win by 2.
  • USAPA rules
  • Games will be self-officiated by players on the court. The championship and third place game will have a designated referee.