The Voyager Pickleball Club's mission is to promote pickleball through play, education, drills, clinics, competitive tournaments and social activities. Our overall theme is to encourage sportsmanship, camaraderie and safety through fun & exercise.
CLUB NEWS & UPCOMING EVENTS:
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Summertime... and the playing easy
Thank you to all of the volunteers and players who made the 2023 high-season so fun, varied and challenging! The new board is already working on plans for 2024, so if you have ideas you'd like to share please drop them in our suggestion box (link to the left). All courts are now open play until January, 2024.
Tentative 2023/2024 Event Dates
Holiday Tournament (Sanctioned) - December 7-9, 2023
Registration link coming soon
Dink Tournament - Friday, January 19th, 2024
Season Kick-Off Party - Friday, January 19th 2024 time TBA
Pickleball RODEO - Saturday, February 17th, 2024
Pickleball Club Social - Friday, February 23rd 2024 time TBA
Memorial In House Tournament - March 13-15, 2024
End of Season Party - Friday, March 15th 2024 time TBA
Voyager Resident Memorial Tournament
What a great three days of competition! The 2023 Tournament had over 80 participants who competed in Men's Doubles, Women's Doubles, and Mixed Doubles. Click here to see results and event photos
What a Blast!
200 + Voyager pickleball players came out for the club's end of season "Big Dill Social". Click here for details and photos!
Can We Get a Yeehaw?
The Voyager Pickleball Rodeo was a ton of fun with over 60 players saddling up to compete in individual and team competitions. For many it literally was their "first rodeo". Huge thanks to Diane McGee and her posse of volunteers for making this a great day of pickleball! Looking forward already to the 2024 Rodeo!
Thank you to John and Letha Rodrigues for offering a quality 2-hour clinic on Saturday, February 25th! Participating Voyager players learned about court positioning, dinking techniques and some interesting insights into how your right brain is used to play pickleball.