Pickleball, enjoyed by players of all ages and skill levels, is the fastest growing sport in America today!

It is an easy-to-learn paddle sport that combines elements of tennis, ping-pong, and badminton. This exciting game can be played as singles, doubles, or mixed doubles. The game is played to 11 points by using composite or graphite paddles to hit a perforated polymer ball, like a Wiffle ball, over a net on a court resembling a badminton court. Pickleball is a wonderful social activity that provides a great opportunity for exercise, strategies, skill, and just plain old fun!

  • Pickleball Drop In Times
      • Weekly Friday & Sunday Mornings 9am-10:30am
      • Tuesday evenings 5:30pm-7pm
      • Saturdays 3pm-5pm
      • Court 8 is Designated For Pickleball during drop-in times.
      • Players who wish to use the tennis ball machine are welcome to use court 9 or 10 at this time. No more than 16 players on court 8 at a time.
      • No non members during designated Pickleball times.
  • Pickleball Clinics
    • UC's very own Miles Bentley is a certified Pickleball Teaching Professional and is offering weekly clinics for beginner and intermediate levels. 

      Pickleball Clinics with Miles

      Tuesday -12:00 pm (Intermediate/Advanced)
      Thursday -9:30 am (Beginner/ All Levels)




      Non Member

      Pickleball Group Rate (3 Players)



      Pickleball Group Rate (4 Players)



      Pickleball Group Rate (5+ players)



      Members only at clinics for now. 
      For more information please email Director of Tennis Mark Hanna: mhanna@ucpaloalto.com

  • Rules
      • Open court booking policy for all other times whether it is tennis or pickleball. Sign in using green slips registering all players, first signed in gets the court for a maximum of 1.5hrs if others are waiting to play. All tennis rules on apparel and guest policy apply.
      • Players under 18 years old must be supervised by an adult.
      • 8 pickleball paddles and balls are available for members to borrow in a red Wilson Bag in the ball machine shed.Equipment must be returned to shed and nets placed to the side of net post in shade after use.
      • Some Pickleball paddles are banned at the club if they have high noise levels. Wooden and Aluminum paddles are generally banned. For a list of the banned paddles at the club please visit this link (Sun City Grands Policy on permitted and banned paddles is the same as UCPA).

      For more information or to join, please email mhanna@ucpaloalto.com

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  • Upcoming Events

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