Pickleball Garden Grove CA

Find the best places to play pickleball near you in Garden Grove, CA. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced player, we can help you discover the top locations to play pickleball in Garden Grove, CA. From indoor and outdoor courts to community centers and parks, we can connect you with places to play pickleball in Garden Grove, CA and help you find the perfect match for your skill level and preferences.

Local Businesses


(800) 615-7352
12919 Main St
Garden Grove, CA 92840

American Stars Soccer Community

(714) 539-0885
11752 Garden Grove Blvd
Garden Grove, CA 92843

Boys And Girls Club Of Garden Grove

(714) 530-0430
10540 Chapman Ave
Garden Grove, CA 92840

Curves For Women

714- 530-6500
12127 Brookhurst St
Garden Grove, CA 92840

Nifty After Fifty

11021 Brookhurst St
Garden Grove, CA 92845

Clinton Kids Club

(714) 537-8833
9860 Larson Ave
Garden Grove, CA 92844

24 Hour Fitness Garden Grove Sport Gym

9561 Chapman Avenue
Garden Grove, CA 92841

Bushido Fitness

(714) 636-1522
12908 Harbor Blvd
Garden Grove, CA 92840

Babys Nutrition

(714) 530-8280
13235 Harbor Blvd
Garden Grove, CA 92843

Linda Evans Fitness Centers

(714) 901-1714
12572 Valley View St
Garden Grove, CA 92845

Central Garden Grove Little League

(714) 636-4263
Chapman Ave
Garden Grove, CA 92840

24 Hour Fitness

(714) 537-3000
9561 Chapman Ave
Garden Grove, CA 92841

Nutrition For Mom And Babies

(714) 891-6619
7659 Garden Grove Blvd
Garden Grove, CA 92841

Arena Soccer Parks Lp

(714) 890-0259
9301 Westminster Ave
Garden Grove, CA 92844

Sasha Cosmetics Corp.

11330 Knott St.
Garden Grove, CA 92841

Hockey Central

(562) 425-1120
6949 Chapman Ave
Garden Grove, CA 92845

Childrens Nutrition

(714) 636-2002
14222 Brookhurst St
Garden Grove, CA 92843

Curves Garden Grove Ca – Southwest

11899 Valley View Street
Garden Grove, CA 92845

La Fitness Sports Clubs

11932 Valley View St
Garden Grove, CA 92845

Curves Garden Grove Ca – Central

12919 Main St.
Garden Grove, CA 92840

Pickleball FAQ in Garden Grove, CA

What is a 3.0 pickleball player?

3.0 Skill Rating. FOREHAND: Ability to hit a medium paced shot. Lacks directional intent and consistency.

What is the 10 second rule in pickleball?

One of the most forgotten rules of pickleball is the 10 second rule. Once the score has been called, the server has 10 seconds to make their serve. If over that time limit then he/she is called for a fault and lose their serve. Rather simple and it keeps the game moving.

Do you have to stay out of the kitchen in pickleball?

Even if you successfully volley the ball to your opponent, you must stay out of the kitchen to avoid a fault. You can even fault on dead balls.

Is pickleball a good sport for seniors?

Playing pickleball and other racket sports helps with hand-eye coordination. This is something that as we age is important, since it is required for many daily activities like eating or driving. These exercises also help with balance which is under threat with age, but essential to maintain to help avoid falls.

What should you not do in pickleball?

Trying to be too fancy or hit low probability shots. Making kitchen faults. Not taking centerline shots as the forehand player. Not letting shots go out. Not getting to the kitchen line. Hitting the ball too hard.

What is an Ernie?

The Erne is a shot where you hit the pickleball either (1) in the air as you are jumping around the Non-Volley Zone (also known as the Kitchen); or (2) after you run around or through the Kitchen and re-establish your feet out of bounds, just to the side of the Kitchen.

What age group plays pickleball the most?

Pickleball is the fastest-growing sport in America for the past three years. Players 18-34 make up the largest percentage of pickleball players at 28.8% nationwide. There are currently 10,320 pickleball courts in the United States.

What makes a good pickleball court?

Pickleball courts measure 20′ wide by 44′ long (including lines). The USA Pickleball Rulebook recommends having an area at least 30′ wide and 60′ long in total space for safe play. Like tennis, courts are typically made with either concrete or asphalt. However, clay and grass surfaces are trending.

What is a Bert in pickleball?

A Bert is an advanced-level shot where a player leaps over the kitchen on the opposite side of the court to volley a ball. It is similar to an Erne, but becomes a Bert when the player crosses from the left side of the court to the right sideline or vice versa.

What is the best court surface for pickleball?

Asphalt or Concrete both provide an acceptable base for pickleball courts. Make sure to review surfacing requirements before having the base installed, as there are recommended specifications for slope, drainage, and surface finish, and overall construction.

Can I make a pickleball court in my driveway?

For people looking for a pristine, smooth, and perfectly level court, Randy recommends working with a certified court builder. But for those looking to create a place to play the game you love on a tight budget, you can quite easily turn your driveway into a pickleball court.

How to build a pickleball court at home?

Step 1: Determine Your Space. Step 2: Choose Court Surface Materials. Step 3: Pick Out Perimeter Fencing. Step 4: Equip Your Court with Light. Step 5: Shop Pickleball Net Systems. Step 6: Set Up Your Pickleball Court.