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Normal pickleball hours:

Tuesday: 4:30p - 6:30p
Thursday: 5-7p
Saturday (session 1 - recreational/social): 11a-1p
Saturday (session 2 - competitive): 1-3p

The above schedule is subject to change and cancellation based on prior parish commitments. 

IF YOU WISH TO PLAY, you must first add yourself to our email list and then use the TeamReach phone app to sign up on available days to play. Due to limited court resources, we allow 19 players per session. Open play spots for a given week become available around 9am each Monday morning. Slots fill quickly. If the session is full, you will be put on a waitlist and will be moved to the play list if a spot becomes available.

Head over to the sign up page to get our new APP!
The app is the way to get to play! CLICK HERE

Welcome to the Holy Family Pickleball website!

We are pleased to introduce the Holy Family parish to one of America's fastest growing sports - Pickleball!

We have lots of info about the game on our info page. If you want to get familiar with the game, head on over there (click here) and take a look at some of the info resources we have located for you.

Thanks to the hard work of parishioner Joe Imorde and others, we have acquired equipment to provide free open play in the gymnasium. Updated schedules are listed in our TeamReach phone app.

We have 3 playing courts available. The strive to accommodate all levels of players - those who just heard of it to some more experienced players. This is a friendly atmosphere with some great opportunity to learn the sport and improve your game by learning from some more experienced players.

NOTE: Please add your name to the email list and complete the waiver form BEFORE coming to play. All players must have had registered before being allowed to play.


Did you know....?

The average age of pickleball players has dropped to 35 years old!

Over 50 million American adults have played pickleball in the past 12 months. Nearly 1/5 Americans.

When tested with a FitBit, players racked up about 7,000 steps playing pickleball for about 90 minutes. 

When tested with a FitBit, players racked up about 7,000 steps playing pickleball for about 90 minutes. 

When tested with a FitBit, players racked up about 7,000 steps playing pickleball for about 90 minutes. 

A 160-pound adult can burn about 250 calories playing pickleball for 30 minutes of casual play (a 200 lb adult would burn about 350 calories).

There is a 2 inch difference in height between a pickleball net and a tennis net (34 for pickleball vs 36 for tennis).

Don't Be Left Out

Please make sure you add your name and email address to our mailing list. This way you'll know when we plan to offer learning clinics taught by nationally ranked professionals from the area and other activities. It will be our ONLY way to get in contact with you, so please join the email list by going to our mailing list page (click here).

If you have a specific question or are looking for more information not contained on our website, fill out the form on the left to get a message to Jay Wasack and you will hear back as soon as possible. 

Thanks for stopping by! GO PLAY!!

Pickleball at HFCC


Sean was an incredibly gifted athlete who was on of the nation's top tennis players. His family lived in Brentwood,  attended Ravenwood High School and Sean went on to a tennis scholarship at the University of Tennessee. Just before he was to join the UT tennis team, Sean was diagnosed with Ewing Sarcoma, a rare form of bone cancer. Click here for more of Seans story

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  • The court is 20 feet wide by 44 feet long.
  • The net is 22 feet wide and is 34 inches high in the center, extending to 36 inches high on the sidelines.
  • The ball can be served underhand without bouncing it or, optional, dropped and hit diagonally into the opponent’s service court.
  • Only the serving team can score.
  • A point is scored when the non-serving opponent fails to return the ball or hits the ball out of bounds.
  • Games go to 11, but the victor must win by 2 points.