Pickleball is the fastest growing sport in the world. It is a central net, rebound game played with a ball and paddle (like a hard racket) and was invented in the USA over 50 years ago by a family who named it after their dog Pickles!
Pickleball is played on a court very similar to badminton and uses elements of racket skills from tennis, squash, badminton and table tennis. However this game is unique - for one reason, no other sport has a 'kitchen' in the middle of the court! The rules and scoring system also mean that pickleball is much more accessible by the young and not-so-young, making this a fantastic family activity for everyone to enjoy.
Pickleball Scotland proud to grow the game and hold the first ever Selkirk Sport Scottish Open