Nine beginner and four intermediate pickleball players improved their skills during a recent clinic held at the Canyon Lake pickleball courts. The classes were taught by Aaron Coyle and were held every Tuesday during the month of February.
The beginner players practiced gameplay and learned how to serve, return, and keep score. A round-robin was played on the last day. The intermediate players learned offensive topspin shots, defensive locking techniques, and third shot drops.
Coyle invites intermediate and advanced players to attend the next clinic, which will be held every Monday during the month of March. The intermediate clinic will be held from 1 to 2 p.m. The intermediate/advanced clinic will be held from 2 to 3 p.m.
The cost is $120. Classes are limited to eight players per group. To sign up, contact Aaron Coyle at 951-400-1402 or at [email protected]
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