Places to Play & Play Types
All dates and times are subject to change.
Kedron Fieldhouse & Aquatic Center
202 Fieldhouse Drive, Peachtree City
Tuesday/Thursday evenings (6:30pm-9pm)
4 players playing and 2 players sitting on the bleachers waiting to play on one court.
Net will be permanently set up and no take down of the net is necessary at this time.
Must bring your own paddle/balls.
Court shoes must be worn (non-marking shoes).
Water containers are permitted but must have lids and placed on table between courts (not in the bleachers).
Fayette County residents only. $2 per person (includes observer) per visit and must show a driver’s license. You may purchase a 10-visit punch card for $18.
The days above are “Open Gym” time and under the current restrictions due to COVID-19 the gym has limited capacity depending on the sport being played therefore there is a guarantee of 1 hour of play and players will be asked to leave to make room for others. If no one is waiting, you can remain past your one hour and you will be asked to leave based on your check in time if the space is needed.
*Flat Creek Country Club
100 Flat Creek Road, Peachtree City
Outdoor play; Closed on Mondays
Six dedicated courts. Required: ClubCorp membership required or guest fee must be paid ($5 for guest each visit, and must be accompanied by a ClubCorp member; maximum 6 guest
*The Bridge Community Center
225 Willowbend Road, Peachtree City
Indoor Play (two courts only)
Tuesday and Thursday – two sessions (12 noon-1:30pm and 1:30pm-3pm)
Each session will be allowed 4 players on each court and 4 players sitting in the bleachers waiting their turn to play.
You must bring your own paddle/balls.
You must email John Milani (email@example.com) to register to play on a specific Tuesday/Thursday. The subject of the email should be PBR, which stands for PBReservation. Reservations may begin at 4pm on Sunday for Tuesday play and 4pm on Tuesday for Thursday play. You will receive a confirmation reply email indicating that you have successfully been enrolled in the requested session.
For more information contact The Bridge at 770-487-9289.
Call for daily fee and general membership fees
*Glenloch Recreation Complex – No reserve
601 Stevens Entry, Peachtree City
Outdoor play – tennis courts marked for Pickleball
*Pebblepocket – No reserve
200 Willowbend Road
Outdoor Play – tennis courts marked for Pickleball
980 Redwine Road, Fayetteville
Call for more info - 770.716.4320
Covenant Presbyterian Church (Not available for Pickleball Play at this time)
819 Highway 314, Fayetteville
Saturday – 12 noon-3pm (3 courts)
Janet Granski –
Christ’s Church of Whitewater (Not available for Pickleball Play at this time)
1577 Highway 85 South, Fayetteville (next to Whitewater Middle School)
Monday thru Thursday from 9am-12 noon (3 courts)
Stephen Carpenter, Pastor –
*Subject to change due to COVID-19 restrictions
Open play is the term used in pickleball to designate playing times that are open for players of all skill levels and years of experience to mix together to have fun playing pickleball.
Court #1 is Beginner/Social/Recreational Players.
Court #2 is for Intermediate Players.
Court #3 is for Advanced Players.
Court #4 is for Challenge Court (Intermediate/Advanced Players)
You are permitted to play up one court, if you think you can compete at that level.
If 4 players are waiting for a court, we will use a 4 on 4 off rotation; 3 players waiting - 3 on 3 off; 2 players waiting - 2 on 2 off; 1 player waiting – 1 on 1 off. When there are 1 or 2 players waiting to play, the winning team stays and splits or they may play together, if the next two players agree.
With 4-3-2 players waiting on any one court, games are to 11 points, win by 1.
If more than 4 players are waiting on any one court, games will be to 9 points, win by 1.
The idea is to keep the players moving on and off the courts (a good rotation) and provide fair playing opportunities for everyone.
*Players electing to play on a challenge court should understand that all players on this court are expecting a challenging game.
A “Round Robin” is a structured form of play organized by skill levels. In the time allocated to each Round Robin session you will play games, each with a different partner and against a different pair of opponents.
You begin play in a group with your similar skill level. Based on a player’s performance, the player moves up or down in position on the pickleball ladder. You play 1 round of 3 games with each player on your court. The player with the most points moves up to the next level group and the player with the least points moves down to the next lower level group. The two players who scored neither the most nor least points, remain in that group for the next round of play. It is lots of fun and very competitive for all skill levels.
IF THERE IS A DISAGREEMENT WHETHER THE BALL WAS CLEARLY IN OR OUT, PLAY THE POINT OVER
IF THE OPPONENT CLAIMS THERE WAS A MAJOR DISTRACTION WHILE HITTING A SHOT (SUCH AS A BALL BOUNCING ONTO THE COURT), DON’T HESITATE TO REPLAY THE POINT.
IF A BALL FROM YOUR COURT GOES OUT OF BOUNDS ON ANOTHER COURT, CALL “BALL OR LET” ONLY IF IT GOES ONTO THEIR COURT. IF IT STAYS OUTSIDE OF THE COURT AND NOT A SAFETY CONCERN WAIT UNTILTHE POINT IS PLAYED OUT.
NEVER WALK BEHIND A COURT, OR ENTER ONE,WHILE A RALLY IS IN PROGRESS
WHEN A POINT IS OVER, RETURN THE BALL TO YOUR OPPONENT, NOT MERELY IN HIS/HER DIRECTION
VERBAL OUTBURSTS ARE DISTRACTING TO YOUR OPPONENT AND TO PLAYERS ON OTHER COURTS
THROWING EQUIPMENT IN ANGER IS UNSPORTSMANLIKE AND DANGEROUS. CONTROL YOUR TEMPER ON THE COURTS AT ALL TIMES
GIVE YOUR OPPONENT TIME TO GET INTO POSITION BEFORE YOU SERVE
IT IS THE SERVER’S RESPONSIBILITY TO CLEARLY ANNOUNCE THE SCORE BEFORE YOU SERVE
KNOW THE RULES OF THE GAME AND OBSERVE THEM