Atlanta, Georgia is a tennis city that is slowly warming up to pickleball. Most folks who play pickleball in Georgia can be found in the Atlanta suburbs. You pickleball fans, you know how to win over your tennis friends, right?
Places to Play
A comprehensive list of places to play in the state of Georgia can be found on the USAPA.org website, Places to Play listing. One place deserves special recognition:
The Village at Towne Lake, Woodstock, Georgia is the home to the very first community pickleball court in the area. The court is named after Dr. Thomas Earley, who is well known among the Georgia Pickleballmania crowd.
Ambassadors are volunteers who have pledged to promote the sport of pickleball and the USAPA in the local area they have applied to represent. They may be individuals or couples, or a group of ambassadors working together as a team. The main prerequisite is a love of the sport and the desire to share our game with others of all ages. These folks welcome your questions about promoting pickleball in your community:
Ann Earley 770-401-7355 Canton GA
Tom Earley 770-401-7355 Canton GA
Larry Pullman 678-457-4272 Atlanta GA
Patrice Dunn 678-230-3620C Cartersville GA
Steven Dunn 678-613-0341C Cartersville GA
Alan Bragman 678-777-1161 Atlanta GA
Court Construction Companies
If you are planning to build a pickleball court, these companies have experience in building sport courts in your area:
Pickleball Clubs organize for fun and for pickleball competitions. These clubs are in located in the North Atlanta vicinity:
North Georgia Pickleball Club
Marcus JCC of Atlanta
The USAPA.org website lists all registered tournaments in the U. S. The North GA Pickleball Club Annual Fall Classic is one of the local tournaments that offer an opportunity for rated competition.
You can read about pickleball in the North Atlanta area by clicking the links below:
Links to YouTube Videos
The North Georgia Pickleball Club