MPC Clinics/Lessons for 2024

MPC Clinics/Lessons for 2024

June 20th - September 30th, 2024Mono, Ontario

Clinic Information

Group clinics with a certified MCCP coach will be 2 hours in length with a minimum of 3 and a maximum of 4 members. Fee: $25 pp. These are offered on the following dates and times:

July 4th, 5 - 7pm, Beginner/Novice (1.0 - 2.0)
July 12th, 3 - 5pm, Beginner/Novice (1.0 - 2.0)
July 17th, 11am - 1pm, Intermediate (2.5 & up)
July 23rd, 6 - 8pm, Intermediate (2.5 & up)
July 28th, 3 - 5pm, Beginner/Novice (1.0 - 2.0)

Beginner players will be introduced to the basics of the game including paddle/ball handling, court boundaries, introduction to ground strokes, volleys, serve and return of serve, and some strategies. 

Novice players will focus on improving the basic skills mentioned above, and additional strategies. 

 Intermediate players will focus on one or two specific aspects of the game (e.g. court position, strategies, advanced skills such as blocks, punch volleys) 

Registration fee, payable by etransfer to < MonoPickleballClub@gmail.com >, is due with registration.

If your fee is not received within 24 hours of the registration, your registration will be cancelled.

NOTE: Please refer to the MPC Self-Evaluation Skills Matrix in the right column before registering.

Participants will be contacted directly once there is a sufficient number of interested players to proceed.

Here are a few comments from previous clinic participants:

"...instructors were so patient and encouraging..."

"...the clinic was beyond what I expected..."

"...the quality of the instruction was excellent..."

"...the clinic was great..."

Additional Documents

Vision and Mission

                                                  VISION
                     To provide a pickleball community that is designed:
                             - For Fun - For Fitness - For Everyone

                                                 MISSION
To develop and grow the sport of pickleball in the Town of Mono and surrounding communities by:

  • Promoting and advancing affordable and equitable* access to the game of Pickleball,
  • Making available opportunities for recreational as well as organized play at all levels,
  • Providing an environment that encourages sportsmanship and where interactions are respectfully social, safe, and collegial.
    *welcoming to participants regardless of gender, sexual orientation, ethnic or racial origin, citizenship, religion or physical ability

Mono Pickleball Club