September 21-23, 2018
Hy-Vee Arena, 1800 Genessee Street , Kansas City, MO 64102
Third Shot Pickleball coach Mark Renneson will be back at the second annual Third Shot’s a Charm Pickleball Festival (TSAC2). He will be offering three days of fun and fast-paced PB clinics, lessons and training sessions. See details below.
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How to Beat Bangers
Tired of losing to hard-hitters? This session is focused on defeating power players. Learn the techniques and tactics needed to take on players who rely on the fast ball. Players should be at the 3.0-3.5 level. $60
Train like the pros! This fun and fast-paced drill session will put you through your paces. Drills will give you a great workout in the following areas: serve and return; third shots; volleys, drops and dinking. Players should be at the 3.0-3.5 level. $50
Super Third Shots
How well you play your third shot can determine how the rest of the point unfolds. This clinic will focus on understanding different third shot options and developing the skills to be able to execute them more consistently and effectively. Players should be at the 3.0-3.5 level. $60
All About the Soft Game
Being able to change speeds and play effective and consistent slow shots is crucial to high-quality pickleball. This session will help you to understand the role of 'the soft game' and to execute intelligent shots in different situations. Players should be at the 4.0+ level. $60
If you're looking for some serious personal attention, sign up for one of the limited number of private lessons. These lessons can be for 3 or 4 people and will be tailor-made to your needs. Whether you are a new player who wants to get off on the right foot, or a tournament player looking to excel, a 90-minute private lesson is a great way to go. Participants are responsible for choosing who will join them in the lesson. $180 (per group, not per person).