Learn about a gear must-have from our friends over at the Tustin Pickleball Club. Pickleball Ambassador Phil Dunmeyer has a creative way to pick up large amounts of pickleballs in a short amount of time. It makes clean-up time faster, allowing for more time to play pickleball! Hear his inexpensive solution and implement it in your own club.

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hqdefault2Sometimes in pickleball it can be frustrating when the ball drops just over the net creating an almost impossible shot to actually return.  Many times the result is hitting it into the net or not even trying to return it. Either way, the point is over. But there is a simple way to greatly increase the chance that you can hit that ball back over the net!  Watch today’s Pickleball Quick Tip with Phil Dunmeyer who explains to us exactly what to do!

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  1. Could not find at Lowes – bought on Amazon – https://amzn.to/2ui1gVe
    works like he shows

  2. Could you be a little more specific about the product name or model? I can’t find it at Home Depot or Lowes websites.

  3. To pick up 200 balls in 2 minutes, you would need to have a system in place for quickly and efficiently collecting the balls. This could include using a ball scoop or bucket to quickly scoop up multiple balls at a time, having multiple people working together to collect the balls, or using a machine or tool specifically designed for ball collection. Additionally, having a clear and organized area for the balls to be collected in can also help speed up the process.

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