Pickleball continues to be the country’s fastest-growing sport and at the heart of the action is Silver Palms RV Resort.
With 10 professional courts and organized play held five days a week, it is no wonder that the resort’s pickleball community now features over 60 players from all levels of experience – from novices to gold and silver medalists.
As part of its continued commitment to the growth of the sport, Silver Palms will host one of the ProLite Pickleball Series Tournaments from Friday, February 10 to Sunday, February 12.
Making its debut this year, the ProLite Pickleball Series Spectacular™ was created by Suncoast Pickleball Tournaments and ProLite Sports, offering a series of tournaments for players up to 4.0 to win a number of great prizes.
This year’s tournaments include:
- Winter Garden – Nov. 12 & 13
- Englewood Pickleball Classic III – Dec. 2 – 4
- Bradenton Pickleball Classic – Jan. 6 – 8
- Riverbend RV Resort – Jan. 20-22
- Silver Palms RV Resort – Feb 10-12
- Pinellas County – Feb 17-19
- Tanglewood Pickleball Classic – Feb. 24-26
- Pompano Beach Pickleball Classic – March 24-26
Each tournament in the series will offer free ProLite paddle giveaways but, at the end of the Series, there will be two Grand Prizes awarded to two separate individuals.
Here’s how it works. If an individual registers and plays in a qualified Series tournament, they’re automatically registered in the Series. To qualify for the Grand Prizes, an individual must play in at least 6 of the 8 Series tournaments. Those that do will automatically receive one entry for the Grand Prize. Players may also earn additional entries via the methods below:
Enter at least 6 tournaments and receive 1 entry per tournament – up to 8 total
- Bronze medal winners: 2 entries per medal
- Silver medal winners: 3 entries per medal
- Gold medal winners: 4 entries per medal
As an example, if an individual played in 6 Series tournaments resulting in 2 bronze medals and 1 silver medal, they would have 13 entries for the Grand Prize. If they’ve played all 8 tournaments in the Series but did not medal at all, they’d still have 8 entries for the Grand Prize.
The Grand Prizes are awarded by random drawing during the final tournament of the Series! The more entries a player has – the greater his or her odds!