TMPR Games Registration

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For question pertaining to TMPR Games, contact:
Mark Cunningham

For questions pertaining to registration, contact:
Doug Clark




The TMPR Games™ comprise of three skill-enhancing events that require teams of two to participate. Each participant is required to register with a partner. The events are carefully designed to help players improve their pickleball skills.

1. The first event, known as the "Dinking Game," aims to improve the team's soft and controlled shots near the net.

2. The second event, the "7/11 Game," focuses on honing the team's ability to master the dropshot while moving together from the baseline to the non-volley line, a crucial skill for gaining an edge in the game.

3. The final event is a regular game format where players can practice the drill-skills practiced in the first two events. 
Mark Cunningham of Scorpion Pickleball, a TMPR Sponsored player and instructor, will be leading the TMPR Games and providing instruction. "This tournament is all about improving your skills and having fun, and I am excited to offer it to players in the 2.5 to 3.5 skill level range," says Mark. "Each drill is designed to be challenging and competitive, and we know participants will benefit from the competitive drills of the TMPR GAMES.”
The TMPR Games is open to players of skill levels 2.5 to 3.5, and the tournament will take place at LIFEHOUSE Church, located in Huntertown, Indiana. Teams of two can sign up. The top teams from each pod will go on to compete for Gold, Silver, and Bronze prizes.
"We wanted to create an event that would be competitive while helping players improve their skills in a fun and engaging way," says Doug Clark from TMPR Sports Pickleball. We are thrilled with our collaboration with Mark Cunningham of Scorpion Pickleball, a TMPR sponsored player, who will lead the TMPR GAMES at LIFEHOUSE Church, June 13, 2024. "We believe that players in each session, 2.5 to 3.0 and 3.0 to 3.5 skill level range will get the most out of this tournament, and we can't wait to see the competition unfold."