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Here is your 2018 SCF Pickleball Club Survey!
Your opinion matters to us so please complete this survey by 3/24/2018
Survey questions with an * require a response. After completing the survey please click the Submit button below. Thank you!
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How long have you been playing Pickleball?
0 to 2 years
3 to 4 years
5 to 6 years
More than 6 years
How many months of the year do you spend at Festival?
1 to 3 months
4 to 6 months
7 to 9 months
10 to 12 months
How many times per week do you play Pickleball?
0 to 1 times
2 to 3 times
4 to 5 times
More than 5 times
What is your Pickleball skill rating?
Is your rating from:
How important is it to you to improve your Pickleblall Skills?
Do you want to attend more instructional sessions?
Select Yes OR No
Suppose the SCF Pickleball Club offers Pickleball instruction in a small-group (8-10) modular format with four 1½ hour lessons per module. Successive modules would cover a progression of skills. Would you prefer:
One session per week for 4 weeks?
Two sessions per week for 2 weeks?
Have you found anything unsatisfactory about the utilization or scheduling of Wagner courts?
This question is for players rated 3.5 and above. The SCF Pickleball Club has many inexperienced and new members wanting lessons to improve their skills. Our Club is considering offering a series of teaching modules, each with four 1½ hour sessions for groups of 8-10 participants. The modules would cover areas such as “Beginning Pickleball”, “Advancing from 2.5 to 3.0”; “Advancing from 3.0 to 3.5”, etc. If the Club offers an orientation session for coaches/instructors and provides a Coaches Guide in which a prescribed curriculum and activities are laid out, would you be willing to coach/teach such a module along with a coaching partner?
If you answered yes to the above question, please provide your contact information below. Thank you!
The club is always in need of volunteers. In which area can you “give back” by being a volunteer:
Assist at skill clinics
Session Coordinator Assistant/Back-Up
Court Maintenance Helper (check net heights, wash/blow off courts, replenish ball supply)
Volunteer in some capacity at the In-House Tournament
Check all that apply
Please provide your contact information if you are interested in volunteering. Thank you!
Which of these four best describes why you play Pickleball:
Exercise, Social Fun
Just want to play a game
Work hard to get better at the game, compete
The Board is interested in any additional comments or input concerning the Club that you have. Is there a program you would like to have offered? Is there something the club could do so you would enjoy your Pickleball experience more?
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