Dill Dinkers’ Second MoCo Pickleball Facility Opens on Monday, September 25; Free Open Play 9/25-9/29

Pickleball is one of the fastest growing sports in the country and Dill Dinkers will hold the grand opening of its second Montgomery County location in Rockville, just six miles away from its recently opened North Bethesda location, on Monday, September 25th. The Rockville facility is located at 40-C Southlawn Court, next to ZavaZone and near the Sportsplex and Ice Arena.

As part of its grand opening, Dill Dinkers will offer free open play from 9am-9pm from September 25th through September 29th. Dill Dinkers offers a wide array of options for getting out on the courts to play, including court reservations for members and non-members, clinics, leagues, and lessons for new and experienced players looking to improve their game. Dill Dinkers will also offer advertising opportunities within the facility for businesses and organizations looking to reach a large, active audience focused on healthy living.

About Dill Dinkers: “In the Summer of 2021, Denise and Will Richards instantly fell in love with Pickleball after their very first lesson. By Winter, they were so hooked on the game that they became determined to keep playing, despite the weather and low court availability. Most of the time when the two did get a court, they spent half of their time cleaning it so it would be safe to play. Denise searched the county to try and find indoor courts, only to find that there were very few options. This is when the couple first started to realize that there was a need for an indoor facility. After visiting out of state indoor pickleball venues, they decided to make one in their own community.”


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