A new volunteer-led competitive pickleball league launches in the Dallas

A new volunteer-led competitive pickleball league is launching in the Dallas metroplex. The new league, Supreme Court Pickleball, is the only men’s competitive team pickleball league in the area.
Currently, the teams being formed across the metroplex include facilities:


Samuel Grand Tennis Center
Brookhaven Country ClubCanyon Creek Country Club
Fretz Tennis Center
Gleneagles Country Club
L.B. Houston Tennis Center
Las Colina Country Club
Life Time Frisco
Stonebriar Country Club
The Courts McKinney
Wagon  Wheel Tennis Center 
Bent Tree Country Club
North Texas Racquet Club


Supreme Court Pickleball was founded by players, for players, with the goal of “fostering a strong sense of community and camaraderie among participants.” 
By incorporating Dynamic Universal Pickleball Rating and USA Tournament Player Ratings, the league offers competitive, balanced matches that cater to players of all skill levels. In order to ensure fair matchups, players rated higher than 4.5 are not allowed to play.
The launch of Supreme Court Pickleball supports the rapid growth of pickleball in the Dallas area by providing a new avenue for men to get involved in the sport through team play. This aligns with broader efforts to promote pickleball and make it more accessible.
Additionally, there is no maximum limit on the number of players per team and not cutoff date to add players. Match times start between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m.
Players can register individually for leagues online a $25 league fee handling fee and tax.
The league has partnered with top facilities, including the collaboration with premier pickleball venues across the DFW. 
Supreme Court Pickleball is entirely run by volunteers to create a community-oriented league. The non-profit plans to establish a non-profit within the next 12 months.
Source:  https://lakewood.advocatemag.com/voluntee-led-pickleball-league-launches-in-dallas/