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After discussing the top three criteria needed to look for when purchasing a Pickleball Paddle, let us now cover some good to know information about paddles. Let's talk about Paddle Materials: Wood: Heaviest and cheapest Graphite: often the most expensive option but also light and powerful performance on the court. Composite: a compromise between wood and graphite paddle. These come in a variety of prices and weights and have been gaining popularity because the paddle face texture helps impart spin on shots. There are now some higher priced composites.  Wood pickleball paddles Wood is still a viable option for beginning pickleball players...

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Since we have already covered finding the correct weight of the paddle that suits your play, lets now look at finding the right grip size. It is essential to pick a pickleball paddle that has the correct grip circumference that matches your hand size. Choosing a correct grip can be effectively compared to choosing the right shoe size. If you pick either a loose or tight shoe, the outcome won't be satisfactory. The same thing goes with pickleball paddle grip. You want to choose a paddle which fits perfectly in your hand. However, some players prefer smaller grips whereas others prefer...

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Pickleball paddles also comes in all shapes and sizes. The pickleball paddle size – the length and the width – is regulated by the rules of pickleball, but finding the right shape for your game is essential.

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How to select a Pickleball Paddle -

Read this guide to understand the best paddle options for your game. When shopping for your Pickleball Paddle, these are our three most important factors for you to consider.

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How to Play Pickleball, What is Pickleball -

They always say to go back to the basics for every complex question.  This time, we are going back to the basics about Pickeball- a sport that we are sure you will enjoy. Pickleball is a paddle ball sport that combines elements of badminton, table tennis, and tennis. Two or four players use solid paddles made of wood or composite materials to hit a perforated polymer baseball-sized wiffleball with 26-40 round holes over a net. The sport shares features of other racquet sports; the dimension and layout of a badminton court, and a net and rules somewhat similar to tennis....

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