Greater Houston Pickleball Mission

Greater Houston Pickleball, your organization, represents pickleball and the growing number of players in the greater Houston area. We are here to grow the game of pickleball for the health and well-being of our members, through competition, social interaction and improving neighborhoods with additional pickleball facilities. We will represent the Greater Houston pickleball community in discussions with governmental bodies and private facilities. 

Greater Houston Pickleball organizes:

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Instagram at ghp_pickleball and Twitter @ghp_pickleball

Calendar of Events


Greater Houston Pickleball (GHP) leagues are for members to compete in a team format.

Sunday Mixed League (Minimum 2 males and 2 females per team of same skill level). Play is men's and women's doubles and mixed doubles.

Friday Doubles League (Minimum of 8 players) is for women, men, or mixed gender teams.

For the 2023 league, your league fees are included in your membership fees. Register and pay for your GHP membership here

Then email our Director of Competition your name, age, gender, skill division, phone number, email, team member names, and team name.

Find rules, league players, and results at

No teammates, we will try to help you find a team. Please fill out the looking for a team information form here Request Help

If you have questions about our leagues, please send us an email at

Competition Director:

Kitty Cordes

League Coordinators:

Laura Gauss

Louise Strain

Help Us Let Houston Know!

Pickleball is a world-wide popular sport and hosts numerous games, tournaments, championships...for ALL ages!

Places to Play in greater Houston

Places to Play in the US: Places to Play

League schedules and results can be seen at:

Pickleball Tournaments:

USA Pickleball:

Pickleball Houston:

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What is Pickleball?

Pickleball is a paddleball sport that combines elements of badminton, table tennis, and tennis. Singles or doubles players use solid paddles made of wood or composite materials to hit a perforated polymer ball, much like a whiffle ball, over a net. The court is the same size as a badminton court with a net a little lower than a tennis net. Rules of play are similar to tennis but with several unique differences like serves are not tossed but hit with an underhand motion and there is a No Volley Zone seven feet around the net.
It is an easy sport to learn, fun for all ages and exciting to play the first time you pick up a paddle.

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Contact Jennifer Penchas for all the Details. Let's grow this fun sport together!!

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