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Get everything you need to start playing Pickleball today! This bundle includes:

  • 2 Paddles of Your Choice
  • 2 Packs of our Seamless Pickleballs (6 balls total)
  • 1 Tote Bag to hold it all together

You get all this for just $99 - over 30% OFF (normally $148.95)

Stop waiting and start playing today with club. Pickleball Paddles!


What's Included?

Are you ready to choose the best pickleball set for beginners? Make sure you select paddles that are durable, comfortable, and lightweight. A fun or unique design is a bonus - you play in style, and your rackets always distinguish themselves from others. At club. we offer pickleball paddle sets of 2. Each set comes with the following:

  • 2 Paddles of Your Choice
  • 2 Woven Paddle Covers
  • 2 Packs of our Seamless Pickleballs (6 balls total)
  • 1 Tote Bag to hold it all together

You get all this for just $99 - over 30% OFF (normally $143.95)

You can add other pickleball equipment, including hats, sweatshirts, and bags, to your game and style. Stop waiting and start playing today with club.’s pickleball starter set!


Pickleball Paddle Construction

We curated the perfect blend of materials to engineer the best all-around pickleball paddle. Long-lasting and made to adapt to your unique grip, our court-tested pickleball paddles are one of the best investments you can make in your game.

Our pickleball racket faces are made from soft graphite for easy control. Inside, our cores are made from responsive polypropylene for ultimate durability that moves with you and the ball. Our grips are comfortable faux leather that mold to fit your unique handprint over time. Easy to clean, the vibrant faces stay that way, match after match, thanks to an edge guard that protects your paddle from scuffing after a low shot.

Pickleball Paddle Print Technology

One look tells you these aren’t your grandpa’s pickleball racquets. To help our modern designs stand out (in the best way), we use a more sustainable UV-printing technology to print a high-resolution and wear-resistant paddle face. Highly pigmented, each club. pickleball paddle face resists chips, fades, and scuff marks to stay fresh-looking through months and years of play.


Pickleball Paddles:

Curious about the specifications of our paddles? We have everything you need to know about pickleball paddle dimensions right here.

  • Length: 15 2/3 in.
  • Width: 7 4/5 in.
  • Thickness 13 mm
  • Weight: 11.3 oz.

  • USA Pickleball determined the combined length and width of pickleball racquets, including any edge guard and butt cap, should not exceed 24 inches, while the length shouldn’t exceed 17 inches. There is no restriction on paddle thickness. Using these standards, our pickleball paddles are ideal for regulation play.

    Pickleball Packs (3ct):

    40 holes
    Diameter - 2.91 inches
    Weight - 25.9 grams

    3 balls come in each pack

    USA Pickleball determines the specifications of Pickleballs.

    Pickleball Paddle tote bag

    The Pickleball tote bag measures 19" x 5" x 13" giving you plenty of space to store a couple of paddles, balls, and whatever else you need to have a fun day on the courts.

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    What Makes Our Paddles Great?

    • Light-Weight

      It all comes down to the net in most matches. We engineered as lightweight a paddle as possible (while still being durable) to ensure you can hit the precision kitchen shots you need. Weighing in at just 11 oz, our paddles are sure to do the trick.

    • Gritty Surface

      Put your opponent on their heels with a high-grit, carbon graphite paddle face. The spin of your shots will have your opponents guessing at every bounce.

    • Thick Core

      To win matches, you need to be able to hit powerful shots. That's why we made our paddles with a thick, 13-millimeter core. We’ve combined a premium graphite face with a lightweight, responsive polymer core to create a high-performing pickleball paddle that gets better over time. You'll love hitting overhead slams with a club. Paddle.

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    Choosing the Best Beginner Pickleball Set

    There are many various paddles available on the market, which can make the decision tough. But if. you are looking at club. products, you have come to the right place. Club. offers some of the best graphite pickleball paddle sets on the market. At club. we focus on high quality, great prices, and fun designs to bring your pickleball skill and swag to the next level.

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    Which Pickleball Starter Set is Best?

    Are you looking for a Pickleball paddle set for two players? If you've shopped you'll notice that there are many different types and styles out there. Paddles are constructed using different materials for the core (located inside the paddle head) and the surface (the area you can see).

    Core materials for Pickleball rackets typically include wood, polymer, Nomex, or aluminum. Surface materials can be made of wood, graphite, polycarbonate, and composite. So which combination is best? There are pros and cons to each material.

    Wood paddles with a wood core are the most basic and affordable paddles. However, they are also the heaviest option on the market with the least playability. Paddles with Nomex and aluminum cores offer high performance but are some of the most expensive on the market - typically costing between $200-$300 for a paddle that will only last a year!

    Enter club. We make our paddle cores our of a strong Polypropylene and our paddle faces are a durable Graphite - giving you the perfect balance between performance and affordability. The best part? These materials are known to last longer too!


    How do I get spin with my Pickleball paddle?


    Pickleball Magazine explains the three kinds of spin as:

    1. Top spin and back spin – when the ball rotates forward or backward. To create top spin, brush the paddle upward against the ball. To create back spin, turn sideways, chop diagonally downward, and hit the ball “on the chin,” striking it just below the centerline. 
    2. Side spin – when the ball rotates around a vertical axis running from its top to bottom. To create side spin, drag the paddle across the ball from right to left. It will rotate clockwise to curve right. Drag the paddle the other way to have the ball curve left. 
    3. Cork spin — ​the most rare of spins, it’s like a spiraling pass in football. Cork spin can only be created when used in combination with another spin, like side spin. To try it out, step into the ball, extend your paddle arm out, then draw the paddle back down at a 45-degree angle to the net, striking the ball low and on the right side.

    There’s no secret to spin when it comes to paddle design; the best pickleball paddle for spin is the one that feels most natural in your hand and allows for the greatest movement and flexibility.

    Does club. sell Pickleball Paddles in bundles?

    You’re in luck: our pickleball paddle set is a great deal if you’re looking to buy more than one of the best pickleball paddles for beginners. Our pickleball paddle set gives you 10% off each paddle you select. (Note: a bundle must include a minimum of 2 paddles and a maximum of 6). It’s an easy way to place a group order with family or friends and save some cash on your new favorite paddle!

    How long do club. Pickleball Paddles last?

    club. paddles are manufactured with some of the strongest and most durable materials available for regulation Pickleball paddles. We’re confident they’ll hold up to consistent play for months — and with the right care — even years. Our graphite faces feature UV-printing technology for a high-resolution and wear-resistant face (so your design of choice stays vibrant). Our faux leather grips mold to fit your unique handprint over time and are made to withstand sweaty palms game after game.

    What makes graphite Pickleball paddles better than normal ones?

    Common Pickleball paddle materials include graphite, carbon fiber, fiberglass, and even wood. The paddle material makes a significant difference in how each hit feels, and how much power you can create behind your swing. Graphite Pickleball paddles are lighter in weight and thinner than most other paddles on the market. Though thin, they’re far from flimsy or weak. Graphite is uniquely stiff, which packs a moderate punch of power but promotes finesse over pure strength.

    What should I look for in a Pickleball Paddle?

    When you’re new to the game, you need to learn what to look for in a Pickleball paddle. This know-how will help you invest in equipment that improves your performance and stands up to plenty of time on the court. Pickleball paddles should meet USA Pickleball’s rules for regulation play, including their size, surface, and material. In addition, make sure you find the best Pickleball paddle for your style. Love a bold print? Or a bright neon color? Make sure your paddle reflects your personality.

    How do you hold a Pickleball paddle?

    Perfecting the art of pickleball starts with your grip. The “Continental” and “Eastern” grips are the most common. Each can work better for certain shots and situations. That’s why it’s a good idea to familiarize yourself with both grips.

    Here’s how to hold a pickleball paddle in the Eastern-style grip: Place your playing hand on the face of the paddle and drag your hand down to grip the handle. Your grip should end up looking like you’re shaking someone’s hand.

    Here’s how to hold a pickleball paddle in the Continental-style grip: From the Eastern grip, rotate your paddle face 60-90 degrees toward the ground. (Go to the right if you’re right-handed, and to the left if you’re left-handed.)

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