40,000 sqft of pickleball fun

Calling all pickleheads.

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Grab your paddles and get ready for Crush Yard.

Redering Provided by Charlotte Berger PR

A pickleball club is headed for the Lowcountry, and it’s kind of a big dill. Crush Yard aims to open this spring off Highway 17 in North Mount Pleasant, so we thought we’d show you around.

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Start warming up to hit the courts. | Renderings provided by Charlotte Berger PR

The ~40,000-sqft space will be open daily and features eight indoor courts, a restaurant with elevated pub food, a bar, and an outdoor lounge. Holy City Brewing created a microbrew for Crush Yard called Dinker’s Delight and Summerville’s One Nation Coffee will also be available on-site.

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Recharge in the lounge and dining areas after a round of pickleball. | Rendering provided by Charlotte Berger PR

You can also look forward to:

  • Events and private party rentals
  • Private and group lessons
  • Leagues and tournaments
  • Two memberships: The Crush Membership including unlimited open play every morning and the Yard Membership including bottomless fountain drinks
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Choose from 34 beers on tap. | Rendering provided by Charlotte Berger PR

While we wait for Crush Yard to open, here are a few fun facts about this popular pastime:

🥒 Pickleball is one of the fastest-growing sports in the country and is a cross between tennis, ping pong, badminton, and wiffle ball.
🥒 It was invented in 1965 by Joel Pritchard, Bill Bell, and Barney McCallum near Seattle, WA.
🥒 Joan Pritchard named pickleball after the rowing term “pickle boat,” aka a crew made up of leftover rowers, because it throws together elements of different games.

Stay tuned for updates on the grand opening at 3365 S. Morgans Point Rd. We’ll see you on the courts.

Keep reading: The scoop on Crush Yard from Dan Levine, Director of Pickleball/Head Pro