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Our HDS3 high density sweet spot system is welded in place in the polymer honeycomb core and then encased in our rigid polyurethane foam.
It is positioned right where you most often hit the ball for maximum power.

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The SNIPER, a “Quiet” Power paddle

Made with HDS3 technology in the USA
Our SNIPER paddle is very quiet and has our largest sweet spot for maximum power.
It has more power with less weight than traditional paddles.
Average weight 7.5 oz.
Comes with high quality cushioned grips.
Meets all USAPA paddle specifications for sanctioned tournament play.
Innovative single piece patent pending molded construction
– No de laminating
– No loose butt caps
– No loose edge guards
Durable cosmetics
– Printed on vinyl with poly-carbonate coating for long life

The game started during the summer of 1965 on Bainbridge Island, Washington, at the home of then State Representative Joel Pritchard who, in 1970, was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives for the State of Washington. He and two of his friends, Bill Bell and Barney McCallum, returned from golf and found their families bored one Saturday afternoon. They attempted to set up badminton, but no one could find the shuttlecock. They improvised with a Wiffle ball, lowered the badminton net, and fabricated paddles of plywood from a nearby shed.

Although some sources claim that the name “Pickleball” was derived from that of the Pritchard’s family dog, Pickles, other sources state that the name actually came from the term “pickle boat”, referring to the last boat to return with its catch. According to Joan Pritchard, Joel Pritchard’s wife, the name came “after I said it reminded me of the Pickle Boat in crew where oarsmen were chosen from the leftovers of other boats. Somehow the idea the name came from our dog Pickles was attached to the naming of the game, but Pickles wasn’t on the scene for two more years. The dog was named for the game.

The pickleball court is similar to a doubles badminton court. The actual size of the court is 20×44 feet for both doubles and singles. The net is hung at 36 inches on the ends, and 34 inches at center. The court is striped like a tennis court, with no alleys; but the outer courts, and not the inner courts, are divided in half by service lines. The inner courts are non-volley zones and extend 7 feet from the net on either side


The SNIPER, a “Quiet” Power paddle
Made with HDS3 technology in the USA
Our SNIPER paddle is very quiet and has our largest sweet spot for maximum power.


Truly “REVOLUTIONARY” Paddle Design

High performance, proprietary, molded polyurethane foam
Innovative, patent pending, molded in High Density Sweet Spot System
Single piece construction
no delaminating
no loose butt caps
Molded-in edge guard
Durable Cosmetics – Printed on Vinyl with Poly-carbonate coating for long life

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More power with less weight
More control without losing power
Patented “High Density Sweet Spot System”
Very quiet, no honeycomb “drum effect”
Excellent for both indoor and outdoor play
light weight for exceptional quickness.
High quality grips on all models
Meets all USAPA specifications
Made in the USA, grips sourced