Compass Draw Pickleball Tournament

(This is not an SJPA sponsored event)

Registration for the Summer Compass Draw Pickleball Tournament League Now Open! (Tournament Starts May 17th)

Register by May 5th to take advantage of the Early Bird price of just $20 per player!  After May 5th, the price is $25 per player (still a bargain!).

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Here is where things stand as of today (May 2nd):

  • Women’s 3.0 Doubles:  2 teams registered, 6 spots available
  • Women’s 3.5+ Doubles:  2 teams registered, 6 spots available
  • Men’s 3.5+ Doubles: 4 teams registered, 4 spots available
  • 3.0 Mixed Doubles:  1 team registered, 7 spots available
  • 3.5+ Mixed Doubles:  4 teams registered, 4 spots available

Looking for a doubles partner?  We have a PartnerFinder list to help you out!

The word has been getting out about this tournament league all over Brunswick County, including at St. James, Waterford, Brunswick Forest, Oak Island, Southport, the HOP, and even Ocean Isle Beach and Carolina Shores!  Many people tend to wait until the start date gets closer.  So, if you think you want to play, grab your spot now!


  • You play one match every ten days in the local Brunswick County area.  Flexible format fits everyone’s schedule.
  • Intuitive website makes it easy to register for tournaments, enter scores, and follow the progress of other players.
  • Automated email reminder system lets you know when your next opponent has been identified.
  • Compass Draw tournament format means you keep playing, even when you lose
  • Everyone gets at least 5 scheduled matches (more in larger divisions or if you keep winning).  It also means your matches get more and more competitive each round.
  • Prizes awarded to the winners of the main and consolation brackets.
  • Membership is Free!

It only takes a minute to register on the website ( and it is completely free!  You only pay for any specific tournaments you choose to enter.

Even if you don’t plan on playing in the upcoming tournament, you should still become a member.  This will ensure you are kept informed about any new tournaments and will also let you follow the tournament to see how your friends (or rivals) are doing.

Check out the videos on the website landing page (  They will help you and your friends really understand how this tournament works.  You can also find these on YouTube:

Tom Polk: