PCH50 Pickleball Championships

PCH 50 presents Pickleball Championships benefiting Phoenix Children’s. Players and spectators will join PCH 50 at the JW Marriott Desert Ridge for four divisions of exciting pickleball games, with over $15,000 of prize money at stake!

The tournament is structured as group play format followed by a double elimination tournament.

Tournament Schedule:

9:00am: Intermediate Division
10:00am: Advanced Division
12:00pm: Celebrity Match – Drew Stanton vs. Luis Gonzalez
1:00pm: Pro Men Division
1:00pm: Pro Women Division
2:00pm: Beginner Division

Interested in becoming a sponsor, registering a team, or attending as a spectator?

Please RSVP to Andrew Cheney acheney@leearizona.com | 602.954.3769 and Allie Cebry acebry@phoenixchildrens.com | 602.933.2621

Check out our 2023 PCH 50 Pickleball Championships!

Sponsorships Available:

  • Presenting Sponsor
  • Swag Bag Sponsor
  • Pickleball Sponsor
  • Photo Sponsor
  • Prize Money Sponsors
  • Bloody Mary Sponsor
  • Champagne Sponsor
  • VIP Sponsor
  • Bar Sponsors
  • Food Sponsors
  • Scoreboard Sponsor
  • Celebrity Match Sponsor
  • Court Sponsors – $3,000 | 10 Available

Registration & Spectator Information

  • Beginner Division
    • No experience, comes with a lesson
    • $600 per team ($300 per player)
    • 16 teams
  • Intermediate Division
    • 3.0 – 4.0 skill level, social players
    • $600 per team ($300 per player)
    • 32 teams
  • Advanced Division
    • 4.0 – 5.0 skill level
    • $600 per team ($300 per player)
    • 16 teams
  • Pro Division
    • 5.0 and above skill level
    • $600 per team ($300 per player)
    • 16 teams
  • VIP Spectators
    • $150 per person
    • Private VIP area with food and open bar
    • All players will receive entry into the VIP
  • General Spectators
    • $25 per person
    • Admission to event

Prize Money

Pro division:
$5,000
$3,000
$2,000

Advanced Division:
$2,000
$1,000
$600

 

Beginner Division:
Best Outfits – $600

Intermediate Division:
$700
$500
$300

Paying by check? Make check payable to Phoenix Children’s Foundation.
Mailing address:
Phoenix Children’s Foundation
Attn: PCH50 Pickleball Tournament
2929 E. Camelback Road, Suite 122
Phoenix, AZ 85016

THANK YOU 2024 SPONSORS

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