The Maui News, January 22, 2022, KIHEI — Mark and Nancy Beach’s longtime dream is in the midst of developing. Makana Ale and Renee Zaima have jumped
on board to help.
The demand for the rapidly growing game of pickleball has taken off around the nation and Maui is no different. The
recent Maui Pukaball Tournament at Wailea Tennis Club drew 363 competitors, for example.
December 13, 2021, Maui, Hawaii - Great News for Maui Pickleball – Aloha Pickleball, LLC announces they will be building a pickleball, health and fitness
complex on a recently acquired 3 acre parcel adjacent to the Maui Brewing Company in the Maui Research & Technology Park in Kihei, Hawaii. The complex will
feature 15 dedicated lighted tournament pickleball courts. All courts will be equipped with the latest cushion court technology for cool comfortable play.
Pickleball is the fastest growing sport in North America and the demand for courts is growing exponentially. While this development alone, will not solve Maui’s
need for additional future courts, it will certainly help and will provide the community with a premier pickleball facility and much more.
Mark Beach, Chief Pickleball Officer for Aloha Pickleball, LLC said; “We are looking forward to serving the entire pickleball ohana with this new, world class
facility. We will be offering open, round robin, league and tournament play, as well as youth programs, lessons, clinics, and ratings from certified pickleball
instructors. The complex will also feature a state of the art fitness center and wonderful social spaces, making it a great place to host public
and private events.”
In addition to pickleball, the company is creating a health and fitness ohana, by offering leasable suites within the complex for other health and fitness
disciplines such as physical therapy, massage, chiropractor, yoga, Pilates, acupuncture, etc.