Austin’s New Pickleball Club Brings Luxury to the Courts
Get ready to hit the courts in style at Other Racquet Social Club with a full-service bar and food offerings
In the vibrant heart of Austin enters Other Racquet Social Club, a haven for pickleball enthusiasts and social butterflies alike. Imagine Radio Coffee and Beer meets Comic Coffee + Beer Garden, with a dash of country club class — that’s the vibe Matt Wolski, the founder of Other Racquet, promises to deliver. Wolski of Pursuit Concepts and owner of Austin favorites such as Idle Hands, Parlor and Yard, and Not a Damn Chance Burgers, envisioned a space that transcends the ordinary, where the thrill of the game converges with the comforts of a social oasis.
Other Racquet Social Club, set to open to the public in mid-December at 2717 Manor Road, boasts a full-service bar, offering a selection of craft beers, cocktails, and non-alcoholic refreshments. As you engage in intense matches or cheer on your friends, food trucks will be on hand to satisfy your cravings.
A Pickleball Paradise
Nestled among the sycamore and live oak trees in the heart of Austin, Other Racquet Social Club is a cozy and accessible place to play pickleball any time of year. Each court comes complete with shaded cabanas equipped with TVs, misters to beat the summer heat, and heaters to keep the winter chill at bay.
Exclusive Membership Perks
Becoming a member comes with great perks such as priority access to book courts 10 days in advance with no additional booking charge, and exclusive access during peak times. Members also gain entry to the Members’ Clubhouse fully equipped with showers, lockers, and a lounge complete with a complimentary beer fridge. Private member events, tournaments, and monthly complimentary lessons and workshops by professional players add to the allure. Upon joining the Founders Club, members receive a swag bag brimming with branded products from partners like Criquet Shirts, Tangerine Pickleball, Zilker Belts, Yeti, and more.
Memberships are available now, but act fast as only 75 spots are up for grabs on a first-come-first-serve basis.
Matt Wolski’s Vision: A Solution to Austin’s Pickleball Woes
Wolski, pickleball aficionado and long-time player, understands Austin pickleball enthusiasts’ struggles with securing court reservations and the lack of comfortable, spacious spaces to play. His latest venture has created the ultimate solution to those problems, and the club is poised to redefine racquet sport facilities.