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May 22, 2024

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The exterior of Crush Yard, located in Charleston, gives a hint of what it will look like when it opens in Brentwood, TN in January, 2025.

Crush Yard Coming to Brentwood Place

A pickleball paradise is coming to Brentwood with lots of family options.

If you’ve wondered what’s to become of the old Kroger location at Brentwood Place in Brentwood, wonder no more. It’s going to be a massive pickleball venue when Crush Yard opens in that space early next year. Crush Yard is already up and running in Charleston, S.C. New spots are currently in the works planned for Tennessee in addition to Florida. Brentwood Place’s 33,000-square-foot spot will soon house numerous pickleball courts, a restaurant and more.

Crush Yard

Artist rendering of the self-serve beverage bar at Crush Yard Charleston.

Crush Yard Aims to Be a Pickleball Paradise

Of course, the main event will be pickleball and there will be plenty of it all day long from 11 a.m. – 10 p.m. Classes for all levels of players will be available on an ongoing basis for adults and teens. There will also be Spring Leagues for men and women, summer camps for kids and family game nights. Uniquely, the venue will offer self-pour beverage options for adults 21 and over with wristbands you’ll purchase for sampling or more. A game arcade will round out the fun options for families.

Membership Options

Two different levels of membership (as shown on the Charleston Crush Yard website) are offered:

Crush Membership ($149 a month) includes unlimited play between 6 and 11 a.m. every day. This level of membership also include unlimited coffee and soft drinks, court reservations up to four weeks in advance and the weekend brunch buffet. A 20 percent discount will apply to everything you buy at Crush Yard and you can add other

The Crush Yard restaurant will feature a weekend brunch and more dining options.

members of your household onto your membership for $45 per person a month.

— A Yard Membership ($12 a month) includes unlimited coffee and soft drinks, court reservations up to three weeks in advance and a 10 percent discount on purchases.

 

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