A nationally ranked tennis player, Ansboury discovered Pickleball in 2014 and was instantly hooked. She entered her first national Pickleball tournaments in 2015 and earned Gold and Silver at the September 2015 Tournament of Champions.
In November, she medaled four times at the USAPA National Tournament including winning Gold in the Women’s Doubles Open with her friend and partner, Gigi LeMaster.
Jamie Shrier Whiting
Jamie attended Northern Colorado where she played tennis and basketball and was awarded the Kodak All American for basketball. She has developed and coached physical education programs in the schools and athletic programs.
For the last 4 years she's taught pickleball for a number of programs in the Maryland area. She's placed in numerous pickleball tournaments and most notably in the US Open last year with Sarah Mitten.
Sarah is a native of Devon, England. She came to the U.S. in 1987 on a tennis scholarship to MSU. A Wimbledon qualifier and All-SEC Scholar-Athlete, she had a long and successful career as a tennis professional. Before coming to Palmetto Dunes she was the former Tennis Pro-Director at the Olympic Tennis Center in Stone Mountain, GA, The Homestead in VA, Dorado Beach, and Cerromar, PR.
Sarah is also one of the founding instructors of the Palmetto Dunes Tennis & Pickleball Center where she is lead instructor of the pickleball intermediate and advanced programs, and a 4.5 level tournament player in her spare time.
Pickleball lessons and clinics
If you’ve been playing for years, or you’ve never even heard of pickleball, the Palmetto Dunes Tennis & Pickleball Center has a class or lesson plan to help you improve your play, and your enjoyment of this exciting game.
Pickleball Tips on YouTube
Learn from Palmetto Dunes’ Director of Pickleball Instruction Sarah Ansboury with three fun video tips to help you improve your game.