GAMMA Foam Quiet Balls

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For players that prefer to keep the noise level to a minimum, these foam balls are quieter than traditional pickleballs. They are not approved for tournament play but work well for drills and casual play.

Foam Quiet Ball by GAMMA

The Foam Quiet Ball by GAMMA Pickleball is a simple solution to the noise complaints about the sound of paddles hitting balls. This ball is made out of foam, greatly reducing the amount of noise produced on impact. However, the ball plays slightly different than the typical pickleball made from plastic. You won't get the characteristic pickleball pop from the Foam Quiet Ball. It can be used in casual games, drills, or practice but is not approved for official tournament use. This ball also works well for casual dink practice against indoor walls.

The Foam Quiet Ball is a bit smaller than a traditional pickleball. However, this difference is less than a tenth of an inch and is almost unnoticeable. It is the lightest ball on the market, weighing only 0.71 ounces. Those playing outside should pay special attention to weather conditions as wind can affect the movement of the ball. This ball does have a relatively good average bounce height of 32".

The Foam Quiet Ball is available in yellow only and sold in packages of six. Logo printed on ball may differ from picture.

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  • Gamma Balls

    Feb 1, 2023

    We purchased the balls for family fun and love them.


  • Foam Balls for the Win

    Sep 7, 2022

    I need practice, and these foam balls work great against my garage door. No dents, no marks. Well-made product. Even withstand Banjo, the bernedoodle, retrievals.

    Cindy Brady

  • Nice

    Jun 29, 2022

    Good to practice in the house.

    Nancy O

  • Perfect bounce

    Jun 17, 2022

    I bought these for quiet practice at home and they also bounce perfectly on our clay court.

    Marcia Thomas

  • Great Quiet Training Tool

    May 19, 2022

    Foam balls help with "at home" warm ups and training- without a lot of noise. I have purchased extra to give to other players for quiet practice when they are learning or are "on the road".

    Ranada Laughlin