(by Steve Hopkins)
Princeton Pong’s 10,000 square foot table tennis facility is in Princeton Junction, New Jersey. They are located between Philadelphia and New York City – centered in one of the largest population centers in the United States. The elite facility features 14 professional tables, custom sport flooring, high ceilings, great lighting, a player’s lounge and a great attitude.
The mission of Princeton Pong is to encourage a community of table tennis enthusiasts. This is a unique environment where players of all levels can embrace their passion for the sport, develop their skills – from serious players to families looking for something fun to do.
The club has a focus on coaching with the schedule for group lessons and camps posted on their website. The head coach is David Zhuang, an Olympian and 6-time US Champion. Zhuang’s talented coaching staff includes Ying Peng, Fabian Vallejos, and Jasmine Guan.
There are currently two league nights per week. The Tuesday league is for players rated 1000 and above and the Saturday league is open to players of all ages and skill levels. League sign-ups close at 7:15 and play begins promptly at 7:30 pm. New league players should plan to arrive 1 hour before competition starts in order to receive an initial league rating.
The club offers memberships and drop-in rates. USATT sanctioned tournaments are held every month for players of all skill levels and ages. The next tournament is March 13-14.
The club also offers Birthday Parties, Corporate Events & Meetings and can accommodate special meeting needs.
Established in 2014. The club was opened by an avid table tennis enthusiast and entrepreneur, Flint Lane. His was joined by David Zhuang, and together they created a great spot to play ping pong. The intention is to grow a community business while nurturing enjoyment of the sport.
Princeton Pong is located at 745 Alexander Rd., Princeton Junction, NJ 08550
Contact: email@example.com | 609-987-8500
Tues/Wed/Fri 3:00 PM – 9:30 PM
Mon/Thu 11:00 AM – 9:30 PM
Sat / Sun 12:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Have you seen Butterfly’s recent interview with Princeton Pong’s David Zhuang?