Squash

Boughton Park Squash Club is Worcester’s leading squash & racketball facility. Part of Worcester Golf and Country Club, the squash section is a sociable one, catering for all ages and abilities.

Want to join? If, after reading this page, you are interested in joining Boughton Park Squash Club, please contact us via one of the options below:
E-mail: secretary@worcestergcc.co.uk
Telephone: 01905 422555
Address: Worcester Golf & Country Club, Boughton Park, WR2 4EZ

Pricelist and Direct Debit form – DOWNLOAD HERE

Squash & Racketball Facilities: The club boasts two squash courts that have recently had both walls and floor refurbished. A new heating system has also been installed, which means the courts are on par with the best in the county.
Membership & Pricing: Squash and racketball members are known at the club as ‘Racket Members’. Racket Members have unlimited use of 2 x squash courts, 4 x hard tennis courts, 3 x grass tennis courts and access to the main clubhouse changing rooms & lounge bar.
Our membership rates are competitive, with prices ranging from £188 per year for a full adult, to just £25 per year for a junior. For our full pricelist please CLICK HERE.
Club Night: All new members are invited to visit club night, every Tuesday, starting at 7:00pm. This provides an excellent opportunity for new members to play a couple of social games against existing members.
Booking System: Squash and racketball members also have access to the club’s new online booking system. The system allows members to book a court from the comfort of their own home up to 4 weeks ahead.
County League Team: The club has a squash team that plays in the Worcestershire Squash League – the team are currently playing in Div. 2 following promotion from Div. 3 in 2012/13, for more info CLICK HERE.
If you wish to play in the league team please e-mail – joe.guyatt@live.co.uk
Internal Competitions: There are internal box ladders for both squash & racketball and annual tournaments such as the ‘Darcy Hughes Trophy’ (the club’s handicap tournament), ‘Neville South Cup’ (Captain’s Team vs Vice Captain’s team tournament) and ‘The Club Championship’ (the club’s premier knockout tournament). This means that any players wanting competitive squash and racketball will have plenty of options available to them throughout the season.
New to squash and racketball? If you are completely new to both squash and racketball view the following videos for some background and tips:
How to play squash CLICK HERE
A guide to playing squash  CLICK HERE 
Professional Squash Rally CLICK HERE
Professional Squash Rally 2 CLICK HERE 

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