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Whether you are a beginner, intermediate or advanced squash player, our courts and membership are the place to be. Our five squash courts have been described as some of the best in the South West by England Squash and Racketball, three of which are glass backed. We offer group and individual coaching with our Squash and Racketball Professional, Mike Harris. From a social point of view, there are lots of friendly tournaments, but if you want to compete or improve then you can take up coaching with our team of highly qualified and experienced coaches or join the ladders and compete on a wider scale.
Squash is a social sport that keeps your fitness levels high, burning more calories than any other sport. Squash uses all your major muscle groups and promotes a high level of flexibility.
Racketball is the fastest growing racket sport in the country as it’s similar to squash but is simpler to play and easier on the body. Racketball and squash are available for all our Racket Members to play, along with tennis, and is actually very popular with tennis players on rainier days!
Whether you are new to squash or already play at competitive level, you’ll receive a warm welcome by our friendly players. There is a real sense of camaraderie amongst the squash players at Exeter Golf and Country Club, with regular club nights, friendly tournaments, get-togethers in the bar and dinner events.
An England Squash and Racketball Level 2 Squash Coach sponsored by Karakal, Mike Harris has been ranked as high as 115th in the world. Mike is the current and four-time Devon Squash Champion and a member of the Bristol Premier League Squash Team. He is also the current Devon Racketball Number One and UK Number Six.
He has coached two British Junior National Champions, is currently one of England Squash and Racketball’s South West Area Academy Coaches and has worked with players at all levels from under 9s to professional male and female players.
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