Head Squash Professional
$45 for 45 min | $60 for 60 min
Assistant Squash Professional
$45 for 45 min | $60 for 60 min
$40 for 40 min
This shop will service your squash playing needs. We stock racquets, protective eyewear, grips, shoes, clothing, bags, and other squash and tennis related items. Courtside will beat any price in the city and stands behind the quality of merchandise being sold. We can also order most products that are not currently stocked in the shop. Please drop by if you are looking for any squash or tennis items.
To offer the best combination of lessons, leagues, and socials to ensure each member has their needs taken care of, resulting in a conductive environment for playing squash and spending time in the club.
Current squash members can attend a drop-in time at no cost. World Health members that are checked-in by a current squash member, the drop-in rate is $10, while non-members checking-in with a current squash member will pay a guest fee of $15.
Format: Round-robin play, no booking required.
This is a program where you register online and are placed into a box with four other individuals. You organize your matches at the convenience of both players over a four week period. This league runs all year round. However, the sessions during the spring and summer run more than four weeks.
Women’s evenings are fun social events, typically with a theme and charitable event. We play squash from 6–8pm, and then head up to the lounge afterward for food, drinks, and lots of laughs. It is open to the first 24 players who enrol on Game Time. Every level welcome. Jonathan or one of the squash professionals will be on hand to organize round-robin play.
• Doubles Interclub – Thursdays: 5:30–9:30pm
• B League – Wednesdays: 5:30–9:30pm
• C League – Mondays: 5:30–9:30pm
We run a mixed doubles drop-in Friday afternoons and Saturday mornings.
Adult & Rules Clinic
We offer a variety of Adult Squash Clinics throughout the season. We advertise through our member email distribution or on the squash notice board. As well, a free rules clinic is available to all World Health Members once per season in November. If you require further details, please contact Jonathan Hill or Camren Fishenden.
We offer a variety of tournaments throughout the squash season. They include in-house tournaments, junior tournaments, provincial and national tournaments. Our most popular tournament is the Annual World Health Club Championships which usually happen in March or April. This gives you an opportunity to play members of your own level and to attend the Annual Awards Dinner and Party.
Thursday Night Team League
Our most popular league; the Thursday night team league runs in eight-week cycles from September to April, and each cycle is restricted to the first 64 players that register. Teams are made up of four players; men and women.
All team matches begin at 6:45pm. On the final night of each cycle, there will be playoffs as well as a meal and beverages in the restaurant.
Cost: $35 + GST (includes prizes,
dinner, and a beverage)
This league has various start times from September through April.
Interclub is played on Tuesday nights. Players are placed on a team of six people from September through April. Teams play every second Tuesday. For home games, some teams will start at 6:45pm and others will start at 8:15pm.
World Health has the following levels: Women’s 1–5, Men’s 1–13
If you have missed the sign-up deadline, or can’t fully commit, there are many opportunities to be involved by signing up as a sub.
This is a very popular game in the UK and is spreading worldwide — played by all levels of players.
British racquetball is very similar to squash but is played with a slightly larger racquet and a bigger, bouncier ball, making it easy to get a rally going. This ensures a good workout for both players. The rules for both squash and racquetball are identical, except for the serve. You must bounce the ball and are allowed to hit under the service line.
Junior Squash Program
Register in the binder at the beginning of August and on-going for the rest of the year through Jonathan. Our junior programs are designed to accommodate players of all levels and ages. There are many progressions to these programs, so players might be moved throughout the year. If you need help in deciding which program works for you, contact Jonathan Hill. The junior program runs from September through June.
|Level||Classes – Session 1|
|Teen Squash||Monday 5:00-6:00pm|
|High Performance||Wednesday 4:30-6:00pm
Note: Calling on parents who would like to come to the intermediate or elite squash program as an extra coach/motivator. This would certainly enhance our program. Please talk to Jonathan.
Online Booking and Registration
All World Health Members use GameTime to book squash courts and to register for adult programs, leagues, socials, and tournaments. To access the site, please click below:
Orientations are available for all new tennis members upon joining. An orientation will last approximately 20 minutes and involves going on the court to play one game and then reviewing the ladder system and integrating the new member into what program fits for them. They are run by the Associate Professionals and can be booked by phoning the squash office.
Find out about all of our programs and events by joining our e-mail list. Contact Jonathan Hill at firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the e-mail list.
Policies & Procedures
Court Booking Procedures
• Squash court booking are on a 7-day advance booking available online on Game Time
Court Cancellation Policy
• You must notify the club of a court cancellation at least two hours prior to court time, or the member who booked the court will be charged a $10 fee unless another member takes your court time. “No Show Fee” will be charged in the future.
• Attire suitable for court activity, which would include court skirt or racquet shorts, a clean t-shirt, short-sleeved shirt with a collar, sweater/sweatshirt, or warm-ups.
• Absolutely no street shoes or black-soled runners permitted. There will be a $300 cleaning charge if a court is marked up.
• No cut-offs, aerobic wear (spandex, muscle shirts, tights/leotard)
• If you are wearing improper squash attire, you will be asked to go and change.