Welcome to Tring Squash Club, a member's club with a friendly atmosphere and great value for money. Our 4 courts and popular bar are located in the Pendley Sports Centre on Cow Lane. The club has mens teams playing squash in Herts leagues 1,2 & 4 as well as a veterans team in Middlesex league 1. There is also a ladies team playing in the Herts and Bucks leagues. We support a number of junior teams ranging from U9 to U19. We also have racketball teams playing in Bucks leagues 1 & 2.
Tournaments, club nights, adult and junior coaching and social events make this a popular club with both ambitious and social squash players.
On the 26th September 2011 we opened our Brand New glass back court with a fantastic display of squash from the current world number 1 squash player James Wilstrop and the world number 25 player Saurav Ghosal. Here is a video snippet displaying their incredible squash skills on YouTube.
On the 14th March 2014 our glass back court hosted another fantastic display of squash from the current world number 9 squash player Peter Barker and the world number 28 player Tom Richards. Please visit the TSC YouTube Video Channel to watch their match.
The club is thinking about the next 5+ years and how the club will need to change. Club members, please take the time to help your club by completing the survey.
Arnold Homes Tring Open, 9th to 14th May 2017 - World Class Squash Tournament in Tring
Members and supporters of Tring Squash Club enjoyed a feast of squash week when players from all over the world entered the Arnold Homes Tring Open Professional Squash Association Tournament 2017. After two days of qualifying rounds, the main competition started on Thursday 11 May 2017. The strong number 1 seed Declan James is ranked number 35 in the world, Raphael Kandra from Germany was the number 2 seed and the number 3 seed was Joel Makin the under 23 British Champion. The surprise early star of the tournament was 18 year old Ahsan Ayaz from Pakistan who entered as an qualifier. Ashan is the Number 1 junior player in the world this year and rapidly destroyed the reputations of players older and more experienced in the early rounds in which he defeated two seeded players. His phenomenal run of success came to an end in the semi-final when he went out to the prodigious talent of Declan James. The other semi-final was between Joel Makin and Greg Lobban, the Scottish player seeded fifth in the competition, who was returning from a serious injury. Greg comfortably won the match in a sparkling display of power squash. Exhibition Matches between Alison Waters the England Number 3 ranked woman and two Tring members started off finals day. The Men’s final proved to be a match of great skill and determination. It lived up to its promise but the superior play of the British player James eventually forced Lobban into mistakes and Declan James emerged a comfortable 3-1 winner.