2016 Canadian Doubles Squash Championships
MARCH 30 - APRIL 3, 2016
THE GLENCOE CLUB • CALGARY, ALBERTA
“The first time in 82 years that this event has been held in Alberta”
Doubles squash, also referred to as Hardball doubles, was invented in Philadelphia in 1907. Today there are four major doubles organizations overseeing more than 15,000 players in North America. It has been a fixture of Canadian Squash since the early 1930s. Five Canadian provinces (British Columbia, Alberta, Manitoba, Ontario, and Quebec) house all 45 courts in the country. The Canadian Doubles National Championships have been played every year since 1934, with the exception of 1938.
2016 will be the first time this tournament has ever been held in Alberta … that’s 82 years!! It’s our turn!! This prestigious tournament has primarily been hosted in Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver due to the huge popularity and numerous courts available in those areas. We expect to attract 180 male and female players of all skill levels and ages from across Canada and the US. It is only with the addition of the new doubles court at The Glencoe Club, which now brings the total number of courts in Calgary to four, that we are able to host this calibre of tournament with the help of our friends at The Calgary Winter Club, The Bow Valley Club and World Health Edgemont.
Information & registration at squash.ca by 11:59 pm, March 16, 2016.