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Have a Hit

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Have a Hit experiences are the perfect way to become inspired, learn about the many opportunities available in squash and sign up for more. Experience the different club programmes, social activities and facilities in a fun, relaxed and enjoyable environment while meeting some of your local squash family. Bring your friends and family members along to the local club and enjoy a game of squash together.

Ways to Play - Have a Hit


Insights and advice

Tips

  • Give participants a great experience by creating a fun and relaxed environment.
  • Make participants aware of options your club offers (programmes, facilities and membership offers).
  • Collect participant details on a registration form so you can follow up.
  • Letterbox drop – aim for Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
  • Make sure you have signage outside your club.
  • Use word of mouth (bring a friend competitions).
  • Contact local media to promote a FREE event.

Ideas

  • Hold 2-3 Have a Hit days each year to increase exposure in the community.
  • Hold your Have a Hit days on days and at times that don’t clash with other major commitments.
  • Have the bar open, fire up the BBQ and provide refreshments (tea, coffee, juice, baking).
  • Play lots of fun games / challenges.
  • Provide a timetable showing the programmes to be run (30 min taster sessions).
  • Have spot prizes and giveaways (donated from local businesses).
  • Have coaches on hand who can give friendly (basic) advice.
  • Make sure everyone has fun.

Post Have a Hit

Some ideas as to how you can follow on from your Have a Hit day(s):

Ways to Play Have a Hit post programme - web


Looking to offer Have a Hit?

We've got all the resources to help you market Have a Hit effectively from posters to images to logos here.


Frequently asked questions

What do I need to bring?
All you need is comfortable workout clothes, supportive shoes, a drink bottle and a sweat towel.

How often should I play squash?
For the best results we suggest you get on court at least twice a week. Take a look at our videos to help you learn the basics, or chat to a fellow club member for some tips.

How experienced do I need to be?
The great news is that squash can be for people who have never played before, those who have received some basic coaching or participants returning after a long absence. It only takes a few sessions before you will start to feel comfortable on the court so don’t give up!

What if I can’t do the moves?
The technique for squash is super simple so even the most inexperienced player will pick it up in no time. Your coach is there to work with you and provide you with challenges that meet your needs. You’ll find your skills and fitness will improve over a number of sessions.


Become a coach

We're always looking for people with a high degree of enthusiasm and a willingness to help other people fall in love with squash. You can find out all you need to know on our coaching pages.


Ready for action?

Locate your nearest squash court here.


More programmes

Check out the other ways to play squash here.

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