The Chiang Mai Gymkhana Club

Thailand’s Oldest Sports Club – Open to all

Squash
The first squash court, made entirely from teak, was erected in 1898 at the Chiang Mai Gymkhana Club in the first year of the organisations existence. Sadly, the court was demolished in 1985 after some 90 years of use

Today we have two courts with balcony viewing. Both courts have ceiling fans.

Booking

The squash courts are open to members and the public. There is no booking system just turn up and play. If there is a queue, play 3 sets only, then rotate.

Member Type Fee
Non Member ฿120 per hour
Member Guest ฿120 per hour
*Bookings Tel: No booking
Club office 053-241035

Other information

Racket hire: we have rackets for hire, although rather old, available from the Club Office.
Squash Balls: Occasionally available but not always – better to bring your own.
Shoes: IMPORTANT – shoes must be non-marking.
Scoring System: Set up to 11 points, every rally counts.
Number of Players: About 10-15 in total comprising both members and non-members.
Regular Meeting Times: Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays from about 4:30 p.m. onwards.
Facilities: Both before and after playing, non-members and visitors are very welcome to use the Gymkhana Club’s facilities (e.g., changing rooms, showers, veranda area, restaurant, etc.) except for the ‘Members Only’ bar inside the Clubhouse.

Squash History

The first squash competition conducted at the Chiang Mai Gymkhana Club was held in 1911 and known as the Lowe Cup.