Welcome to Dorking Lawn Tennis and Squash Club!

We are a members’ club with a family friendly atmosphere, excellent modern facilities for tennis, squash and racketball, a small gym and regular social activities, and cater for all age groups and standards.

Established in 1912 as the Dorking and District Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, we became the Dorking Lawn Tennis and Squash Club in 1975.   Situated in the centre of the Mole Valley, the Club is surrounded by areas of outstanding natural beauty, including the famous Box Hill and Leith Hill beauty spots.

As well as regular social tennis and squash, both of which are played throughout the year, the club has an active squash league and annual tennis and squash tournaments.  The club is represented at a high level in county tennis and squash leagues.

In July 2010 the Club achieved accreditation to the coverted LTA ‘Tennis Clubmark’ standard and in November won the title ‘Mole Valley Sports Club of the Year – 2010’, awarded annually by the Mole Valley Sports Council.

Juniors are encouraged to play, almost as soon as they can hit a ball, in a nurturing, friendly and family atmosphere where they can develop to their full potential, whatever their ability.  We are LTA ‘mini tennis’ accredited which allows even the youngest children to learn to play with confidence and enjoyment.  Several of our juniors have represented the club at county level tennis and squash.

For further details, and information on how to join, do please browse our website or contact the Club Administrator.  If you have the time, you will be most welcome to visit the Club and ask to be shown around.

Club News & Events

Squash Chairman's Newsletter - 4th November 2016

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