Wednesday, April 17, 2013


There are 168 hours in the week. Of that, if you’re like me and need at least 8 hours of beauty sleep every night (not that it helps), that leaves 112 waking hours. I’ll give you a few hours a week where you no doubt want to putz around a golf course attempting to emulate Tiger Woods, Phil Mickleson or that new(ish) young Scot on the block Rory McIlroy, or maybe even Happy Gilmour, so I’ll knock off a few hours and should leave you with about 95 give or take. Add on BBQ’s, watching a few Tiger’s games, we’ll drop it down to a generous 80. We all work (kind of) so for a summer week, we’ll average 40 hours which leaves you another 40. So much time and you need to fill it with something, right??

Squash! All I’m asking is one hour per week of your time. Just one. Not even that. And, in fact, I’ll give you a couple of weeks off now and then. Summer League squash is bearing down on us. You know what the worst thing you can do for your squash between now and next season? Not play. Everything will suffer. Your touch, timing, fitness, waistline. So don’t waste all of your winter squash work –

The Summer League is scheduled for Monday evenings starting on May 13 – take note of the following important points:

  • All levels are invited to play. Beginner through advanced.
  • I will be putting the teams together. There will be 8 teams.
  • 64 players required. If I receive 72 registrations, I will expand it.
  • The season will be 7 weeks long, plus 2 weeks of finals.
  • The top 4 teams will advance to the finals.
  • Season ends on July 22
Registration deadline is May 3 – or until it is full. Don’t be left in the cold… errr, heat.

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