25th June 2020

Torquay Adult Camp 2020



25th June 2020
09:00 AM

age range



All Levels


78 Barton Road

June 25-28

Our second edition of Torquay Summer Adult Squash Camp is set to take place in June of 2020. With the first year being a hit amongst our visitors, we will dive into the beautiful coastal city of Torquay once again to deliver 4 days of great squash experience.

From 4 hours of squash a day, evening meals alongside the wonderful Torquay harbour, extra sports activities on a Saturday afternoon followed by an evening group meal. It is all set to bring another amazing experience with Elite squash.

Our Elite squash Lead Coach, Filip Madaric will be delivering the program alongside a guest coach from Bristol. We will be focusing on 3 key areas of development:

  1. Movement and Flow
  2. Serve and Return
  3. Zone play

Keep an eye out for this page and our social media as we will keep adding more amazing content about our summer camp.

To book an early spot, check below.

Option 1 = Daily coaching + lunch each day + saturday activity

Option 2 = Accommodation + daily coaching + lunch each day + saturday activity

For more details and any questions, please get in touch with Filip directly, filip@elitesquash.com


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