The Durbanville squash club complex is situated 27 km from CBD Cape Town, just off the N1 highway & is very easy accessible. Durbanville lies in the beautiful Cape countryside with several top wine estates around it.The club is situated approximately 8 min from big Tyger Valley shopping centre.
Durbanville Squash Club – main entrance
Large parking area outside club. Several Guest Houses & Lodges in vicinity.
The Club has excellent and user friendly facilities.
- Club complies to International Standards in respect of lighting.
- The club has five courts. Main court – glass back. Seating for 120 spectators. Behind large window a further 30 standing. On side of court on balcony 15, giving a total 165.
- Club has facilities to take live play with TV camera to project direct on two smaller TV’s and big screen, which then gives a further +- 60 spectators view of play. PA system available.
- All other courts have sufficient spectator space from balcony.
- The club has recently undergone a complete “facelift” with outside & inside repaint, all court floors sanded & repainted. Inside of clubhouse refitted with new carpets.
- The club has a large bar and entertainment area. (Approximately 100 people can be seated at tables for functions.)
- Club has a fully fitted kitchen with stove, microwave & fridges with serving hatches.
- Club has a sauna.
- Club has an on site Pro-Shop with restringing facility.
- Durbanville Squash Club previously staged the following tournaments:
- Internationals between SA vs Wales. SA vs Netherlands.
- Fourth World Deaf Squash Championships 2007.
- Several Western Province Open Tournaments.
- As one of the two biggest clubs in WP, DBV participates in ladies, men's and Masters leagues.
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Poster of world deaf squash championships at Durbanville Squash Club
Seven countries participated in team, individual, men’s & ladies sections.
SA vs England – during World Deaf Champs at Durbanville.
The SA men’s team lost to England, the eventual winners.
Ladies Final of WP Open at DBV - 2010
Milnay Louw (left) and Siyoli Lusaseni (Waters) – right. Both SA National players.
Viewing Balcony behind court 3 at DBV
Sufficient viewing space behind all courts.
Seating behind Main Court at DBV
Seating gallery behind main glass back court.
View from back of court 1
Seating for 120 spectators.