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Inspired By The Badminton At The Olympics?

Team GB’s Chris Langridge and Marcus Ellis win bronze in the Men’s Doubles at Rio 2016 (above)

Inspired By The Badminton At The Olympics?

Team GB’s Chris Langridge and Marcus Ellis win bronze in the Men’s Doubles at Rio 2016 (above)

Martlet Badminton Club Woking

Teams compete in the Woking & Guildford District Badminton Leagues. 
Club nights on Fridays from 7.30pm to 10pm. 
No junior section or beginners. 
Affiliated to the Surrey County Badminton Association
and The Badminton Association Of England.

Martlet Badminton Club Woking Surrey

The club does not have a juniors section, but has many young players who have progressed from local junior clubs, having received coaching to a high standard.

Martlet is a mixed club. Compared to a lot of badminton clubs which struggle to get many lady players, we have a good representation of ladies playing to a high standard in both Ladies Doubles & Mixed Doubles matches.

The club uses feather shuttles in both club games and league matches.

Club nights on Fridays are usually on 2 courts, with home matches taking place on the other 2 courts, but there are days when all 4 courts can be used for club sessions. When matches finish, those courts also become available for club use and team players can join in the club session.

Play at Woking High School
Morton Road, Horsell,
Woking, Surrey GU21 4TJ
but see below regarding access

Access to Sports Hall – from the rear of the school, not the front entrance – use Horsell Rise.

Contact: Rich Harwin (Chairman) 07919 392 657
please mention the All About Weybridge website

Important Standard Guidance (Editor’s Note):
Martlet Badminton Club is a friendly mixed club playing a strong level of competitive badminton.
Almost all players in the club regularly play league matches against other clubs or are of a standard where they have the potential to progress to compete at this level.

The club welcomes visitors and new members, but due to the above it is best suited to strong players with league experience, not beginners or some intermediate players who might find the level too strong.

I can recommend the Hinchley Wood Monday Club for players whose standard is intermediate to strong, wishing to play social, not league badminton.

Club Affiliated to The Badminton Association of England

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