Why Not Give it a Try?

Croquet is a fascinating game played by men and women of all ages. It is a summer sport played on a grass court the size of two tennis courts. It is a game which requires ball skills and tactics and is very social.
Bath Croquet Club has four full sized lawns and is based in the centre of Bath on the Recreation Ground, opposite Bath Rugby.
We will be holding our annual Open Day in conjunction with Dorothy House on Saturday 22nd April 2017 and our popular 'Introduction to Croquet' course starts on Saturday 29th April, running for five consecutive Saturday mornings. The cost of the 2017 course is just £25.
Please see here for further information.

Three out of Three for Federation Central Team

July 22nd 2017

Bath defeated Nailsea 5-2 in thir third match of the season and replaced them at the top of the table. An impressive morning saw Bath go into lunch 3-0 up and just requiring one more win to take the match. Philip de Glanville secured this point with a comfortable win and a further point was

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Narrow win for High Handicap GC Team

June 28th 2017

The High Handicap GC team played their second game of the season at home to Broadwas. The match was played in a friendly spirit and despite losing the opening doubles matches Bath fought back with 100% record in the first round of singles matches.At lunch Broadwas held a one point lead.The match continued to be

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Success for Intermediate Team

June 19th 2017

The clubs Intermediate AC team entertained East Dorset at the Rec last Saturday. In the morning session Philip de Glanville and Lorne Loxterkamp won their doubles match and Bob Hart his singles to give a 2-0 lead at lunch. Lorne and Philip both won their singles in the afternoon.The final result was 4-1 to Bath.

Three out of Three for GC Central North team

June 19th 2017

The clubs GC Handicap Central North team continued their progress with a third win of the season at home to Weston-super-Mare. Lorne Loxterkamp with three singles wins and one doubles success led the way with Miriam Bolger, Elaine Morrison and Pete Riley each contributing two singles wins as well as some doubles successes. Tony Curson

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High Handicap Team finally complete their match at Cheltenham

June 13th 2017

The GC High Handicap team visited Cheltenham for their first match of the season on 17 May. The weather was atrocious with heavy rain and standing water on the lawns and the game was abandoned at lunch, although many thought it should have been stopped sooner, with the score 6.5 to 3.5 to Cheltenham. The

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