Badminton Stringer Course – Epsom (close to M25) – Saturday 21st October 2023
October 21 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm£199.00
This is another opportunity to join one of our very popular Badminton specialist stringer courses based in the South of England at Ebbisham Sports Club in Epsom, Surrey.
Your course tutor will be Martin Creasey, a very experienced racket technician and current Surrey Countyhttps://goo.gl/maps/9pkdcn9rufxFDYxV8 and England Masters Badminton player. He will take you through all of the racket servicing skills for badminton stringing and by the end of the day you will be able to string badminton rackets to a good standard. The course is suitable for those new to stringing, or those already stringing and who wish to enhance their skills and knowledge.
If you have your own machine, please bring it to practice on. We will check this is correctly set up for you. An electronic and manual crank machine will also be provided for those who do not yet have their own machine.
You may bring along your own rackets to work on if you wish and practice rackets and string will also be provided. There is a lot to cover and we will tailor the course according to your needs.
The Course starts at 9.30am and finishes at 5.00pm.
Course fee of £199 includes one years UKRSA membership which allows you to access the UKRSA Technical Forum where you will be able to chat about rackets and strings. No matter what problem you may come across, someone there has already got the answer! UKRSA members have access to lots of product discounts from many brands.
Food – Bring along a packed lunch
Certification will be awarded at the end of the day if the right level of skills and knowledge is achieved.
You will have a wonderful day of learning, something to look back on in years to come.
If you are interested in a badminton stringer course in the south of England but cannot make this date, please see the list of other scheduled courses or contact the course tutor Martin Creasey .
Where possible, we will try to arrange additional courses according to the level of demand.