2016 Pacific Coast Doubles Championships

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Pacific Coast Doubles Squash Championships

January 28-31, 2016

Players: It was one of the best Pacific Coast Doubles Squash Championships in recent memory hosted in San Francisco. Over 80 participants entered in 8 competitive classes. For the three days of the tournament, the two courts at the University Club and the one court at the Olympic Club were filled to capacity.

Special thanks to Urban Green Investments for being the sponsor. And thanks to our patrons Bingham, Osborn, and Scarborough, Charlie Maddison, and George Meyer.

A note from our sponsor:

Dear Tournament Participants,

Thanks to all of you for joining us at the Pacific Coast Doubles Squash Tournament. And special thanks to John Lau for his excellent management of the tournament. We bestow the Iron Man award of the tournament on Kevin Jernigan for playing 6 matches on Saturday, and winning the 50s division on Sunday.

Look forward to seeing all of you next year when the 45th playing of the Pacific Coast Doubles Championships will be hosted in Vancouver!

Peter Lynch President, Urban Green Investments


Thanks to the Olympic Club and Squash Pro Jeff Young for the use of their fine court over the weekend which enabled the tournament to offer a full complement of matches for all players.

Kudos to University Club member, Peter Susskind, for organizing the Saturday evening dinner at the Great Eastern Restaurant. By all accounts, the conviviality was high.

The players from San Francisco are grateful particularly to the players from Vancouver, Portland, and Los Angeles (the cities that make up the Pacific Coast Doubles Community) for their commitment to travel and play every year in this historic tournament. It raised the tournament to a very high quality level which produced superb matches for all to enjoy.

San Franciscans will reciprocate, and will be in Vancouver for the 2017 Pacific Coast tourney in force.