Fitting a workout into your day is easier when your fitness options blend effortlessly into your lifestyle. Step out of a breakfast meeting and onto your choice of cardio machines. Head from a networking event right into a yoga or spinning class. And trade office work to work your muscles on a full circuit of strength training equipment, free weights or a Power Rack. Find a range of fitness options for a change of pace every day.
We offer four international squash courts and a hardball doubles court. And if you’re a squash enthusiast, the best part is you’ll have access to former USOC team coach, Sharon Bradey, who’s career-high rank reached number 12 in the World. Whether you're a beginner or advanced player, sign up for 30- or 45-minute expert instruction from this longtime Squash Pro seven days a week.
Squash Player Partnering Service
Need help finding a partner? Let us match you up with other members for a game. Just contact our Squash Pro with your desired schedule and play level and we’ll get you paired up.
The Pro Shop
We carry a variety of squash rackets, squash shoes and top of the line athletic apparel in our Pro Shop. If you need a racket strung, stop by any time during Squash Pro's hours.
The Club boasts one of the most active Junior Squash Programs in the Boston and is open to children ages 6-17 years for all levels of play. The following three sessions are offered:
SESSION 1: September to December
SESSION 2: January through March
SESSION 3: April through June
Want to challenge your game? Join the Winter Box League, a popular program that runs from October through April.
Interclub League Play
Members are welcome to represent the Club in the Mass Squash League that runs from mid-October through March. The League caters to all standards, and the Club fields teams accordingly. It commences in mid-October and runs weekly throughout the season. To compete in the League you must be a Mass Squash member. Please see one of the Squash Pros to sign up.
Other Squash Programs
Other Squash Programs include the following:
Summer In-house League (for Adults): June through August
Summer Programs (Children): June, July and August
Harvard Club of Boston – Club Championships: January – April
Robert Banker Cup Doubles Tournament: September – November
Harvard Club of Boston Squash Programs
Junior Clinics — Adult Clinics — Doubles Clinics — Round Robins.
June thru August summer in house leagues and summer in house doubles leagues.
* Subject to change based on attendance
Prefer to work out with others to gain a little extra motivation? Join one of our focused group exercise classes:
All Levels Yoga – This class is focused on breath-work, meditation, alignment, strength building and relaxation. Classes are slow flow in approach (i.e. linking poses together in a way that brings calmness to the nervous system and opens and strengthens the body while maintaining a rhythmic and restorative breathing pattern). This class is adapted to all levels of experience. Each class incorporates aspects of standing poses, balancing practice, and seated postures that will stretch and strengthen all parts of your body. Focus is on safe and effective alignment to minimize injury and allow students to explore their individual potential.
Core and More – This 45-minute class will focus on core strength, balance and flexibility. A fair amount of class time will take place on the floor/mat. This class is appropriate for all ages and fitness levels.
Pilates Mat – This 45-minute class will focus on posture and alignment, core strength, balance and flexibility. A fair amount of class time will take place on the floor/mat. This class is appropriate for all ages and fitness levels.
Tabata Training – A 45 minute high-intensity interval training (HIIT) workout, featuring exercises that typically last four minutes each.
Total Body Strength – A 45 minute total body training session, that works on core and balance.
Vinyasa Yoga – Vinyasa is a type of yoga that links movement and breath to attain balance in the mind and body. From the Sanskrit “to place in a special way,” Vinyasa yoga aligns a deliberate sequence of poses with the breath to achieve a continuous flow. Inhalation is usually connected to upward, open movements, while exhalation is often tied to downward movements or twists. Vinyasa classes offer a variety of postures and no two classes are ever alike.
Yoga with Core Strength – A vinyasa yoga with core strength as the focus. Using concepts from mat pilates incorporated into a yoga class to safely build additional core strength.
Yoga with Strength Training – This yoga class will focus on building different muscle groups. You will use your body weight to strengthen muscles around your joints and build overall strength and balance.
Imagine playing 18 holes on the most beautiful courses throughout New England—from the Cape’s acclaimed greens designed by architect Rees Jones to Robert Trent Jones Sr.’s masterpiece along New Hampshire’s seacoast. The Harvard Club of Boston Golf Society offers an expansive network of clubs in Massachusetts and options all around New England.
“Blackstone National Golf Club in Sutton is an aesthetically beautiful track that winds easily over a hilly landscape, through mature forests, and past old stonewalls. When one plays this special course, he or she can feel truly at one with nature and alone with playing partners, as each hole is designed to be separate from the others.” – Tom Landers, Golfing Magazine
With a proud history spanning over 100 years, the Hartford Golf Club holds the distinction of being the oldest club in the area devoted to the game of golf. It is a premier private country club in the Hartford area offering a rich tradition of sports, fine dining and family-focused activities. The 30,000 square foot Clubhouse sits on 256 acres of impeccably maintained grounds. The Club has an extensive selection of world-class facilities for all ages, including: a 27-hole golf course, 9 Har Tru tennis courts, 4 international squash courts, 6 outdoor platform tennis courts, 3 pools, a 4-lane duckpin bowling alley, and a state-of-the-art fitness facility.
Hartford Golf Club is a reciprocal Club of the Harvard Club of Boston. Harvard Club members have complete access to the athletic and dining facilities at the Hartford Golf Club.
Stockbridge Golf Club was founded in 1895, one of the oldest clubs in the United States. Relatively flat, but narrow, the course is challenging. The Housatonic River runs through the course and comes into play on 11 of the 18 holes. One can actually hit a tee shot on the 10th and with either a hook or slice, find the same river. Stockbridge Golf Club has hosted the longest running Men’s Invitational tournament in the country, dating back to 1898. Surrounded by the Rockwell Museum, Tanglewood, Chesterwood and the historic Stockbridge downtown, it is worth a trip.
Waterville Country Club is a member owned semi-private golf course perched in the hills of Oakland, Maine. A Geoffrey Cornish design, Waterville Country Club’s 18 holes provides something for golfers of all skill levels. Beginners will be able to see their destination from almost every tee box while experienced players will be challenged by well maintained and undulating greens. As a semi-private club, both members and non-members can access the facility but members enjoy an active golf calendar of club sponsored events. In addition to the golf course, Waterville Country Club’s facility includes a pro-shop, restaurant, two putting greens and a practice range.
“On behalf of the Members of the Baker Hill Golf Club, I am delighted to welcome you to a very special place. Our Rees Jones-designed course has earned many accolades, such as holding Golf Digest’s ranking as the top-rated course in New Hampshire currently and for 12 of the last 14 years and as host to elite tournaments such as the New England Amateur in 2016. But what really sets our Club apart is our membership, our incredible location adjacent to Lake Sunapee, and the fact that our course is seldom very busy given our bylaws that limit the number of members. This is our first reciprocal relationship with an organization like the Harvard Club, and we hope you will take full advantage of the opportunity. Welcome to our home course.” – John Gilbert, President
Portsmouth Country Club is a member-owned country club founded in 1901. The club is semi-private, and non-members are invited to use the golf course, the pro shop, restaurant, and banquet facilities. Portsmouth Country Club is a championship golf course designed by the famous Robert Trent Jones Sr., and it is consistently ranked as one of the best in New England.
The Quechee Club is a 36-hole private experience with championship flair. These two diverse championship layouts will allow you to take in some of the most beautiful vistas in Vermont, while having the opportunity to challenge yourself on two completely different true tests of golf. Come and see why players are raving about the best two conditioned golf courses in New England, and enjoy the tranquility of Quechee, Vermont.
Golf in its purest form awaits you at Vesper-Country Club, the most distinguished private country club in the northern Massachusetts region. Great golf is the very heart of Vesper Country Club. Our course features nine holes on an island in the Merrimack River and nine holes that meander through a classic New England landscape framed by towering Spruces and Oaks. Designed by Donald J. Ross, the Vesper course features 6,740 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72 . Dramatic viewpoints and bold, strategic bunkering showcase the designer's artistry. From the wide fairways and undulating greens, players can enjoy the spectacular natural beauty of the Merrimack Valley.