The largest club in the county is Hereford Squash, Tennis and Racketball Centre in Hereford. Other venues are at the Halo Leisure Centres in Hereford, Leominster and Ledbury, and on the border with Powys at Presteigne.
"Regarded as the premier rackets club in the county, ... dedicated to the provision of racket sports and social facilities to everyone in the area. Membership is open to all...". Whitecross has four hard-backed courts and one glass-backed adjoining the bar. Players represent the club in teams in both the Herefordshire and Gloucestershire leagues. Regular in-house competitions include a pyramid-style box league, club championship and various handicap competitions. Junior coaching runs on a Saturday afternoon from 1pm to 5pm and a Thursday evening from 4pm til 6pm. A clubnight is held on a Wednesday evening with an open coaching session running for the first session. Individual coaching sessions are available by appointment with one of several coaches at the club.
"This vibrant facility offers an overwhelming range of sports and activities to keep you busy and active." The Halo centre at Hereford has recently refurbished one of its two glass-backed courts. It has an internal box league which is well-supported.
The leisure centre at Ledbury, on the site of John Masefield School, has the newest courts in the county with two glass-back courts available for public hire.
The squash court at Halo's Leominster facility is now closed. Players from the north of the county will now have to travel to Presteigne or Hereford to play.
"East Radnor Leisure Centre has two squash courts with sprung maple wood floor." There are rackets and equipment available for hire.Strictly speaking these courts are not in Herefordshire, but Presteigne is situated right on the Powys border and a team from these courts competes in the Herefordshire league.