Mr. Whitehouse joined The Racquet Club family in 1990 when he was just 17 years old and has become a living legend. His accomplishments extend far beyond the Club having been a finalist in the 2005 National Doubles Tournament and winning the (40+) 2013 William-White Doubles Squash Tournament. Mr. Whitehouse is also a five-time Jimmy Dunn Doubles Squash Winner, which is the club’s preeminent tournament. Mr. Whitehouse is also a ten-time Tennis champion of the same tournament. In 2012, Mr. Whitehouse was recognized for his accomplishments in Court Tennis and was inducted into the Court Tennis Hall of Fame. Throughout his Court Tennis career, his best world ranking was at number 15. Mr. Whitehouse takes great pride in planning and implementing the Club’s numerous tournaments throughout the year, and he thoroughly enjoys viewing the best players in the world partake in all three of the Club’s games. In his down time, Mr. Whitehouse enjoys spending time with his family, which includes his wife Jen and three children, Kara, Jack, and Hope. More recently, Mr. Whitehouse has improved his golf game and enjoys spending time with members at various golf clubs throughout the city.