There are a variety of ways that squash clubs can break down their membership. Getting the information from new members is very important so that clubs have ways to communicate with all members.
Below are some sample forms that can be used.
This Act applies to all sports clubs whether they are incorporated or not. This Act covers the use of personal information about current or former members. It is important to tell members what any information they give will be used for (eg. passed onto the District and National Association, contact details given to sponsors etc). This can be done through a tick-box in the Registration Form, through a notice on the website, a paragraph in the Welcome Letter or through a notice in the clubroom.
It is important for the person within the club who handles this information to have an understanding of privacy issues. Training and advice is offered for any Club Privacy Officers (often the Secretary / Registrar) from The Privacy Commission.
There are also many free survey websites which allow you to easily ask for feedback anonymously. The most common of these is Survey Monkey - http://www.surveymonkey.com/