Welcome to Romford Golf Club
Romford Golf Club is a private members – owned club, founded in 1894 and designed by Open Champion James Braid.
The Club, which has been used as a Qualifying venue for ‘The Open’, is located just a couple of miles from junction 29 off the M25, only 18 miles from the centre of London. With its tree lined fairways, beautiful greens and ‘infamous bunkers’ it is the ideal golf terrain for young and old alike.
James Braid designed and venue for The Open Qualifying
Secretary - Manager: Richard Hall - Phone: 01708 740986
Romford Golf Club Ltd. - Heath Drive, Gidea Park, Romford. Essex. RM2 5QB
Green Keeper News
Wednesday 28th September.
Greens and approaches sprayed with worm deterrant to help prevent casting problems.
Spraying on tees today with selective for weed control.
Work continuing to top up the drain lines.
SUMMER KNOCK OUT FINAL RESULTS
25th September 2016
5 Summer knock out finals were staged over the weekend. The James Braid trophy was won by Dean Hazel & Charlie Theobald who defeated Scott Harris & Chris Bellamy 3&2. The Blue Ribbon Captains Prize was a close match going to the 36 hole with Ashley Turner defeating Chris Blakebrough. The Presidents Trophy which has been played for over 100 years was won by Robbie Garner who defeated Leslie Wood stalwart Steve Kemp 4&3. The Veterans Trophy was won by Dave Holt his first match play trophy in 40 years of playing golf, defeating Keith Walker 4&3. The cadet Olley Match-Play was won by John Douglas who holed an 8 foot putt on the last green to win 1 up against George Oaks.
CAPTAINS PAIR UP AGAIN FOR GOLD LETTERS!!
19th September 2016
Club Captain Barry Probert & Ladies' Captain Sue Hartman paired up to win the Autumn Mixed Foursomes title. Their score of net 70 beat former champions Steve & Anne Hazell by half a point.
EMMERSON WINS FRASER CUP IN 3 MAN 18 HOLE PLAY OFF
18th September 2016
Paul Emmerson won the 3 man play off by the closest of margins on Sunday. All 3 players were within a shot of the title standing on the 18th tee. But it was Emmerson, not the longest of hitters who had to hit a driver for his 2nd shot straight onto the green that made him a birdie and won him the title with a net 69 from Joe Coogan 70 and Tony Smith 71.