Romford Golf Club

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    Course Status

    Romford: Saturday 13th February. COURSE OPEN TROLLEYS PERMITTED - ALL GREENS IN PLAY

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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
Email: richard.hall@romfordgolfclub.com
Romford Golf Club Ltd. - Heath Drive, Gidea Park, Romford. Essex. RM2 5QB

Green Keeper News

SATURDAY  13th FEBRUARY

The course is Open.        Trolleys permitted.              All Greens in play. 


Further rain is forecast for the coming weekend. Any changes in course conditions shall be notified via the website and usual noticeboards.             Work has commenced on the levelling & re-turfing of the 13th Tee. Please be aware of staff and machinery working in this area when playing the 12th.   Thank you.



Club News

BROOKER & PLUMB WIN THEIR FIRST TURKEY TROT

21st December 2015

Steve Brooker & Trevor Plumb won the Annual Turkey Trot on Sunday with a record equalling 50 points in the 4bbb format. In second place with what would normally be a winning score of 48 was Richard Hall & Bob Bland.

Saunders Wins Cadet Turkey Trot

7th December 2015

Jason Saunders won the Cadet Turkey Trot with 34 points on count back from Tom Berry. Winner of the 10 hole competition was Dylan Hussey from Henry Styles.

MILES TAKES POPPY TROPHY

9th November 2015

Oliver Miles won the inaugural "Poppy Trophy" played on Remembrance Sunday the 8th with 41 points. On count back in 2nd place with 39 Kieran English. The top lady player was Oliver's Mum Karen on a very creditable 36 points in 13th place. The 2 minutes silence was observed at 11am on the course in respect. The event and entry money raised over £350 for the "Poppy Appeal" and a big thank you to Iris Fitch who donated one of the original tower of London poppy's to be mounted on a plinth to be played for every year.




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