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
Monday 22nd May.
Spraying weeds on tees and green surrounds from Tuesday. Tree surgery work on Thursday to conifers behind the 7th tee and around the irrigation tank in preparation for the new tank.
CAPTAINS TAKE THE FILLMORE SALVERS
11th May 2017
This Years Ladies' Captain Theresa Fisher and former Captain Pauline Smith combined to win the clubs famous Fillmore Salvers played over 36 holes of foursomes scoring 63 points from runners up Pat Clarke and Annie Hazell 62 points.
THORNTON CUP TEAM THROUGH TO 3RD ROUND
8th May 2017
The Clubs 1st Team the Thornton Cup won their 2nd round match against Royal Epping Forest on Sunday 9.5 to 5.5. The match was tied 2.5 all after the morning foursomes....but the strength in depth showed through winning 7 of the 10 singles matches in the afternoon. We now face Thorndon Park at Romford on 11th June. Saturdays Stableford was won By Harrison Ellis on countback with 40 points from Louis Lazarus and Ian Riley. Anne Warwick and Chloe Arthur won their second round match of the Munroe Foursomes 6 & 4. today Monday.The Ladies Bronze Team were in action today (Monday) at home to Theydon Bois...the final result the closest of margins 4-3 to Theydon.
2nd May 2017
The O'Sullivan Spring Scratch cup was played on Sunday in memory of one of Romford's legendary Scratch players of the 60's. In difficult windy conditions Brett Bishop showed his all round game shooting a level par 71 to win by 3 from Alex Brawn 74. The alternative medal was won by Oliver Miles net 66 with Mark Martin net 68 and another legend Eddie Fowles net 69. Monday saw the Captains mixed Texas scramble.........the winners with an incredible 11 birdies ....giving them a net 55!!! were Sarah & Chris Blakebrough & Bernice & Steve Garner.