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
Thursday 17th August
COURSE MAINTENANCE WEEK.
Scarifying work completed on all greens.
A timely drop of rain overnight. Further topdressing to take place as conditions allow.
Time to catch up on cutting work around the course for the remainder of the week.
MILES TAKES FIRST GOLD LETTER
Tuesday 15th August 2017
Bradley Miles won his first "Major" on Sunday taking the famous 100 year old "Raphael Trophy" with an amazing 44 points from Chris Blakebrough 40 and the inform Scott Dawson 38 points. The Vets section held their "Harris Trophy" on Monday and once again good scoring was the norm with Kevan Fisher taking the title with 40 points from Terry Peters 37.
ELLIS TAKES CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP WITH RECORD SCORE
Monday 7th August 2017
Harrison Ellis become "Champion Golfer of the Year" on Sunday winning the Scratch Gold Medal with a record score of 68+68=136 by 5 shots from Tony Ames and Jack Dobson both on 141. Harrison claimed the title & the record with a 40 foot eagle putt on the last in front of what must have been 200 people. The Silver division saw Joe Coogan win his first major trophy shooting 75+82= 157 by 1 shot from Chris Blakebrough 158 and a further shot back to Rob Stevens 159. The Bronze Trophy also went to a first time winner Tom Garner 84+81=165 again by one shot from Craig Harvey 166 with Scott Dawson in 3rd on 172. The Ladies title was defended by Karen Miles with a 83 with the Handicap Prize won by Annie Hazell net 74.