Lovely spring weather greeted a small but determined group of women headed to the tee playing stroke and recording putts.  The growth on the fairways is astounding so many players found their excellent shots sitting down in longish grass in the centre of the fairway.   A hardy group of volunteers were also working across the course scarifying, topdressing, seeding and fertilising  the greens.  As every year they continue to do a great job rejuvenating the greens.  On a glorious spring morning the results were;
Winner; Darlene Baker 101/23/78  from Beryl Cole – 105/26/79 and Jenny Hartley – 116/31/85
Least putts; Darlene Baker- 29

Written by Romsey Golf

Romsey Golf Club (RGC) golf course has been at Romsey Park since 1921. We care for and improve the ~70% of Romsey Park that makes up the Course. Currently we have twelve greens and 18 tees. The course rating is men - Par 72 Slope 124 and Women - Par 73, Slope 119. Indigenous native trees and bushes are planted to make the park/course more attractive to golfers, community members and native insects, birds, reptiles and small mammals, to provide shade and wind control and for carbon abatement. RGC is a totally volunteer run club. We hold Women's & Men's competitions on Wednesdays (9.00 am for 9.30 am hit-off) and Men's & Women's competitions on Saturdays (11.30 am for 12.00 pm hit-off).