The June Medal was contested on another chilly afternoon however, the sun did shine through here and there.  During the round the wind shifted from the south to the south-west, golfers also battled cold air and quite soft fairways.  The greens continue to be fast and very true.  A number of the field had not played art Romsey for quite a while and found it all to easy to three putt after an exuberant first putt sailed well passed the cup.  The conditions made it difficult to post a good score, especially when steady drizzle fell over the final few holes.  With works being undertaken at the Golf & Bowls Clubrooms the golf club has relocated to the Romsey Tennis Club rooms.  We would like to thank Kaitlyn Stevens (MRSC) and the Tennis club for their support.  On a very cold afternoon the results were;

Winner & June Medalist; John Freestone – 93/20/73 from Mal Mottram – 86/10/76

NTPs; 15th – Kevin Dunn & 16th – Andrew Clement

Least Putts; Scott Williams – 24