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Captains' Welcome

Romsey CaptainAs Captain of Romsey Golf Club it gives me great pleasure to welcome you on behalf of the Club to our website. 

If you are a first time visitor this website offers just a taste of what Romsey Golf Club has to offer. Please accept my warm invitation to pay us a visit, as that is the best way to experience and appreciate all the facilities the club has to offer.

The club Captains for the year are enjoying an active time well into their year of office, and they always have planned a full diary of events for ladies and men, that will continue throughout the summer and all through the winter.

I consider it a huge honour and privilege to be Captain of the club for 2017 and I look forward to meeting up with you at one of our many club and social events. 

Lady CaptainI would like to wish our Lady Captain Karon Swan and Junior Captain Katie Biddlecombe the very best of luck for the coming year. 

In closing, may I take this opportunity to wish all the members of the club an enjoyable year’s golf and to all our visitors a memorable day.

Captains Charities 2017

Our Captains for 2017, Steve Marsh-Collis and Karon Swan are proud to support these worthy charities throughout their year in office.

Please give generously to these causes and help those in greater need than ourselves.

You will be able to donate to these causes as we will be running a number of events and competitions throughout the year where the entry fee will include a partial or full donation to these charities.

In addition there will be collection points in the clubhouse for your unwanted change or off the cuff donations.

Dementia UK
Dementia UK offers one to one support and expert advice for people living with dementia. Their renowned Admiral Nurses work hand in hand with families, helping them cope with the fear, uncertainty and difficult everyday reality of dementia
Salisbury Hospice
Salisbury Hospice was set up in 1981 provide palliative care and support for terminally ill patients within the Salisbury area, the hospice has grown over the years and is now able to accommodate up to ten patients in its purpose-built facility.