The spectacular Mansion, the former home of Charles Stewart Rolls, co-founder of the famous
Rolls-Royce company, is available for private evening functions and business seminars all
year round. At the confluence of the rivers Wye and Monnow lies the ancient market and border
town of Monmouth surrounded by hills in a region where lowland Britain merges into the highlands
of the west.
Four miles west of Monmouth on the B4233 to Abergavenny lies our magnificent championship
course. Opened in 1982 and ready to welcome any golfers eager to test themselves against a
demanding 6733 yards of parklands, streams and lakes.
The course itself, and the countryside surrounding it, is home to local wildlife and water fowl and
combined with the spectacular view of the Black Mountains, makes The Rolls one of the most
outstanding golf courses, not just in Wales, but the whole of the UK.
Back in 1982 Tony Jacklin asked why The Rolls was being kept a firmly guarded
secret. Greg Norman, a one-time touring professional of the course described the four short
holes as "fantastic”.