The Redlibbets Golf Club opened in 1997 and offers a course laid out in 150 acres of picturesque parkland following a design created by Jonathan Gaunt to encapsulate the surrounding countryside. The imposing clubhouse looks out over the course with a sun-trap balcony to be enjoyed with a drink on hand or while tucking into the bar meals on offer. A spike bar means that you can walk in straight off the course to enjoy your celebratory tipple. If it is your game that needs some improvement then Redlibbets has the answer in the form of a full indoor fitting and simulator studio, one of the first clubs in the country to offer this technology.
The golf course is a long Par 72 measuring 6639 yards in length. The tree-lined fairways and numerous water hazards make this course a real tester, even for the best of golfers. The greens are well protected by a wall of bunkers and even when hitting onto the greens you will do well to stick it there as the fast moving greens can create all sorts of problems for your scorecard.