The Golf Course
Redlibbets was designed and built in the 1990s on a naturally free-draining site and has all the benefits of modern construction methods with USGA specification greens, tees and approaches and a fully automated irrigation system.
The owners pride themselves, as golfers of ability, on the presentation of the course. The par-72 design measures 6,572 yards from the back tees, but can play shorter as each hole benefits from three sets of tees. The parkland course boasts mature beech, oak and chestnut trees which creates the backdrop to this beautiful course. In terms of playability, the holes vary significantly with length from the tee being a benefit on the par-5s, but there is no substitute for accuracy!
|Tees||Course handicap adjustment table|
|Red||Adjustment table – Red tees|
|White||Adjustment table – White tees|
|Black||Adjustment table – Black tees|
1. OUT OF BOUNDS (Rule 27)
WATER HAZARDS (RULE 26-1)
IMMOVABLE OBSTRUCTION (Rule 24-2)
A player may obtain relief, without penalty, from the following obstructions:
Relief is a one club-length free drop
A ball coming to rest on any teeing ground, the sides thereof, or on any putting green, or its surround which is not the hole in play, must be dropped, not nearer the hole, without penalty.
STONES IN BUNKERS (Rule 24-1)
Stones in bunkers are movable obstructions.
GROUND UNDER REPAIR (Rule 25-1)
Relief must be taken (without penalty) from any area marked as ground under repair or which is clearly under cultivation.
PENALTY FOR BREACH OF LOCAL RULES: