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Redlibbets Golf Club

18 Hole Par70 Course, Practice Facilities, Teaching Professionals

Under new owners since August 2018, Redlibbets Golf & Country Club has improved dramatically with noticeable investment to the clubhouse and golf course. The owners Get Golfing is run by a team with genuine golfing and hospitality pedigree where the customer and their experience come first.

Redlibbets is nestled in 160 acres of beautiful Kent countryside. This parkland course is within a couple of miles off the M25, M26, M20, M2 and A2, tucked in just behind the London Golf Club. The site boasts 
hundreds of mature trees and enjoys spectacular panoramic views.

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!

Facilities

We have numerous areas used for coaching and practice


Putting Green

Large putting surface with various undulations that will test all golfers and maintained to the same standard as the course.

Short Game Area

A great area with two fairway approaches to the green and a deep bunker, making this area ideal to focus on your chipping and pitching.

Practice Range

10 bays with multiple targets on an area up to 200 yards in length.

Swing Studio

Our indoor swing studio is great for all seasons, especially when itís cold and dark outside. The simulator offers multiple courses and a great range using the latest technology to show you how far and where your ball has gone.