This 18-hole golf course is atmospherically set in Kent, “The Garden of England”, on undulating chalk downland and within mature oak woodland in view of Canary Wharf and the Queen Elizabeth Bridge crossing the River Thames.
It is a private member’s course, designed by Jonathan Gaunt in 1994, set in over 150 acres of parkland the course boasts hundreds of mature beech, oak and chestnut trees to embrace spectacular panoramic views across rolling Kentish countryside. The undulating landscape gave the opportunity to create many impressive holes, with course length from the backtees of 6,700 yards, posing a challenge to experienced golfers but, with numerous teeing positions, accommodates those of lesser ability. The course opened for play in 1997. There is something remarkable about every hole at Redlibbets – it has been described as “like a grand old course with modern greens”.
It continues to flourish and offers its members and visitors a unique experience at an affordable price.
Photo Credit: Kevin Murray