The undulating landscape has given the architect Jonathan Gaunt the opportunity to create many impressive holes.
There is something remarkable about every hole at Redlibbets. 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.
Redlibbets has been described as "Like a grand old course with modern greens". Many of the tees are set well above the greens and fairways and the designer, Jonathan Gaunt's strategy makes for exciting play for golfers of all abilities.
Redlibbets Golf Club is named after the ancient woodland landscape, which is home to the course.