What Makes Redgate a Traditional Golf Course?
RedGate is a classic example of an inland course and maintains a park-like setting, free of housing and other developments, with richly-manicured fairways, water hazards, elevation changes, and many trees and wildlife. RedGate plays like a mature, century-old parkland course.
With rolling hills and elevation changes, and water in play on nine holes, RedGate is challenge for golfers of all skill level. From the beautiful and challenging Hole No. 3, a par 4 with a long carry over water to an uphill green, to the signature Hole No. 14, a par 5 offering a risk/reward chance at an eagle, the course delivers one of the most comprehensive playing experiences in the area.
Offering four sets of tees, RedGate allows players of all levels, from beginners and weekend hackers to competitive tournament players and future PGA hopefuls, to choose the one that best suits their game.
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Designed and built in 1974, course architect Therman Donovan utilized the natural rolling landscape and the layout to create a course with a traditional feel within a parkland setting that is perfectly suited for golf. Many beautiful views and landscapes
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