Redding Country Club first opened for play in 1974 as a 9-hole course. The course was designed by Ed Ryder. Four years later in 1978, Golf course architect Rees Jones transformed the original 9 holes into a unique and challenging 18-hole layout
Jones took full advantage of the natural streams and ponds found on 12 holes, and incorporated the precipitous changes in elevation to carve out a deceptively long short course measuring only 6,277 yards. The course retains the landâ€™s natural beauty, enhanced by seasonal changes from dogwood and mountain laurel blooming in the spring to fall foliage visible for miles in every direction.
The golf course at Redding Country Club plays to a par-71 and maximum distance of 6,277 yards. The course rating from the Black tees is 71.9 and the slope rating is 139.
Black Tees: par-71, 6,277 yards, 71.9/139
Blue Tees: par-71, 6,064 yards, 71.0/136
White Tees(M): par-71, 5,780 yards, 69.8/133
White Tees(W): par-72, 5,434 yards, 71.7/126
Red Tees: par-72, 4,880 yards, 68.3/119
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