The Golf Club at Redmond Ridge
|White (W)||70||6001 yards||74.1||135|
|Gold (W)||70||5390 yards||70.8||132|
|Green (W)||70||4818 yards||67.4||117|
|Blue M: 70.0/131||341||190||613||160||453||501||159||412||359||3188||420||332||175||435||376||205||375||449||548||3315||6503|
|White M: 68.0/123||315||150||590||144||430||485||150||403||330||2997||380||314||144||408||325||148||354||420||520||3013||6010|
|Gold M: 66.8/111||288||130||535||114||407||443||132||335||302||2686||335||255||120||360||290||134||332||388||490||2704||5390|
|Green M: 67.2/112 W: 67.4/117||270||103||510||96||384||399||101||295||265||2423||307||212||102||342||187||118||317||356||454||2395||4818|
Historically holes get backed up easily at Redmond Ridge, and pace of play is slow. In late summer, this course is in really poor shape; the fairways were extremely dry and even spots where the ground had cracks from being dried out. The greens were in decent shape. For a $95 green’s fee, Redmond Ridge is now worth the price tag.
Subdivision golf; worst hole ever designed
The course was a fairly nice layout and in very good condition but I am not a fan of courses built in neighborhoods. Most every hole was lined by homes and this ruins the golf experience for me. #13 is probably the the most ridiculous golf hole I've ever played! Fortunately, #14 is very nice so there is a nice bounce-back.
The course itself is fun and I used most of the clubs in my bag. It was in very good condition the day I played.
Very friendly folks working at the course and decent practice range with plenty of grass tees and some mats.
Fairly easy walk except for the grunt from 15th green to the 16th tee.
My least favorite of the Oki courses, by far.
nice course overall but not an overly affordable choice
Nice course conditions every time I've played. A few unique holes. Can be challenging at times.