RedGate Golf Course is pleased to have available to our guests the Single Rider Golf Cart. Available to the golfer who has difficulty walking 18 holes or the golfer with disabilities. The cart is stored off site so it must be reserved 48 hours ahead of time in order to assure availability.
Reservations for the cart are on a first come first serve basis.
RedGate Golf Course 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.
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.
RedGate offers a full practice facility with driving range and putting/chipping green.
The driving range has new target greens, and the large practice green offers challenging slopes and contours for chips and putts.
For players looking to
practice and improve their game, we offer a driving range and large putting green.
We also offer individual and group lessons with our PGA Professionals.
Range closed from 4:00PM Tuesday to 11:00am Wednesday for Maintenance
Serious about practice? Consider our Player Development Program!
$7 30 Balls
$10 60 Balls
$13 90 Balls
$16 Large Bucket & Draft Beer
Monday Dawn – 4pm
Tuesday 10am – Dusk
Wednesday Dawn – Dusk
Thursday Dawn – Dusk
Friday Dawn – Dusk
Saturday Dawn – Dusk
Sunday Dawn – Dusk
TRACKING YOUR PROGRESS AND PERFORMANCE
RedGate believes that establishing a USGA handicap index is the best to track your progress and performance level; a handicap is used to quantify playing ability based on recent scores. As such, a handicap is continually adjusted as scores are posted, reflecting increases or decreases in player scoring. RedGate offers handicap tracking via GolfNet and we encourage all golfers to participate in the handicap program. Some amateur tournaments, for example, require that players maintain USGA handicaps to qualify. Handicaps managed by RedGate Golf Course are part of the Maryland Handicap Program network.
HOW TO ESTABLISH YOUR HANDICAP AT REDGATE
The cost of a basic handicap at RedGate is $35.00. Score posting for your handicap is now available online! Visit GolfNet to learn more or contact us in the RedGate Pro Shop to establish your handicap.
A minimum of five scores (with a maximum of 20) at any sanctioned USGA course are used to calculate a handicap. The USGA course rating and slope rating for the course(s) played are also needed, so it is important to keep all scorecards (even bad rounds!). And remember, an accurate handicap is a reflection all rounds played at any course, not just those at Redgate.
The course rating is a value used for each set of tees at a golf course to simulate the number of strokes it would take for a scratch golfer (someone with a handicap of zero) to complete the course. The slope rating is an value given to approximate the difficulty of the course for a "bogey golfer." It can range from 55 (least difficult) to 155 (most difficult); a slope rating of 113 is considered average. Unlike the course rating, the slope rating does not correlate to strokes. The course rating and slope rating are used to determine a handicap by "leveling" the relative disparity between courses.