Redstick Golf Club
Redstick Golf Club

The Club

RedStick Golf Club began during the winter of 1997 when several Vero Beach golf enthusiasts came up with the idea for an invitational golf club, rolled up their sleeves and created a member’s club.  It was not, nor was ever, intended to be a “for profit” venture by its founders.

RedStick Golf Club opened on November 3, 2000.  The Club was established as a traditional, private golf club for the enjoyment of the members and their guests.

The name RedStick is derived from a band of Creek warriors who were known to be fierce fighters during the Florida-Indian wars of the 19th century; their main opponent being Andrew Jackson. 

RedStick is a walking course with caddies.  The par 72 layout, designed by renowned architect Rees Jones, is 7,192 yards in length from the tips.

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