The Reddish Vale course continues to entertain golfers of all levels of ability, as it has for the previous 100 years. The club has produced some very notable players in recent years, such as Barry Barker and Adam Stott who have played and represented their club at both county and national level. Reddish continues to host county events, the most recent of which was The Cheshire Seniors Championship in 2012. Reddish also hosted The Balfour Cup in 2012, one of the oldest golf competitions in the north-west, the trophy first played for in 1897 is a Victorian masterpiece.
The Centenary year has provided an opportunity for the present members to celebrate the greatness of the club, and the role that Reddish Vale has played in bringing people together for fun and happy times over a whole century.
Reddish Vale has a proud history, and we are keen to maintain the traditions and standards set by those before us, while we also embrace the new technology needed to keep moving forward.