Seaton Carew Golf Club

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Seaton Carew Golf Club is the 10th oldest club in England, founded in 1874. Located on a stretch of windswept land to the north of the River Tees, the course is renowned for its quick draining sandy soil and tightly mown fairways.

What style is the course at Seaton Carew Golf Club?

The 18 holes of the Old Course were designed in 1925 by renowned golf architect, Dr Alister Mackenzie, and they provide a great challenge for golfers of all standards. An additional four holes were added in the mid-1970s by Frank Pennink. to form the Brabazon layout which has been used on two occasions for the Brabazon Trophy.

What is the feature hole?

The aptly named Snag is a 398 yard par-4, where bushes and low-lying dunes force players to the left of the fairway off the tee. However, the ideal line to the narrow, raised, two-tier green is from the right with four bunkers waiting to catch any wayward shots. This is a true card wrecker.

What sort of course features can the player expect?

This is a typical links course where the strength and direction of the wind is a major factor when deciding what club to take. Most holes feature deep, steeply-faced bunkers and fast-running greens and fairways. With the majority of holes running between, rather than over, the dunes, there are few blind shots and the walking is fairly easy.

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A warm north-eastern welcome awaits those who wish to sample top quality links golf at a reasonable price.

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Golf Course Details: 22 holes from which 3 course layouts are played regularly -
Old Course: 18 Holes, 6603yds, Par 71 SSS 72. Brabazon Course: 18 Holes, 6920yds, Par 73 SSS 73. Micklem Course: 18 Holes, 6594yds, Par 71 SSS 72.
Green Fees: Apr to Oct: Mon to Fri 18 holes £42, Weekends & BH 18 holes £50. Nov to Mar Mon to Fri 18 holes £27, Weekends & BH 18 holes £30.
Visitor Information: Welcome midweek and some weekends. Advance booking recommended. Buggies for hire.
Societies Information: Catering for large groups by arrangement. Party bookings via the Secretary.
Founded Date: 1874
Designed By: Alister Mackenzie, Frank Pennink
Catering: We specialise in providing visitors with a professional catering service. All our menus are professionally written for each client and designed to reflect the nature of your event, time of year and budget, along with any theme or special requirements you may have.
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Arrival information & directions

Address: Tees Road, Seaton Carew, Hartlepool, Durham, HartlepoolTS25 1DE, United Kingdom

Seaton Carew is close to both Durham Tees Valley and Newcastle Airports. It lies just south of Hartlepool, and is approachable by road as follows. From the South. Take Dishforth turn off A1, 15 miles north of Wetherby. Teesside is 34 miles. Eight miles north of River Tees on A19, take A689 turn off, and follow signs for Hartlepool(5 miles).Turn right at first roundabout after entering built up area. Continue to coast and turn right. The Course is through the village on the left. From the North. A1 South from Tyneside, take A689 left. Hartlepool is 15 miles east. A19 South from Sunderland, take A689, then as above. From the West A66 to Scotch Corner, A1 north to A689, or Darlington, Ring Road, A66 to Teesside then north at River Tees on A19. A69 to Tyneside, A1 south, then as above. Teesside Airport is close to the A66, between Darlington and Teesside. Newcastle Airport is north of the city. Join A1 south then as above.


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