Seacroft is a true links course and because of its situation on the east coast and its fast draining soil it is played throughout the year on normal tees and greens. Only exceptional frost and snow have been known to close the course.
The tight, undulating and hogsback fairways with blind or semi-blind shots, the seventy five bunkers and the excellent greens are a test for the experienced golfer but still accessible for a newcomer to the game to plot their way round. It is an ‘English Nature Site of Special Scientific Interest’ where golf and the environment join together in harmony.
Seacroft consistently features in the UK’s top 100 lists - National Club Golfer rates the course 3rd in the UK for a green fee of £50 or less and 45th in the UK’s top 100 Links Courses. For several years it has been in the Rolex World’s Top 1000 golf courses.