Seaton Carew Golf Club


  • Par 71
  • 6633 Yds

A jewel on industrial Teesside, Seaton Carew has hosted many R&A and EGU events over its long and illustrious history.One of Britain\’s finest links, it staged the Carris Trophy in 1996 when Hartlepool\’s Graeme Storm – later to win the British Amateur Championship – beat Justin Rose.Seaton Carew has five different course layouts using different combinations of its 22 holes – the most challenging being the par-73 Brabazon that stretches almost 7,000 yards.Donald Steel noted in \’Classic Golf Links of Great Britain & Ireland\’ that \”a slender strip of undulating ground houses a rare challenge that deserves close scrutiny.\””The four most recent holes designed by Frank Pennick (for the Brabazon course) captures a spirit that embodies more than a hint of greatness. They give it a new dimension.\”” The outstanding hole is the Alister MacKenzie-designed 17th with its title of \’Snag\’ definitely an understatement.The green is an elusive target and rises at various levels to a proud position that defies all except the bravest and the best.Such is the magnificent character and immaculate condition of this wonderful layout


Tees Road
Seaton Carew
TS25 1DE


01429 266 249