Seahouses Golf Club
Beadnell Road,
Seahouses, Northumberland NE68 7XT
Tel : +44 (0)1665 720794

16 km north of Alnwick. 14 km east of A1 on B1340

Course Details

Course Name: Seahouses Holes: 18 Yardage: 5462 SSS: 67

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  • Seahouses Golf Club Review

    jeff robinson wrote on: Feb 22, 2009

    I always enjoy playing here. It is a good warm up course and good value for money. The holes by the sea and cliffs feel more challenging than some of those inland. There are some classic par 3s across lakes and cliffs which you will not forget particularly if the wind is up! Give it a go and I do not think that you will regret it. It does have some hard holes that require accurate tee shots but also has holes that you give you a chance. Enjoy!


  • Europe Golf courses reviews John Carslake Hdcp 10, c/o 10/01

    John Carslake Hdcp 10, c/o wrote on: Sep 30, 2001

    Seahouses is a fine links course in a superb location with good fairways and greens. The coastal location means that it is often breezy and this can change the whole nature of the course - one day relatively easy and the next difficult. Seahouses GC is rarely closed and does not resort to wintergreens.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Tom Macadam Kirkintilloch, Scotland 11/00

    Tom Macadam Kirkintilloch, Scotland wrote on: Oct 31, 2000

    Played here the last weekend of October. Thought that playing off mats for the full price each was not good value. Better value at Bamburgh Castle.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Mirjana Panich 01/99

    Mirjana Panich wrote on: Dec 31, 1998

    I played this course a few years ago whilst visiting my family in Seahouses. It was a very challenging day, wind, rain and my two uncles saying this was beautiful weather. The course is hard and many balls can be lost across the quarry and burn. Hello to everyone at Seahouses Golf Club and the Winn Family.
    All the best, Colin Winn and Family down under.