Seacroft Golf Club

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  • Architects:
  • Consultants:
    • Johnson, Clyde
    • Cunnin’ Golf Design
  • Holes of Merit:
    8, 10, 12, 13, 14, 18


Frank Pennink reveals the land was reclaimed from the marsh by building a series of mounds. The result is free draining links land with a great many undulations.

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Seacroft Golf Club is a links golf course on the Lincolnshire coast of England. The course is located south of Skegness and north of the Gibraltar Point National Nature Reserve. There are North Sea views over The Wash punctuated by the Lincs Offshore Wind Farm turbines. Boston and Lincoln are nearby with Woodhall Spa being the perfect second 18 if you want 36 in a day. Sat back from the sandy beach with marshlands in between, Seacroft Golf Club is a rare, out and back, traditional links in a golf starved region of the country.

Seacroft Golf Club Architectural History

The club was founded in 1895 when The Vine Hotel doubled as the clubhouse. On April 24, 1895, the first tee shot was struck on the 9 hole links known as the Skegness Golf Club. The prolific Victorian golf course architect, Tom Dunn responsible for the design. By 1900, the club was playing over 18 holes which had been laid out by Willie Fernie. In 1923, additional land became available with holes 12 to 16 being adjusted and improved by Sir Guy Campbell.

Recent Improvements to SGC

Clyde Johnson of Cunning Golf Design has commissioned a 5-year masterplan to refine all 18 holes. In 2018/19 work was undertaken on holes 7, 8 and 10. Winter 2019/20 holes 6, 9 & 11 were addressed. Winter 2020/21 saw holes 3, 4, 14 and 16 improved further.


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