Scarcroft - Yorkshire - England

Scarcroft Golf Club,
Syke Lane,
Scarcroft,
Leeds,
Yorkshire,
LS14 3BQ,
England


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  • Mick Thorpe

  • Charles A. Mackenzie

  • Mark Moore

Arranged as two returning circuits of nine holes in 1937, the parkland course at Scarcroft Golf Club is a testing track where a number of burns and streams can impede unaware golfers.

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Description: Arranged as two returning circuits of nine holes in 1937, the parkland course at Scarcroft Golf Club is a testing track where a number of burns and streams can impede unaware golfers. Rating: 5 out of 10 Reviews: 1
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Andy Cocker

This is a nice course but when you’re spoiled by the other quality courses around Leeds, it doesn’t stand out as it might elsewhere in the county. It’s a nice parkland course set amongst mature trees, with spacious fairways.

It has a few tough opening 3 holes which is then followed by some longer holes where a good drive from the tee pays dividends. The best hole is the 14th, a dog leg where long hitters can reach the green in 2 if they get their drive far enough to open the corner up, otherwise you can play it as a traditional 3 shot to green.

The 15th, the last of the par 3’s is all carry, uphill, avoid going left!

16th is a driveable par 4, so again options on strategy.

Overall this is a pleasant course and worth seeking out to complement the other good courses around Leeds.

October 15, 2019
5 / 10
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