Review for Seacroft

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Classic out and back course - played with the wind going out (lots of short irons and a reachable par 5), lots of long irons / fairway woods on the way back. Although Seacroft is universally categorised as a links course, much like Ashburnham in southern Wales, the sea is distant and the topography resembles both links and inland. Favourite hole is the par 4, 8th which hugs a road tight on the right with a spectacular large bunker / dune the aim point off the drive. Other excellent holes include the dog leg left to right par 4, 7th, the par 3, 10th which has a slightly raised and extraordinarily long green and the decent length par 4, finishing hole. Really enjoyed the course (the only negative was the poor condition of the fairways, which other reviewers have referenced).

Date: July 19, 2020

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