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Scarcroft Golf Club

Visitors to Scarcroft

We would love to welcome you to Scarcroft as a visitor with your partner, friends or team mates.

Come and play our fantastic golf course that is continually being developed by our greens staff and enjoy our modern club facilities including the main club house, locker rooms and half way house.

Please note that we have a winter wheel only rule for trolleys from around the 1st October each year, information can be found on the web site under course conditions.



Green Fees

For up to date pricing please refer to the visitor online booking or contact the pro shop on 0113 289 2311.

18 HolesAll Day
Weekdays Monday to Friday£45.00£60.00
Weekends from 13:30£50.00unavailable
Bank Holidays£65.00£80.00
  • Accommodation

    If you are looking for somewhere to stay whilst in the area playing golf click on the link for offers.


  • Guidance for visitors to Scarcroft Golf club 

    Guidance for visitors to Scarcroft Golf club

    We offer you a warm welcome to Scarcroft Golf Club, and we hope that you have a very enjoyable day at our club. In order to help you do that, we ask you please to take not of a few simple rules.

    Dress Code

    We want you to feel relaxed and comfortable around the club and on the course, and as a progressive club, our rules are not heavy handed. We also realise that golf fashion is moving quickly, so by “recognised golf attire” we mean anything that is now, or becomes, accepted as such by the golfing community. Our definition is – anything that can be purchased from a reputable specialist golf equipment retailer.

    Around the club

    •  The only things we ask you not to wear are collarless tee shirts, and “cargo” style shorts and trousers. Tailored shorts and calf length tailored trousers are fine for both men and women.
    • For women, culotte or “skort” style shorts are fine.
    • Roll neck or turtle neck shirts are OK
    • Any recognised, genuine golf attire is fine.
    • We ask you to tuck shirts into trousers/shorts/skirts, unless they are specifically designed otherwise.
    • Any other form of casual dress is fine, providing it is smart. For example, we ask you not to wear “torn” jeans, even if they have been designed that way.
    • Golf shoes should not be worn (other than in the locker room/wash room area) in the clubhouse, except on the “spike” area of grey carpet in front of the bar, accessed from the terrace.
    • Please do not wear waterproofs in the clubhouse other than in the locker room/washroom area.
    • Please do not wear hats in the clubhouse, other than in the locker rooms/washroom area.


    On the course, practice areas and putting green

    • Please only wear recognised golf attire, including golf shoes. Please note that metal spiked shoes should not be worn during the Summer months (May-September)
    • Again, roll neck or turtle neck shirts are OK, and any shirt, unless designed otherwise, should be tucked into trousers/shorts/skirts.
    • Tailored shorts, or calf length tailored trousers are fine for both men and women, and for women, culotte or “skort” style shorts are also OK.


    General etiquette

     We hope that you will treat the golf course, club house and members with the respect that you would expect yourself, or at your home club. We work hard to present our course in prime condition, but we need the help of all who play it to keep it that way. Here are some pointers

    • Please repair all pitch marks and divots.
    • Please rake all bunkers
    • Please do not take trolleys between greenside bunkers and greens
    • Please keep to the paths wherever possible
    • Please use buggies with care, staying off the fairways, and keeping to the paths wherever possible. Please do not take buggies onto the aprons at the front of greens, or between bunkers and greens
    • Please be aware of other players on the course, and converse quietly so as not to disturb them.
    • Changing shoes in the car-park is fine. For anything more, in order to avoid embarrassment, please use the locker rooms!

    Dress code 2023 -website doc

  • Terms and conditions for Booking Tee Times

    These are the terms and conditions for booking tee times using our Internet booking facility.


    To book a tee time on-line you will have to enter your credit or debit card details. However, if you book online no money will be be charged to your card. Full payment must be made in the pro shop before play commences.

    You can cancel your booking by contacting the Professional on 0113 289 2311. If you cancel your booking less than 24 hours before your tee time full payment is required. If you give more than 24 hours notice you will be charged £10 per player administration and cancellation handling fee.

    Failure to Cancel Your Booking

    No refund will be given if you fail to cancel your booking and do not contact the Club in advance.

    Course Closed

    If you are unable to play your round of golf due to the course being closed, you can re book at no additional cost or a full refund will be available and no charges will be made to your credit/debit card.

    Booking Transferable

    The Booking is completely Transferable. Therefore, should you be unable to make your tee time, you can offer the tee time to someone else.



What our guests say about us

“Great course”
Rated 5 out of 5 by Geoff
“We played in one of their opens and the welcome was really warm and genuine. The course is quite long and the greens very fast and testing. We enjoyed our day and hope to visit again.”
“Lovely course in fantastic condition Back 9 has some outstanding holes. A pleasure to play. Would highly recommend.”
“Wow, an amazing course from start to finish. The course was immaculate, the food and welcome I received were brill. Hoping to take my society there in the none-too-distant future.”
“Excellent course in really nice condition for time of year. Every single hole was good... Very friendly and welcoming members, pro shop and nice clubhouse too.”