Scarthingwell Golf Course is located in Tadcaster and is well-known for its popular golf course and friendly staff. In addition to their golf course, they also have the Dintingdale Restaurant which offers a fine dining experience for those looking to eat out for special occasions. More recently, they have also opened Spikes Bistro & Bar, which provides a laid-back atmosphere for those looking to grab a bite to eat.
Scarthingwell Golf Course is a beautiful setting for a leisurely round of golf. With its strategically placed bunkers, intriguing elevations changes and sharp doglegs, you need to be playing well to register a good score.
An easy-walking 18-hole course, Scarthingwell is set in tranquil rural surroundings and has become well established since its opening in 1990, providing a fair test for golfers of all abilities, as well as gaining a reputation for its friendly and informal atmosphere.
Visitors are welcome on a ‘pay and play’ basis. All visitors must abide by the course rules and dress codes. For a full list of the do’s and don’t’s, please visit the safety rules page here. All visitors are welcome to use the facilities in the Members Lounge before and after their round of golf.
Scarthingwell Golf Course Academy
Scarthingwell Golf Course also offers a Golf Academy. They can provide a huge variety of sessions ranging from individual video lessons to complete “game improvement” packages. Their highly successful Academy Director, Tony Howarth is here to help you improve every aspect of your golf game. Scarthingwell offers something for everyone from the complete beginner to the experienced golfer.
Tony Howarth is a 2004 Sinclair Award Winner and Academy Director at Scarthingwell Golf Academy. He has over 25 years PGA experience and has taught all levels of golfers. This experience ranges from European Tour, Ladies European Tour and County players through to club golfers and complete beginners.
Tony has appeared as guest speaker at many events including the Junior Golf Partnership Seminar, a Key Note Speaker at the inaugural Golf Careers Convention and even at the University of Northumbria as a guest speaker at the UK Golf Show to name a few. Tony’s simplistic style of coaching has been his road to success, and he has become known as an expert not just on the golf swing, but especially on the short game and putting.