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New-comers might find it tricky to navigate the Seawane Club’s official website, as it doesn’t introduce the information about the golf course straight away, so someone might mistake it for the social establishment. But the club features a very classy 18-hole links-style golf course designed by renowned architect Devereux Emmet in collaboration with Alfred Tull. Their layout includes numerous traps in the form of ill-defined bunkers all across the course, which makes it intimidating to hit the shot without careful planning.

Specifically for those who don’t feel comfortable going out to the field just yet, there is an expansive practice facility available, as well as the instructions from PGA professionals (led by Alex Smith) – all tailored to teach players of all ages and skill levels. To be more specific, practice facilities include a double-sided driving range with teeing ground and EZTee synthetic turf surface, an indoor simulator for practising year-round, and a comprehensive short game area with a practice bunker and practice putting greens. There is even a Titleist Performance Institute for golf fitness! So you can be certain that every aspect of your game gets a chance for improvement.

Aside from golf, members can enjoy a game of tennis, pickleball and padel, as well as spend time in fitness and swimming facilities.

Membership inquiries can be made on the official website – you just need to submit a designated form and expect to get in touch with the club’s membership team.

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