Lundin Golf Club at Lundin Links, Fife
Length6391 yards

Founded in 1868, Lundin Golf Club was originally on ground used by two clubs. A new golf course was created by James Braid in 1909. The Lundin Links course is in the East Neuk of Fife and has been voted among the top links courses in Britain by Golf Monthly magazine.

Lundin golf course remains pretty much as laid out by James Braid. The first five holes have classic links qualities, the middle nine are more inland in feel, but the last four revert to links type. Although the course at Lundin is not long by modern standards, the excellent greens, narrow fairways and ever-changing winds present an excellent challenge.

The golf course has superb views over the Firth of Forth to the Lothians and has been a final qualifying course for the British Open when the Championship has been held at St Andrews.

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