Lundin Links Golf Club

Lundin Links

Lundin Links was Qualifying Course For The Open Championship.

Lundin Links Golf Club was designed by Tom Morris away back in 1868. It is an out and back links course that was shared by Leven Links at that time.

In 1909 the course was divided into 2 with both clubs retaining 9 holes. Both clubs purchased land north of the then existing railway line to allow each course to have 18 holes.

Lundin Golf Club commissioned James Braid to design the new course, which he did later that same year.

More commonly referred to as Lundie, Lundin Links golf Course is a superb links and one of the best in the area.

Previously used as final qualifier for The Open when held at the nearby Old Course St Andrews.

The original 9 holes are true links and some of the holes on the new 9 are parkland with outstanding panoramic views.

It has a real mixture with blind shots, burns, deep punishing bunkers. There are severalout of bounds (including an internal one created by the now disused railway) and even the odd tree.

Lundin Links is always in immaculate condition and a joy to play.

A wonderful Clubhouse and Club Professional makes Lundin Links Golf Club a fantastic golf club to visit.

Include it as part of any Scottish golf tour, along with its neighbour Leven Links, which has one of the finest finishing holes of all the golf courses in Scotland.