Scotland - Lundin Links Golf Club
Lundin Links, which lies along the shores of the Firth of Forth, has an unusual history out of which has come a blend of links and parkland on this seaside course. Founded in 1868, Lundin Links was played over what is known today as The Old Course, a composition of the seaward holes of both Lundin and Leven Links. The clubs shared the course, starting at opposite ends. Play continue from both ends until 1909 when the course was divided at the 'Mile Dyke' with Leven retaining the Western side, and Lundin the Eastern side, allowing the development of two 18 hole layouts.
Lundin Links is a venue for The Open Championship final qualifying when the Open is played at St Andrews.
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