Luffness New Golf Club
Established in 1894 and designed by Tom Morris, Luffness New Golf Club has changed little to the present day. Although Luffness hosts the qualifying rounds for the Open Championship, its main purpose is to serve the needs of its members and visitors. Luffness can be hard when the wind blows down the Forth and the rough is thick enough to whet the whistle of a hungry herd.
There are distinctive bunkers too but, like all great courses, Luffness rewards the virtues. The fairways are beautifully kept, and the golfer who can keep the ball down the middle will find little to worry him, but there is plenty of trouble in store for the wanderers. The bunkers are placed fairly to punish the errant shot and furthermore they are constructed to penalise severely those who cannot get the ball in the air. The course measures 6122 yards, Par 70, SSS 69, a reasonable figure on a calm day, but very tight if even a slight wind blowing.
Luffness New Course (par-70)
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