Lundin Links Golf Club
Lundin, founded in 1868, on a Tom Morris course which was extensively redesigned in 1908-09 by five times Open Champion James Braid, is well known throughout the golfing world as a course of rare quality. Fine links fairways, narrow fairways, bunkers, burns and excellent greens have ensured that it has been regularly selected as a final qualifying course for the Open Championship.
Ever-changing winds guarantee a testing but rewarding golfing experience.
The course remains largely as laid out by Braid some 100 years ago. The first five holes are in classic links tradition proceeding from the Clubhouse to the Mile Dyke. Players then cross the now extinct railway line and play the nine 'new' holes on what one might describe as a cross between links and parkland turf. Back across the railway, the last four holes revert to the genuine links tradition. Not long by modern standards, Lundin nonetheless presents a thorough test of the golfer's skills. Today Lundin Golf Club is certainly a worthy participant in the Final Qualifying stages of The Open prior to its staging at St. Andrews.
Lundin Links Course (par-71)
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