Lundin Ladies' Golf Club

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Welcome to Lundin Ladies' Golf Club


Lundin Ladies' Golf Club is known and loved by many as one of the oldest ladies' golf club in Scotland. It is run solely by the ladies and has over 200 Lady members and 100+ holders of season and junior tickets. However, gentlemen and juniors are very welcome to come and play on a pay per round basis. Over the years many children have begun their golf on this course, and we encourage juniors to learn the basic skills of golf and the important etiquette is emphasised.

The club was established in 1891 on a part of the ground now occupied by Lundin Golf Club, but was moved to the Standing Stanes Park in 1910 on the course designed by five times Open Champion, James Braid.

It is a great 9 hole course for beginners but is testing for golfers of all abilities. It is a tight parkland course, with the standing stanes taking pride of place in the middle of the 2nd fairway. A burn offers some challenge at the 6th, 7th and 9th holes. The rough at the 3rd / 4th holes makes the golfer think. Standard scratch is 68.

It is a course suitable for players of all ages and ability. The whole family can enjoy a holiday or a day out in the East Neuk of Fife, commonly known as the Fife Riviera, renowned for its beautiful scenery and unspoilt fishing villages.

LLGC membership is open to ladies (£240), girls under 18 (£30) and ladies between 18 to 21 in full time education (£120). Men and boys are welcome to take out season tickets.

As many couples enjoy playing golf together, we are offering a ‘nearest and dearest’ package of one membership and one partner's season ticket at £340.

Should you require any information, help or assistance that cannot be found while browsing the web pages please contact the Secretary.

Course Flyover

Thanks to Euan Ramsay for filming the video.

Latest News

OBE for New Member
Jill Miller, Director of Cultural Services, Glasgow Life who joined the golf club last year, received an OBE for services to culture in Glasgow from Her Majesty the Queen at Holyrood Palace on the 4th July. Jill has worked in Glasgow since 1999 and manages museums, collections, archives, arts, music, libraries and community services. The highlight so far in her career is being responsible for Festival 2014 the cultural programme in Glasgow at the 2014 Commonwealth Games. Jill returned to live in the area in 2013 and has taken up golf at Lundin Ladies in preparation for her retirement. She also tells me that while she loves the game, the course and the friends she has made,through joining the club, she doubts she will ever get any awards for her golf.!! But you never know.

Coffee Morning
A huge thank you to everyone who contributed to the success of the Coffee Morning. The total raised was £1,405 which will be split between Cancer Research and CHAS.

Golf for Free!
HSBC offered free golf on Saturday July 22 at Lundin Ladies, for children and families. Click here for a photograph of the youngsters who took the opportunity to play.

Tee Closure
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