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 close to 200 members. 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.

Membership is available to lady golfers and junior girls. Gentlemen and boys may become season ticket holders if they wish.

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

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Lundin Ladies held their Scratch Championship match on Saturday 13th August between Dianne Watson and Frances McIntosh. It was a very exciting match with an eagle from Dianne on the 8th followed by a superb drive to within a few feet from the pin on the 9th from Frances. Championship winner
Dianne was the winner and was presented with the Feuars Bowl by Captain Sue Nicholson (middle) with runner up Frances McIntosh on the right.


Handicap Champion
Winner of the Crail Bowl and Lundin Ladies Handicap champion Sue Nicholson and runner up Frances McIntosh

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Click here for the solution to the 'Things you wear' quiz. The winner was Moraig Norton.

The coffee morning raised a magnificent £1450, half of which will go to Cancer Research. Captain Sue would like to thank all the people who contributed in any way to the success of this event.
The Winners of the Little & Large Competition were Sophia and Iain Honeyman 41, with Runners-up Robert and Lewis Bennett 42.
Nearest the pin was Lewis Brodie, Winner of The Longest Drive 9 and under was Oliver Bain and the Winner of The Longest Drive 10 and over was Lewis Brodie.

1st Handicap M Paton & C Ford (Elmwood) (25.2) 58.8
2nd Handicap A Jeffrey & J Morris (Elmwood) (27.4) 65.6
3rd Handicap N King & M Finnigan (Lundin Ladies/Leven) (26.8) 67.2
1st Scratch F McIntosh & S Nicholson (Lundin Ladies) 83
2nd Scratch A Bremner & A Dobie (Lundin Ladies) 84
Straightest Drive (Silver) S Nicholson
Straightest Drive (Bronze) S Muir (Lundin Ladies)
Nearest the Pin in 2 E King & S Curr (Dunning)

Members, make the most of the light nights and join us for 9 holes of Social Golf 6.30 pm Thursdays throughout July and August. Beginning 7th July, no handicap needed.

This new competition for members 70 and over will be held on Wednesday 31 August at 10 am. The prize is a trophy kindly donated by Lady Valerie Gilmour. Anyone under 70 is also welcome to play - for a golf ball.

Wednesdays 09.15 to 11:30 and 12:45 to 3.00 pm for competition.
Tuesdays 6 to 7 pm from 29th March for Junior Golf. Visitors welcome outwith these times. Priority must be given to competitors.

125th Anniversary
This year is the 125th anniversary of the Club's founding and to mark the event a new club flag was raised on Sunday March 20th. For further details and some photographs of the day, follow this link.
Members may be interested to see how Scottish Golf reported the day by viewing the article.