Lundin Ladies' Golf Club

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 (£245), girls under 18 (£35) and ladies between 18 to 21 in full time education (£122.50). 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 £410.

An application form for membership may be found here.

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.

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Latest News

Fundraiser 1: PRIZE DRAW!
Council is pleased to announce that Sharon Boakes is the winner of the above draw and will have the benefit of free membership for 2021.

Return to Competitive Golf
The Council and the Handicap Team are delighted to announce that competitive golf will recommence on Wednesday July 1st, beginning with the July Medal.
In the Members' section (in the navigation bar above) you will find the new Fixture List, details of how the return to competitive golf will work and instructions for entering your scores using HowDidIDo.

Covid-19 Update
To see the email that Captain Senga Hogg sent to members containing important information regarding booking arrangement from Thursday July 2, click on this link.
The important features are

1. All bookings can be made by telephoning the starters box tel. 07899 270 774 every day from 9.30 a.m. except Wednesday.

2. From Thursday 2nd July visitors and member’s guests will be welcome to play the course with the condition that all contact details must be entered in the visitor’s book in the Starter’s hut.

New Procedures When Golf is allowed
The attached document gives members information about the procedures that will be required for playing golf at Lundin Ladies once restrictions are lifted.

Captain Senga Hogg sent out this email to all members.

Hole in One
Past Captain Linda Mould had a hole in one on Friday March 13, and to mark the ocasion was presented with a bottle of wine by Captain Senga Hogg.

Captain vs Vice Captain
A photograph of the participants may be seen by following this link.

Induction of New Captain
Senga Hogg was inducted as Captain with a presentation of the Chain of Office by past Captain Linda Mould.

Floral Presentation
Captain Linda Mould presented flowers to Aileen Young and Lilian Spence for their work for the club. Aileen has run the Friday Social Golf for many years as well as being on the council and organising outings. Lilian has been Secretary and Handicap Secretary for quite some time. She was also instrumental in introducing 9 hole competitions.

Winter Wednesdays
At the last Winter Wednesday of the season Captain Linda Mould presented Maris MacCrossan with a bouquet of flowers for her help in its organisation.

Golf Drive
Friday February 21

Our first fund-rasing event, The Golf Drive, was a great success if the level of noise was anything to go by. It was a very social evening and enjoyed by all. We are delighted to say that we made over £400. A big thank you to all who helped and participated.
Photographs of some of the participants may be viewed here.

Fun Day December 1
The annual Fun Day was held on Sunday December 1 and attracted a large number of participants in a multitude of different Christmassy costumes. For a photograph follow this link. There you will also see the winners of the various competitions that were held.

2019 Prize Winners
The Annual Prize Winners Dinner was held at Lundin Golf Club on Friday November 8. For a list of the Prize Winners follow this link, and for a photograph click here.

M Meek, J Fairfull &M Dawson 71.1
L Mould, L Spence & C Webster 71.7
S Nicholson, J Banks & I Myles 72.8

A photograph of the winners with their trophies may be found by following this link.

S Cunningham & S Boakes 67.8
A Bremner & S Clark 68.8
S Hogg & S Honeyman 71.6

Telfer Trophies (Foursomes) 14 September
S Clark & S Hogg 68
J McLean & E Hay 69
J Allan & J Banks 71.5
The winners may be seen here.

Invitation Greensomes
The Invitation Greensomes played on Saturday 24 August produced the following winners:
S Pinkney & K Campbell (Scratch)
S Nicholson & D Watson (Handicap)
A phptograph of the winnners may be viewed here.

MacDonald Salver
The MacDnald Salver 2 Ball Foursomes played on 21 August was won by Sue Pinkney and Heather Fleming.

Club Championship
The Club Championship Finals played on Sunday 4th August produced the following winners:
Shona Cunningham(18 Hole Scratch) , Pam Seath (18 Hole Handicap) and Maris MacCrossan.(9 Hole).
The winner of the Junior Handicap was Oliver Band.

Coffee Morning
LUNDIN LADIES COFFEE MORNING raised over £1600 which will be split between Cancer Research and Love Oliver. Thanks to all who contributed and helped us raise this fantastic amount.
Here is a photograph of the entrants in the The Little & Large competition.

Charity Coffee Morning
Saturday August 3
10.30am - 12.00 noon

Tickets £3 (children £1) include Tea/coffee and home baking,
Raffle,  Little & Large Competition,  Plants,  Golf Wear & Equipment,  Tombola ,  Cake and Candy,  Books,  Splat the Rat,  Putting,  Chipping,  Bottle Lights,  Love Oliver Goods 

The Little & Large Competition is a fun competition for juniors with an adult to play 8 holes of golf on Lundin Ladies Golf Course.

An Entry form for it may be downloaded here.

R McLennan & A Smith 59.2
S Honeyman & J Banks 60.8
J Loudon & J Short 62
S Hogg & P Todd 64.2

G Miller & A Bowie 64.8
S Cunningham & L Cunningham 65.4

S Cunningham & L Cunningham

The draw for the Open Greensomes on July 17 has now been made. It may be viewed/downloaded here.

F Stoddard & G Laing 67
A Bremner & M Bremner 74
S McPeake & C Bridges 78

J Stuart & K Stuart 58.5
L Colston & D Robertson 60.5
C Bury & J Bury 62

A photograph of the handicap winners (along with the lucky winners of the magic 2's ) may be viewed here.

June Medal Results
18 Hole Medal
C Carstairs (17) 70 (BIH)
S Nicholson (17) 70
L Mould (21) 71

9 Hole Medal
P Seath (16) 17
D Parish (14) 16
C Horsburgh (18) 16 (after countback)

Captain's Prizes
The Captain's Prizes, both 18 & 9 hole competitions, were held on June 2. For a photograph of the winners click here.

Mixed Open Draw
The draw for the Mixed Open Foursomes on Sunday June 16th has been made and may be viewed/printed by following this link.

Lundin Ladies Invitation Mixed
The results of the Invitation Mixed played on Sunday May 5 are:
1st Scratch Fiona Stoddard & Paul Pinkney 76
1st Handicap Carol Carstairs & Andy Carstairs 62.5
2nd Linda Mould & Philip Mould
3rd Maris MacCrossan & Gordon Palmer
A photograph of the winners may be viewed here.

Captain v Vice-Captain
The Captain v Vice-Captain match had to be cancelled because of the weather but instead members had a most enjoyable social afternoon in the Clubhouse with games and a putting competition as well as the wonderful baking from our members.
But first some hardy souls went up the first fairway as part of the Guess the Captain's Drive challenge.

Rules of Golf 2019
To see a video about the new Rules of Golf that will be in use from 2019 onwards follow this link

2018 Prize Winners
The Prize Winners for the season 2018 were announced at the Annual Dinner held in Lundin Gold Club on November 9 and a list of names may be viewed/downloaded here. In addition, photographs of the attendees at the Dinner and the Club Champions, Shona Cunningham (scratch) & Anne Dobie (handicap) can be seen by following this link.

7 October 2018

A Zuill & J Bennett 63.5
J Stuart & D Keith 64 (BIH)
L Colston & D Mason 64

H Thomson & S Clunie 81

A phptograph of the winners may be seen here.

Texas Scramble
22 September 2018

M Beecher, A Bremner & S Muir 60.5
J Allan, N King, & Z Moir 67.5
M Meek, H Fleming, & S Honeyman 67.8
The winners, with their trophies, may be viewed here.

Hutchison Spoons Greensomes 15 September
F McIntosh & S Muir 63
J McLean & S Lane 65.8
W Williamson & M Mac Crossan 66.4

9 Hole Hutchison Spoons
D Parish & K Lindsay

A photograph of the winners F McIntosh & S Muir is located here.

Ladies Triam Results
The results of the Open Ladies Triam, held on September 12, are now available and may be viewed here.

S Nicholson, J Whiteford, L Colston

K Lindsay, B Dickson, I McNaught

Photographs of the winners may be seen by following this link.

Lundin Ladies Triam September 12
The Draw for the Triam on September 12 has been made and may be viewed/downloaded here.

N King (23) 29 pts
R Fraser (25) 27 pts
T Scott (27) 26 pts


S Pinkney (24) 34 pts
J Whiteford (7) 33 pts
F McIntosh (12) 32 pts (BIH)

A photograph of Norma King receiving the trophy may be seen here.

The results of the Invitational Greesomes held on August 25 are:
1st Hcap C Rodgers & F McIntosh nett 64
2nd Hcap J Whiteford & L Rolland nett 68.8
1st Scratch F Stoddard & A Smith 80
The winners may be viewed here.

FINALS DAY 2018 For photographs and details of the winners click here.

COFFEE MORNING Lundin Ladies held their annual Coffee Morning on Saturday 11 August. This raised the magnificent sum of £1315.54 which will be shared between Cancer Research and Homelands Trust. Many thanks go to all members for their hard work and also to the people who came to support us.

LITTLE & LARGE COMPETITION Little & Large competition for Juniors uner 16 was held at Lundin Ladies Coffee Morning.
The winners were:
Callum Smith & Lee Greig 24 (after countback)
Abby & Tony Crielly 24
Michael & Stewart Whiteford 28
For a photograph of the participants follow this link.

TEE CLOSURES For information aboout Tee Closures click here.

J McLean & J Clark 58.4
A Main & T Scott 58.6
A Erwin & S Muir 58.8
H Fleming & M MacCrossan 60.8

S Yavorsky & T Franklin 77
S Horne & E Mitchell 79
L Gilfillan & A Peden 80
A Bremner & C Main 81 (after countback)

Nearest the pin - Hole 6 (Silver)
S Yavorsky & T Franklin
Nearest the pin in 2 - Hole 18
(Bronze) A Erwin &S Muir

The full list of results may be viewed or downloaded by following this link. MIXED OPEN 17 JUNE
Zoe & Grant Moir 77 (18) 59
Susan & Paul Clark 83 (23.5) 59.5
Jennifer & Gavin Wheeler 81 (19.5) 61.5

Fiona Stoddard and Matthew Robb 71
Maris & Gerry MacCrossan 75
Lesley & Bob Hunter 78

Nearest the pin in 2 Fiona Stoddard and Matthew Robb
For a photograph of the winners click here.

A pdf copy of the complete results may be viewed here.

A Bremner (12) 38 pts
S Cunningham (12) 35 pts
L Mould (21) 35 pts (after countback)

S Clark (25) 20 pts
J Laird (18) 15 pts
A Young (15)14 pts

Nearest the pin in 2 (18 hole) Fiona Stoddard, (9 hole) Janet Laird
Putting competition Maris MacCrossan.
For a photograph of the winners, click here.

The results of the Triam competition for the Selkirk Cups played on 29 April are:
1 Senga Hogg, Zoe Moir, Joyce Allan
2 Anne Bremner, Linda Mould, Jane Banks
3 Moraig Orton, Sarah Lane, Lynda Colston
For a photograph of the winners with their cups click here.

The James Braid Centenery Trophy was won by Linda Mould, whose presentation with the Trophy may be viewed here.