Founded in 1868, this is Scottish links golf at its very best; several blind shots, numerous hazards and rolling fairways with unexpected bumps. The sea is visible form almost every hole at Lundin Golf Club, something which any true links course should encompass.
The front nine is a test of your patience and fortitude while the back nine, especially the closing stretch of holes, requires careful course management and pinpoint accuracy. Getting par from the 16th onwards is not only a test of your skill but a test of nerve.
In particular, the finishing hole is a real test. The tee shot is wide open, but the approach leaves you with a shot to a long, narrow green, where out of bounds lurks on the left. A real tough finish to an enjoyable test of Scottish links golf.