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Lundin is a magnificent, challenging links course. Formerly used as a Final Qualifying course for the Open Championship when held at St Andrews and host to the 2010 World Junior Open.
The subscription at present is £505 (subject to annual review).
There is also a joining fee which is currently set at £880.
All that is required is for a full application form to be completed and proposed and seconded by 2 Full members of two years standing.
If you do not know of any members to countersign your application form please e-mail the Secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org and he will arrange for the Captain and another Council member to meet you and introduce you to the club.
For an application form please contact the Secretary.
Make it your own club in Scotland, yours to play as often as you like. Get pleasure from this special category of International Membership of Lundin GC, and enjoy an outstanding championship links golf course.
If you wish, you may also play in Club Medal and other club Competitions. You can bring along your friends as visitors to your club on payment of a daily green-fee, giving them temporary membership for the day.
Lundin Golf club was founded in 1868. The course was redesigned in1909 by one of the finest golf course architects, five times Open Champion James Braid.
In the picturesque seaside village of Lundin Links, near St Andrews, Lundin has for many years been a qualifying course for the Open. Brad Faxon US PGA Tour professional qualified for the Open at Lundin in 2005.
Before and after play enjoy the facilities of the clubhouse, voted ‘Clubhouse of the Year 2008’ by Golf Monthly. The views from the bar and dining room are outstanding, looking across the 18th green, 1st tee and the Firth of Forth, over to Muirfield on the East Lothian coast.
International Members are non-UK citizens who must have their main and permanent residence out with the UK. They must hold a current handicap certificate from a recognised source. International Members may be introduced by a current member of Lundin Golf Club or by a letter from the Secretary of their home club where they must be in ‘good standing’. The letter should accompany the application. They shall not be called upon to pay entry money, or assessment, but will pay an annual membership fee, reviewed annually with other club subscriptions. International Members may play in Monthly Club Medal competitions and other Club Competitions but may not win any trophies. International Members shall take no part in the management of the club and shall not have a vote at any Annual, Special or Extraordinary General Meeting.
Application forms are available from the Club Secretary.
Note: Members of Lundin Golf Club also enjoy a discount on green fees when visiting Crail, Ladybank and Scotscraig Golf Clubs.