Leven Links is steeped in history, it is the archetypal links course. With its fine bents and fescues, its humps, bumps, hollows and “wispy” rough it could be well used as the very definition of a true links course.
Established in the early eighteen hundreds, Leven Links Golf Course is a seaside links, forming part of a Tom Morris-designed course which was split and extended in 1909.
Located in Fife, near St Andrews, the course comprises 6309 yards, eighteen holes and Par 71, providing an interesting and challenging game of golf whatever your ability. This true links course has undulating fairways, sandy dunes and tall trees, making it an aesthetically pleasing sight to enjoy as you complete your game. At the end of it all lies one of the finest finishing holes in golf where two well struck shots are required to reach a target of quite epic proportions and slope over the yawning demonic Scoonie Burn which winds its way around the right and front of the green.
Alongside its fantastic course, Leven Links is also home to two club houses. Relax after a challenging game in the comfort of either lounge, enjoy a drink at the bar or sample a fine menu in either restaurant. The club houses are also home to excellent changing facilities and the course is able to offer trolley, buggy and caddy hire and practise nets.
Leven Links welcomes visitors