Leven Links
Leven Links on the north shore of the Firth of Forth is another of Scotland's historic courses and is the 11th oldest golf club in the world.
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The original nine hole layout was extended to 18 holes in 1868 when Young Tom Morris made the short journey down from St Andrews to win the inaugural 36-hole event.

Leven has long been an Open Championship qualifying course and is home to the Standard Life Gold Medal which dates back to 1870 and lays claim to being the oldest open amateur stroke play championship in the world.

It has all the ingredients which make up a great Scottish Links - undulating fairways with hills and hollows, out of bounds and a burn.

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