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Welcome To Leven Golfing Society
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Leven Golfing Society
The world’s 11th oldest Golf Club
Leven Golfing Society
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Leven Golfing Society
Members play over the famous Leven Links

The iconic Clubhouse which overlooks what is claimed to be the second most difficult finishing hole in Scottish golf with the demonic Scoonie Burn surrounding the Green, is a magnificent turreted building housing many historical artefacts including the famous Gold Medal which is older than the Open Championship’s Claret Jug.

The Open Amateur Stroke-play Championship which is the world’s oldest such competition was inaugurated in 1870 and has been won by many famous golfers including perhaps the most famous of all, Lee Westwood OBE who kindly agreed to accept the Patronage of the Club.

In modern times Leven Links has hosted Final Open Qualifying 6 times, each time when The Open was played over St. Andrews. The quality of player for this prestigious event is probably best exemplified by the year 2000.

Playing over Leven Links, and hoping to qualify for The Open that year, were Mark McNulty, Luke Donald, Eduardo Romero, Anders Forsbrand, Stephen Gallagher, Justin Rose, Matt Kuchar, Geoff Ogilvy and Adam Scott.

In more recent times Robert McIntyre has won the Scottish Champion of Champions over Leven Links.