Lundin Golf Club acts as a final qualifying golf course for the Open Championship when it's held in St Andrews. Back in 1964, Welshman Dai Rees drew a crowd at the qualifiers there (see images above and below). By then in his 50s, Rees did qualify and finished the Open in joint 38th place. Three years earlier he had narrowly missed out on the 1961 British Open title, finishing one stroke behind Arnold Palmer. In 1957 he had captained the Ryder Cup team which brought the title back to Europe after 22 years. If you have memories or images of other qualifiers held in Lundin Links, please comment or Contact us.
This blog is about the history of the villages of Lundin Links, Lower Largo and Upper Largo in Fife, Scotland. Comments and contributions from readers are very welcome!
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