This photograph of the Lundin Golf Clubhouse must surely date from the late 1890s as the building looks so new and the surrounding paths and fences are pristine. The clubhouse was opened in 1896 and the architect of the building was P.L. Henderson (who also designed the Lundin Links Hotel). The small building to the left belonged to golf clubmaker Alex Patrick, the brother of fellow clubmaker D.M. Patrick who lived and worked in Golf Road. The clubhouse itself has, of course, been extended on several occasions since this photograph was taken. I wonder if any images of the interior the original Victorian building exist. I'm sure the inside would have been as elegant as the exterior.
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