"Yesterday morning a ladies golf course was opened at Lundin Links. The course has been laid out by Mr Glover of the Epping Forest Club, London and is situated to the east of the Lundin and Leven links course. There are twenty holes in the new course, and in the forenoon a large number of ladies engaged in a game."
Mr Gillespie of St Andrews was named as the architect. This would have been James Ross Gillespie (1854-1914) whose profile on the Dictionary of Scottish Architects suggests that his practice was involved in a number of developments in Lundin Links, including the Post Office, D.M. Patrick's golf club makers house and workshop, and the Bowling and Tennis Club buildings. See http://www.scottisharchitects.org.uk/architect_full.php?id=100030
Over the next decade or so the ladies course shifted size and location using land next to the Lundin Golf Club. However, in 1908, such was the popularity of golf in the area, that the Lundin and Leven courses were reconfigured and the Ladies moved to the Standing Stanes Park and adjoining fields. The clubhouse was moved to its present location and a new nine-hole course laid out by James Braid. The new course was officially opened on 15 April 1910. For further detail and images see: http://www.lundinladiesgolfclub.co.uk/history.asp