A pitch and putting course was opened at the Lundin Golf Club in June 1923. Situated between the railway line and Station Road (now Links Road), the course was mapped out by Mr D. Patrick and Mr R. C. Paxton. Mr Patrick ran a clubmaking business in Golf Road while Mr Paxton was a former Club Captain who resided at nearby Homelands. Reported in the Leven Mail as an "addition to the amenities of Lundin Links" the course was quickly "enjoying a liberal patronage". The photograph below shows the same area today - now a practice ground.
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