Lundin Golf Club is often overshadowed by St. Andrews, which sits just 30 minutes away, but it is one of Scotland's lesser-known gems. Lundin G.C. is a complex links layout that offers a variety of challenges including open burns, internal out of bounds provided by an old railway line, and numerous strategically placed bunkers. The layout is also known for its narrow fairways and the constantly changing winds that blow through the golf course. Lundin Golf Club boasts excellent greens, whose quality has played a large part in building the course's growing following. There are a number of demanding, short par 4s, most notably the 16th, which features a burn running across the fairway. The golf course also opens with a par 4. Golfers will begin by teeing from an elevated green that slopes downhill from front to back to a generous fairway with out-of-bounds to the left.