Monday, 23 August 2010

One of Scotlands greatest - Ladybank

On a fine summer’s day, it can be hard to imagine a lovelier spot for a round of golf. With abundant pine and silver birch trees, Ladybank offers rare beauty as well as a top-notch golfing challenge. Ladybank is a Par 71 Championships course, formed of two nine-hole loops, with a total length of 6,754 yards – though there is the shorter 6,299 yard Blue Course, most usually enjoyed by visitors.

An Open Qualifying course, Ladybank’s original course, of just six holes, was designed by ‘Old’ Tom Morris back in 1879. It has, as you can imagine, changed a great deal since then, but if you stray off line, you can still expect to be punished!

An uplifting experience for all golfers, Ladybank has played host to a galaxy of stars since it was accepted for Final Qualifying in 1978. While undoubtedly challenging, the course can be described as a fair test of golf – and is also fairly flat, so relatively easy on the legs.

We love it!

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