The clubhouse at Luffness New Golf Course
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Most of the houses in Luffness are traditional farm cottages; among its notable buildings are Luffness Castle (also known as Luffness House) and Luffness Mill. Luffness New golf course is part of the fine selection of courses in the area, and the Myreton Motor Museum is nearby.
Old Tom Morris (seated far left) on 11 October 1894 at the New Luffness Competition.
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