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The village was largely built in the 19th century to accommodate tourists visiting the village of Lower Largo. Lundin Links is contiguous with Lower Largo. The name reflects the Lundin family, former landowners in the area. Lundin House was demolished in 1876 but its Tower remains.
The village has two golf courses. The 18-hole course, Lundin Golf Club, was used as a pre-qualifying course when The Open Championship is held at St. Andrews. Lundin Ladies' Golf Club (a 9-hole course) is the oldest women's golf course in the world.
On the second fairway of the ladies' course there is a cluster of three standing stones dating from the 2nd millennium BC that form a megalithic four-poster (one of the stones was lost around 1792).
- Prof Reginald L. A. E. Westergaard FRSE (d.1920) Copenhagen-born Professor of Mycology at Heriot-Watt College in Edinburgh
- Dame Anne Bryans (1909-2004)
- Angus Black (1925-2018) rugby player
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