to Ladybank Golf Club, based in Fife, Scotland.
Ladybank hosted Local Final Qualifying again in 2010, when The Open Championship was played at St Andrews. This is the seventh time that Ladybank has hosted Local Final Qualifying since 1978.
Those of us who are fortunate enough to play Ladybank on a regular basis
are fulsome in our praise of the course and its surroundings. On
a fine summer's day there is no finer place on earth - there is
no doubt in our minds that this is a course of outstanding quality
and rare beauty.
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interested in the natural beauty of their surroundings Ladybank
also provides valuable wildlife habitat for a range of flora and
fauna, which is both locally and nationally uncommon. As well as
providing character and definition to the course the abundance of
woodland, grassland and heather is important to a wide range of
wildlife. Red squirrels, in decline in the UK, are resident in the
proliferation of Scots pines in and around the course. Their larger
brethren, the grey squirrel, can be found in the broad-leaved species
of beech tree in the avenue leading to the Clubhouse.
objective is the provision of a quality service to complement a
quality course. We will endeavour to try and meet your individual
needs to ensure you enjoy and remember your Open Qualifying Experience
hope that you enjoy this web site, and look forward to seeing you
here in the near future.