Lundin Links Standing Stones
Not every golf course can claim to have its own historical feature. Lundin Links Fairway in Fife, Scotland, hosts three standing stones and there was likely a fourth one of the circle, which has been lost. With the tallestpillar towering above humans at almost 3 metres, these stones dominate the local landscape and inspire us to wonder at their purpose, given the effort of getting them there, in days before machinery.
Dating from the second millennium BC, the megaliths attract much speculation. The four pillars form a circle, although the fourth one toppled at the end of the 18th century and has been removed over time by treasure-hunters. The village of Lundin Links grew up in response to the constant stream of tourists, and the Ladies golf course, upon which the stones are situated, is the oldest in the world.
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