- Scot. a stretch of rolling, sandy land, esp. along a seashore
- golf course
Origin of linksOld English hlincas, plural of hlinc, a slope, akin to hlence: see link
- A golf course.
- a. Chiefly Scots Relatively flat or undulating sandy turf-covered ground usually along a seashore. Also called linksland .b. A golf course located on such land or on similarly treeless sandy terrain inland. Also called links course .
Origin of linksFrom Middle English link ridge of land, hill from Old English hlinc ridge
- plural form of link
- third-person singular simple present indicative form of link
- A golf course, especially one situated on dunes by the sea.