- 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.