In Volume 1 of The Confidential Guide to Golf Courses, Tom Doak published that.
“For many years, the original Innerleven course stretched along the shore between the towns of Leven and Lundin Links, with a clubhouse at each end for the resident golfers of the two towns. When the game became so popular that the traffic doomed the ability to use two starting points, they were forced to “split the baby” in 1909, with each course gaining nine new holes further inland; but Leven drew the short straw here, as their end of the links was a bit less dramatic. The first three holes are cracking par-4’s in rippling country near the shore, and the long par-4 18th with its approach across the Scoonie Burn provides the chance for a heroic or heartbreaking finish, but much of the stuff in between is quickly forgotten.”
Leven Golf Club received a score of 4 out of 10 from Tom Doak and two of his co-authors.