Panmure Golf Club

A classic links with sand dunes and gorse, pot bunkers, run-offs and swales.

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Overview

One of the oldest golf clubs in the world, Panmure still retains its bygone era aura with pride. The mood is set from the clubhouse, an elegant replica of Calcutta Golf Club Clubhouse, and there are numerous displays commemorating US golfing legend Ben Hogan. He famously practised alone at Panmure in preparation for winning The Open at nearby Carnoustie in 1953. Today’s golfers can enjoy a friendly club and a round of inland links golf with tight fairways and flashes of heather.

Key Info

Location

Carnoustie

Architect

Old Tom Morris, James Braid

Established

1845

Par

70

Course Length

6,551 yards (Black tees)
6,113 yards (Blue)
5,684 yards (Yellow)
6,360 yards (White)

Signature Holes

Hole 6 - Hogan - par 4
Hole 18 - Calcutta - par 4

Notable Events Hosted

Open Championship final qualifying, Amateur Championship, British Senior Amateur Championship, Scottish Professional Championship.

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