Panmure Golf Course (est. 1845)
Yards: 6360 Holes: 18 Par: 70
Panmure golf course near Carnoustie has hosted many national and regional championships in its time. Perhaps less conspicuous than its neighbours, it is one of the true golfing gems of the Angus coast.
The golf course can be fairly difficult for high-handicappers and novices, and low-handicappers will have to give some thought to their positional play. After a gentle start Panmure tightens noticeably at the 3rd. Ben Hogan practised at Panmure prior to the 1953 Open at Carnoustie and the 6th hole of the course was rated in his top 18 holes.
Panmure golf course offers a host of challenges to even the most seasoned golfer, and the course is a pleasure to tackle.
In general, the greens on the course are small and the bunkers are deep. Accuracy is often more important than length and each hole should be played strategically with thought always given to the approach shot. Whins and thick rough abound throughout the course and can destroy a poorly managed game.
Panmure golf course's tight fairways lined with gorse demand good placement from the tee at the expense of distance. Approach shots also require accuracy and on occasion clever shot making is necessary, but once on the greens you shouldn't have too much difficulty coping.
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Director of Golf: Andrew CrerarTelephone: +44 (0) 1241 855120
Green Fee Rates:
November 16 to March 17:
- £30 per round
- £45 per round
- £60 per round
May to 14th October 17:
- £95 per round
15th to 31st October 17:
- £60 per round