nr Carnoustie, Angus DD7 7RT
18 holes. Seaside links. Gently undulating terrain - easy to walk.
Current course at this location (designer unkown) dates from around 1899; previously the Club played on the Monifeith Links.
10 miles E of Dundee
From the east side of Dundee, follow the A92 direction Abroath. After approx 7.5 miles, take exit Carnoustie / Barry Mill and follow direction Carnoustie. After approx 1.1 miles, at roundabout, turn right direction Monifieth onto the A930. After o.5 miles turn left direction Golf Course / Barry Station. After o.3 miles golf entrance is on your right.
Panmure Golf Club: Just a mile or so along the road from Carnoustie, Panmure is one of the lesser known gems of Scottish golf in this area. Although set back a mile or two from the sea, in a rather rural and occasionally wooded environment, the course is essentially links in character. The nicely undulating terrain of low dune ridges, is home to plenty of humps, bumps and hollows, with firm, sandy-soil fairways leading you to the often large and sloping greens. The early and later holes are partly tree-lined, but relatively open terrain and attendant gorse bushes and heather feature more strongly in the middle part of the course. Water ditches are only in play on a couple of holes - at the tricky par-4 12th and the slightly longer par-4 13th - good course management is essential at both.
At the far end of the course you will glimpse neighbouring Monifieth Links, and on the homeward nine, the same trains that rattle past Carnoustie and Monifieth also run alongside some of Panmure's holes, but never in sufficient numbers to detract from your enjoyment of this otherwise quiet, natural and thoroughly pleasant golf layout. From the 16th onward the wonderfully distinctive frontage of Panmure's clubhouse draws ever nearer, and so too the welcoming 19th hole.
Visitors welcome on weekdays and weekends (Saturdays after 3pm).
Must book in advance. Handicap required.
Credit cards accepted. Contact club for full details, discounts, packages, etc. [Last updated: 2019].
Players generally walk this course. Golf carts available for hire. Caddies available (if requested at least 48 hrs in advance).
Panmure is used as a qualifying course for Open Championships held at Carnoustie. The distinctive pavilion-style clubhouse dates from the Edwardian period (early 1900's). Within its walls, men are required to wear a jacket and tie in the Main Lounge and Dining Room.
2019 Golf World rating: 42nd best course in Scotland.
13 Panmure Terrace, Broughty Ferry, Dundee, Tayside DD5 2QL
+44 (0)1382 480 033Visit website
The Best Western Woodlands Hotel is one of Dundee’s finest hotels nestling in the seaside village of Broughty Ferry. The hotel features an indoor Leisure Club with a large swimming pool, full range of fitness facilities, beauty therapist and steam room. Beautiful mature gardens. Large car park. Great golf nearby.
Monifieth; Panmure; Carnoustie (Championship, Burnside & Buddon courses).
Scotscraig, Downfield, Letham Grange
The Links, Carnoustie, Angus DD7 7JE
+44 (0)1241 411 999Visit website
Located just a short putt beyond the 18th green of Carnoustie's Championship course, and close to the unspoilt beaches lining the North Sea. Many rooms have wonderful views onto the Carnoustie golf courses.
Carnoustie (Championship, Burnside and Buddon courses)
Downfield; Letham Grange; Scotscraig
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