Welcome to Panmure Golf Club
As Captain, it is my pleasure to introduce Panmure Golf Club to you.
Situated between the Courses of Monifieth and Carnoustie on the east coast of Scotland this James Braid designed Golf Course is approximately 8 miles from Dundee 20 miles from St Andrews and within easy travelling distance of Edinburgh, Aberdeen and Glasgow.
We are very proud of our traditions, our Clubhouse and most of all, our Golf Course which combines the best elements of links and heath, with tight fairways, challenging carries and compact, undulating greens. Old Scots pines and sandhills forged by nature give the terrain an enduring quality in keeping with the Club’s long history. Hallmarks such as the 'Hogan' hole (the sixth) and the Buddon Burn (the twelfth) conspire to give you a round of golf to remember.
Our Clubhouse is one of the finest old golf buildings in Scotland. Its unique and delightful lounges are full of character. Devotees of the history of golf will be interested to know of our origins, borne of the close trading relationship between Dundee and Calcutta in the halcyon days of the Jute Industry. Friendly staff afford a real Scottish welcome and good food and wine will complete your day here.
Gary Nicoll, our Head Green Keeper, and his team have been continuing to make significant improvements to the Course during the winter period and I am confident it will be in excellent condition for the 2014 Season.
Our Professional, Andrew Crerar, has a fully stocked shop where quality items to remind you of your day can be purchased. Andrew and his team also run the range and the practice ground and offer first class instruction by arrangement.
We are pleased to be rated by Golf Monthly amongst the Top 100 Courses in the United Kingdom. Come and experience our Golf Course for yourself and enjoy the challenges presented by Panmure.
J S Robertson
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Panmure & Ben Hogan
"Panmure legend has it that, during his preparations for the 1953 British Open held at Carnoustie (just two miles to the west), Ben Hogan mowed the seventeenth green at Panmure himself, to meet his precise requirements for putting practice."