Visiting Panmure Golf Club

Visitors are most welcome at the Club, daily apart from Saturdays and Tuesday mornings which are reserved for members and their guests. Parties of more than four, must book in advance. Groups of four or less are welcome to play without making an advance booking by checking in to the professional’s shop, but in general, start times are not available on Saturdays or on Tuesday mornings.

The Club would expect a fourball to complete a round in three and a half hours. Visitors are reminded that in June and July it is possible to complete a round having started by 6:30pm. The maximum party size is generally 28, but larger numbers may be possible, at the discretion of Council, on particular days or for particular events. It is recommended to write to the Director of Golf as far in advance as possible to allow each request to be considered on its merits.

Visitors should not be deceived by its length of 6,360 yards. The course occupies only 115 acres, most of which is rough, whins or trees. There are 83 bunkers, 81 of them being spread between 15 holes.

Dress Code

Visitors are respectfully reminded of the expected traditional high standards of dress on the Panmure Course, Practice Grounds and in the Clubhouse rooms.

Please avoid embarrassing situations by following the Code, as no member of staff is permitted to allow any exception to this Code.  Panmure staff members have the authority to decide on acceptable attire, following the descriptions below.

It is the ongoing responsibility of all Members to comply with the detail and the spirit of the rules and to ensure that all other Members, guests, and visitors do likewise.

Panmure Golf Course and Practice Grounds

        • Golf shirts must have collars, turtle or polo necks. Collarless shirts, T-shirts, football shirts and any shirts carrying slogans, numbers or illustrations that are not golf related, are not permitted.
        • Shirts must be tucked into trousers at all times.
        • Trousers and shorts should be tailored and appropriate for golf. Blue denim, paramilitary or camouflage style trousers, cargo pants, cut-offs or tracksuits are not permitted.
        • All recognised golfing headwear is acceptable but caps with a peak must be worn with the peak at the front.
        • Spikes or rubber soled golf shoes must be worn on the course. Trainers are not permitted on the course, practice ground or in the Clubhouse. Metal spiked shoes and hats may be worn to and from the Locker Rooms but are not permitted in other areas of the Clubhouse.

19th Hole

The 19th Hole is effectively an extension of the Golf Course, and Council extends a warm welcome to all golfers, but would respectively request that all headgear is removed.

Hogan Lounge

Panmure GC is famed for its tradition and values, and Council encourages the wearing of Jacket and Tie, but “Smart Casual” golf wear and day shoes must be worn as a minimum in the Hogan Lounge, and more specifically shorts and waterproofs are not permitted.

Council reserve the right to specify that more formal dress, i.e. jacket and tie, be worn in the Hogan Lounge by all Gentlemen for Club representative matches, or Social Events.

Dalhousie  Room

Jacket and Tie must be worn by Gentlemen at all times, and commensurate non-golfing attire to be worn by Ladies.

Any exemptions to the above must be approved in advance.