Situated on a renowned stretch of links between Monifieth and the world famous Carnoustie, Panmure Golf Club has been used as a venue for qualifying for The Open. The club was founded in 1845, but moved to its current site in 1899; several holes on the course were altered in 1922 on the advice of the legendary James Braid. Ben Hogan practised here for the 1953 Open at Carnoustie, which he won by four shots. The course features his favourite hole, the dogleg 6th, which heralds the toughest stretch around the turn.
Caddies available: Yes (Request in advance through Links Golf)
Pullcarts available: Yes
Practice facilities: Practice area and putting green.
Electric buggies available: Yes
Dress code: No denims or trainers. No golf shoes, caps or hats in clubhouse.
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