Panmure Golf Club
A true and proper links course, Panmure Golf Club is an absolute gem and a must play for those who visit the area – or worth a trip just to play Panmure. It really is that good. A layout designed by 3 of the most famous names in golf; James Braid, Old Tom Morris and Ben Hogan – they definitely got it right. The toughest hole on Panmure is named after Hogan – a 414 yard par 4 makes the 6th hole a test of your golfing abilities.
Located in the same region as Carnoustie and Monifieth, Panmure keeps some excellent company and sits near the top of the list. Make no mistake, Panmure is a difficult track and many scorecards have been ripped at any hole on the course. You can draw many comparisons between Panmure and the Old Course at St Andrews; the traditional out-and-back layout with a few birdie opportunities to start the round and to finish the round.
As with many links courses, if you’re wayward off the tee then the second shot from the heather is brutally difficult. To play well at Panmure, you need to remain patient and have a strategy to prevent disasters occurring. It’s got championship credentials and the fact that Ben Hogan practiced solely at Panmure before winning his only Open Championship at Carnoustie in 1953 illustrates this. If you want to play true links golf, then Panmure is the course for you.
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