Panmure Golf Club

About the course

Tournaments have been won and lost on the Panmure golf course for a very long time.

The Panmure course is one of the oldest golf clubs in the world, dating back to 1845, and is one of the 24 clubs that originally helped purchase the Amateur Championship trophy, which was first played for in 1885.

Influenced by the likes of Old Tom Morris and James Braid, the famous links requires both strategy and skill while offering an enjoyable test for all levels.

The course combines the best elements of links and heathland with narrow fairways, challenging carries, undulating greens and sand hills conjured by nature.

Touches of heather give the course a wonderful texture and the gently undulating hills add both visual appeal and strategic impact.

Ben Hogan spent two weeks on the links before the 1953 Open at Carnoustie to get used to the terrain, tight lies and 1.62-inch diameter ball. He even reportedly mowed the 17th green to his liking and returned the cleaned mower to the head greenkeeper! He won the Open by four shots and set a course record with a 68 in the final round!


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Ranking Scotland 32
Architect Old Tom Morris & James Braid
Year of foundation 1845
Par Course 72
Number of holes 18
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