Playing the Course
Panmure Golf Club, founded in 1845, is one of the oldest clubs around. At that time a nine hole course was laid by Robertson and Pires of St Andrews in the area of Monifieth.
This was later extended to eighteen holes in 1880, but due to a huge influx of numbers playing there, the club moved to its present location at Barry in 1899. Today the hidden gem of Panmure Golf Club is a traditional links course that is situated adjacent to the world famous Carnoustie Championship Links and Monifieth Golf Course.
The quality of the course has been recognised several times over the years with many significant competitions being staged here, including local and national amateur championships and final qualifying for the Open Championship on several occasions.
In 2016 we hosted The World Hickory Championship for the second time and it was won again by Sandy Lyle MBE. In 2017 we conferred Honorary membership on Sandy not only for those victories but for being an Open and Masters champion.
Panmure Golf Club
Panmure takes great pride in its traditions, with a course which combines the best elements of links and heath, challenging fairways, and undulating greens.
The addition of old Scots pines and natural sandhills give the terrain an enduring quality. Hallmarks such as the ‘Hogan’ hole (the sixth) and the Buddon Burn (the twelfth) conspire to give you a round of golf to remember and the old clubhouse, as a backdrop to the last three holes, beckons you home.
Panmure Golf Club,
Barry by Carnoustie,