Panmure Golf Club

Barry, Scotland


Back up north, across St. Andrews Bay and two miles west of Carnoustie, Panmure Links is an Old Tom Morris design worth seeking out. Ben Hogan famously spent two weeks at Panmure before the 1953 Open Championship at Carnoustie, where he went on to win his only Claret Jug. During Hogan's stay, he recommended to the club that a bunker be added in front of the sixth green. The club has named the 414-yard par 4 hole “Hogan” in honor of the legend. The course has also hosted Open Championship Final Qualifying a number of times.


Holes 18
Length 6551
Year Opened 1845
Designer Allan Robertson, Alexander Pirie (1845)


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