Design influenced by the five times Open Champion and famous course architect James Braid, this traditional 18-hole Championship links course measures 6,360 yards.
The Panmure members are very proud of their traditions, the Clubhouse and, most of all, the classic Links and heathland Golf Course which combines the best elements of links and heather.
With tight fairways, challenging carries and compact, undulating greens, it is admired by visitors from home and overseas.
Old Scots pines and sandhills forged by nature give the terrain an enduring quality in keeping with its long history.
Hallmarks such as the 'Hogan' hole (the sixth) and the Buddon Burn (the twelfth) conspire to give you a round of golf to remember. A round at Panmure comes very highly recommended on the ‘Buchan & Byers must play’ list.
The Old Clubhouse is one of the finest old golf buildings in Scotland. Its unique and delightful lounges are full of character. Devotees of the history of golf will be interested to know of our origins, borne of the close trading relationship between Dundee and Calcutta in the halcyon days of the Jute Industry.
Friendly staff afford a real Scottish welcome and good food and wine will complete your day here.
With golf being played in Dornoch since 1616, the course continues to challenge golfers and is a favourite of Tom Watson.
One of Scotlands hidden gems and easily on a par with the finest links courses in Scotland.
A classic parkland Championship course and a venue used for final qualifying for the Open Championship at St. Andrews.