We are very proud of our traditions, our Clubhouse and, most of all, our Golf Course which combines the best elements of links and heath. 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.
Our 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.
Gary Nicoll, our Head Green Keeper, and his team have been making significant improvements to parts of the Course and it is in excellent condition for the 2017 Season.
Our Professional, Andrew Crerar, has a fully stocked shop where quality items to remind you of your day can be purchased. Andrew and his team also run the range and the practice ground and offer first class instruction by arrangement.
We are pleased to be rated by Golf Monthly amongst the Top 100 Courses in the United Kingdom. Come and experience that rating for yourself and enjoy the challenges presented by Panmure
Terrain: Flat - Slightly undulating with water hazards
18-Hole Panmure Golf Course
Visitors are welcome every day.
Dogs on leash permitted. Mobile phone not permitted on course.
GPS devices approved.
Panmure Golf Club Dress Code
There is a dress code at Panmure Golf Club that is enforced at all times. In order to ensure your visit to Panmure goes smoothly we recommend that you study the information below and ensure that you have the correct attire when visiting us. If you have any questions or queries regarding the information below please contact us.
Visitors should be properly dressed at all times on the course, on the practice ground and in the clubhouse.
On the course and on the practice ground, smart casual dress, plus 2s or plus 4s, tailored shorts with sport socks or stockings and recognized golf shoes should be worn.
Examples of items of dress which are not acceptable are:
a. beach, sports or cargo shorts
b. jogging, leisure, track or shell suits
c. gentlemens’ sleeveless shirts or vests
d. denim jeans, denim or leather jackets
e. “fatigue” style shorts or trousers
In the clubhouse, golf shoes (whether or not they are spiked), headwear and wind/waterproof clothing are restricted to the changing room
Casual dress (to which the on-course restrictions also apply) is appropriate in the informal lounge and the upstairs lounge. A tailored jacket and tie are required in the main lounge and dining room.
Ladies should observe a complementary standard of dress on the course and in the clubhouse.
Andrew Crerar is the Head Professional at Panmure Golf Club. As an Assistant Professional Andrew spent five years at Blairgowrie Golf Club, learning his trade under the vastly experienced Gordon Kinnoch. He embarked on a full time playing career after that spell and achieved some success, notably winning the Scottish PGA Order of Merit in 1997 and also the European Team Championship the same year. Andrew played a full season in 1998 competing on the European Tour and Challenge Tour.
Having competed in two Open Championships, at St Andrews 1995 and Royal Troon 1997, Andrew has had a taste of Tournament Golf at the very highest level.
Andrew accepted his first position of Club Professional in February 2000 at King James VI Golf Club and spent eight years there and put into practice the training received to become a successful Club Professional. A successful junior programme saw three members win national championships during that spell and also gain International honours.
He has 26 years experience as a Golf Professional and has just finished a two year spell as Captain of the PGA in Scotland during 2011/12.
Panmure is a qualifying course for the Britsh Open when held at Carnoustie. I guess that says it all. You have to be a really good course yourself to get that status. And Panmure is. Great and really testing holes, excellent greens. Sometimes simply tough. A genuine linkscourse with everything that makes linksgolf great and difficult. At the first hole you might still think it's going to be an easy round, but that's deceiving. A lot of trouble lies ahead. A real test, but surely one you are going to remember for a long time.
An old club, beautiful links course and warm welcome
5.0 of 5 starsReviewed June 15, 2016
We played the course in mid-June 2016 rainy Scotland weather. The Panmure Golf Club was founded in 1845; after paying the green fee's in ProShop one notices when entering the clubhouse, as the tradition of the Gulf is still maintained. The club secretary showed us the clubhouse and wished us a nice round... so it was then, despite cold weather we enjoyed the Links Course (about 3/4 of the holes have links character) and the exciting greens. In about 2 3/4 hours, we finished a round, which will always remain in our memories. During lunches in the clubhouse we met two former captains, which many cheerful stories to Panmure Golf and general told us. The ladies, who just had a price distribution have, we all very friendly and welcomed us still beautiful desired holiday. Who plays in Angus, Panmure should not miss.
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