The original Panmure Gold Club shared the links of Monifieth - nine holes originally laid out by Allan Robertson and Alexander Pirie in 1845 - but congestion on the course forced the Panmure men to move to their present location at Barry close to the championship links of Carnoustie on the Angus coast. Huge sand dunes and rolling links land were there in abundance. The hand of Old Tom Morris from St Andrews was much involved in the first layout but over the years changes were made until James Braid travelled north from Walton Heath to create a much longer and stiffer test. It was here on the Barry links that Ben Hogan practised assiduously before his one and only appearance and victory in the Open Championship at Carnoustie in 1953.
Played on: 11 May 2019 Review date: 13 May 2019Handicap: 9.3
Classic links course- course starts out and finishes with some flat straight forward holes. As you enter the inner part of the course then the holes become more varied. There are a number of holes that have challenged approach shots. When the wind is up this course becomes a real test. Very nice traditional clubhouse.
Played on: 15 September 2019 Review date: 28 September 2019Handicap: 16
Primo campo nel primo giorno di gioco in Scozia... niente di più sbagliato! Il campo è pieno di insidie e per giocarlo come si deve bisogna essere in palla. Frequentato da members che ti pressano da dietro e tu che non sai dove tirare. Alcune buche diventano fattibili solo dopo che avendole giocate le hai forse capite. Da affrontare con umiltà.
Played on: 19 May 2019 Review date: 22 May 2019Handicap: 11.2
Op de laatste dag van onze golftrip deze baan gespeeld. De greenfee is aan de stevige kant. Clubhuis is prachtig vol met traditie en een bijzondere uitstraling. De baan is zeer uitdagend met veel verscholen bunkers die als je erin komt veel problemen kunnen opleveren. Greens zijn snel (overigens bijna overal in Schotland) maar ook hier zeer eerlijk.