Played Panmure last week as one of the four courses in the Carnoustie Country Classic. The course is in excellent condition and the greens are among the best in Scotland. As with all Scotland golf, as the wind changes direction, so changes the course. This was my sixth time at Panmure. Last year the wind was from the north, making the long par 4s on the back nine very difficult. This year the wind was equally strong from the south, such that it was now a challenge not to hit over greens that couldn't be reached last year. The course is easy to find as the impressive clubhouse is visible from the road connecting Carnoustie and Monifieth. It is only a minute drive south of the town of Carnoustie. The 6th hole is named after Ben Hogan, who practiced here before playing and winning the 53 British Open down the road. A very difficult par 4 requiring a precise second shot to an elevated green surrounded by gorse bushes. There are many great golf courses in Scotland, but if your golfing plans involve a visit to Carnoustie, try the neighboring Panmure links as well. You won't be disappointed.
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