It was at Panmure Golf Club in 1953 that the legendary Ben Hogan made his rigorous preparations for victory at Carnoustie in his only Open Championship appearance, he was victorious by four shots & achieved a course record 68 in the final round. Hogan spent two weeks familiarising himself with the local turf, he is rumoured to have cut the 17th green to his precise specification & even returned the cleaned mower to the head greenkeeper. It is the same turf that keen golfers flock to Panmure for today.

Panmure must be considered when touring the famous links courses in the area, it is situated only a few miles south of Carnoustie and highly regarded as having all the characteristics of a championship links.