Carnoustie Country Links

The very name 'Carnoustie' can send a shiver down many a golfer's spine. It is one of the most difficult and challenging links golf courses in Scotland and is a regular home to the Open Championship. Like St Andrews, the Carnoustie area has many wonderful golf links courses all within striking distance of their more famous neighbour and for those looking for a traditional links golfing break, there is no better location to be in.

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The 6th green at the Panmure Golf Course, Barry, near Carnoustie, Angus

Panmure Golf Course

This testing 18-hole course perfectly combines links and heathland and includes several tight fairways which were developed by James Braid. This is a par 70 course.

A group of golfers make their way down the fairway at the Golf Course at Montrose, Angus

Montrose Golf Links

There are two courses here to whet your appetite. The Montrose Medal Course is a golfing experience in the fine Scottish golfing tradition. The classic links is complemented by the Broomfield Links providing an ideal 36-hole package.

Carnoustie Golf Links

Carnoustie

This historic east coast venue boasts no less than three truly outstanding courses. Carnoustie’s most famous course is the Championship Course, which has been in existence since the 1500s, and is one of only three rotating Open Championship courses.

Golf ball on tee

Monifieth Golf Links

The Monifieth links is home to two superb 18-hole courses. The Medal course has been used as an Open Qualifying venue, most recently in 2007, along with hosting many other Scottish amateur championships and national competitions.