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Golf Breaks. Renowned for two fantastic courses, the Medal
Course and the Ashludie Course, it was no surprise that Monifieth
was asked to be one of the Final Qualifying courses for the
Carnoustie Open in 1999.
Medal Course - The Medal Course is a natural heath/links course
with a fair share of hazards including new deep riveted bunkers.
The well grassed narrow running fairways, lush semi-rough,
penal heavy rough and fast consistent greens will test any
standard of golfer. 18 holes. Par 71. 6,655 yds. Heathland
Ashludie Course - The Ashludie Course offers a more compact,
but still challenging test of golf where an accurate short
game is essential. 18 holes. Par 66. 5,123 yds. Heathland
/ Links. Tayside
Golf Breaks. The golf at Carnoustie needs no introduction.
Championship Course - Host to the Open six times, the Championship
Course has been voted the top course in Scotland by many of
the golfing greats and has been described as Scotland's ultimate
golfing Challenge. The 1999 Open captured the public's imagination
as some of the game's greatest players floundered, and will
always be remembered for Jean van de Velde's disastrous last
hole where he let slip a three stoke lead to lose to Paul
Lawrie in the play-off. 18 holes. Par 72. 6,941 yds. Links.
Course - The Burnside Course is ideal for golfers looking
for slightly less of a challenge, shorter than its big brother
and a great introduction to the exciting world of links golf.
18 holes. Par 68. 6,020 yds. Links.
Course - The Buddon Links Course has been extensively remodelled
to make it more enjoyable for the average golfer, although
some of the holes would not be out of place on the Championship
Course. 18 holes. Par 66. 5,400 yds. Links.
Golf Breaks. Downfield Golf Club - Recognised as one of
the finest inland courses in the UK, having hosted many prestigious
competitions including the PGA Masters, Scottish Boys Stroke
Play, Scottish Amateur and was a qualifying course when Carnoustie
hosted the Open in 1999. 18 holes. Par 73. 6,822 yds. Inland.
Golf Breaks. Panmure Golf Course - Laid out in 1899, although
the club was formed more than fifty years earlier. Ben Hogan
practiced here for his open win at Carnoustie in 1953 and
the 387 yard sixth was a particular favourite of his. There
are many fine holes on this course with the 12th being another
memorable challenge, a twisting burn guarding the green's
approach. 18 holes. Par 70. 6,317 yds. Links. Tayside Golf
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