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Carnoustie Golf Links

20 Links Parade, CARNOUSTIE, DD7 7JF

This Championship Course is considered one of the top courses in Britain by many golfing greats and described as Scotland's ultimate golfing challenge. The course developed from origins in the 1560s; James Braid added new bunkers, greens and tees in the 1920s. The Open Championship first came to the course in 1931, and Carnoustie hosted the Scottish Open in 1995 and 1996, was the venue for the 1999 Open Championship, and again in 2007. The Burnside Course (6028yds) is enclosed on three sides by the Championship Course and has been used for Open Championship qualifying rounds. The Buddon Links has been extensively remodelled, making it ideal for mid to high handicappers.

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Championship- 18 holes, 6695 yds, Par 70.

Burnside- 18 holes, 5972 yds, Par 68.

Green fees 

Fees are for guidance only. Please contact the club to confirm prices.

Societies Booking required

Course designer James Braid

Visitors Mon-Sun & Bank Holidays. Dress code.


Trolleys for hire. Clubs for hire. Putting green. Practice area. Changing rooms. Accommodation at club. Bar with snacks. Lunch. Dinner. Tea and coffee.

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SW of Carnoustie off A930

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