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Carnoustie Championship Course
Dating back to 1560, Carnoustie Championship Course is described as one of the true wonders of the golf world. Frequently used for the British Open this layout presents one of the greatest challenges for any player at the top of his game. What makes the course tough is its proportions — everything here is on a massive scale with titanic dimensions. The abundant bunkers are deep, huge, and unforgiving — they are not here to gather bad shots, so much as they are to eat up those that fall even slightly short of perfection. Water is another hazard to be reckoned with. There are two burns that meander back and forth across the track, sometimes more than once on a single hole. These streams are not here for window dressing, but a very relevant hazard to be judiciously negotiated, as Jean Van de Velde discovered at the 1999 British Open
(Back Tees 6,954 Yards / Par 72)
Carnoustie Burnside Course
The Burnside is often overshadowed by it’s illustrious neighbour but it oozes character and from the back tees is a splendid test of golf. Many of the short holes would grace any links course anywhere with the 5th and 14th in particular providing dramatic challenges for the player who strives to gain his par 3.
(Back Tees 5,972 Yards / Par 68)
Carnoustie Buddon Links
The newest of the 3 courses at Carnoustie originally designed by Peter Alliss and the late Dave Thomas the course was opened in 1979. The Buddon was extended with 2 new holes in 2014 making it the same length and difficulty as the Burnside Course.
(Back Tees 5,4921 Yards / Par 68)
For more on Carnoustie Championship Course click here for Golf International’s article published by PGATour.com
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