The most northerly course on The Open rota, Carnoustie has hosted golf’s oldest major on seven occasions. Carnoustie has a reputation for being the toughest venue on the rota with the demanding closing four holes being the scene of many dramatic Open moments.
Golf has been played at Carnoustie since the early 16th century. The course is long and narrow with penal bunkering that seeks to reward nothing less than top quality shot-making.
Use the map below to view each hole on Carnoustie’s Championship course..
The 136th Open, 2007
Lowest score in 2007:
64, Richard Green & Steve Stricker
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