- Holes:18 Year:2007 Par: 71 71 Length: 6.851 yd
- Architect:Doug Carrick
The Carrick Course is one of two golf courses attached to De Vere Cameron House by Loch Lomond in Scotland. The Carrick course has been host to the Scottish Ladies Open and more recently to the PGA Cup. The course was designed by Doug Carrick and opened for play in 2007.
The Carrick is a beautiful course which uses every inch of its dramatic landscape. It sits on the fault lines between the highlands and the lowlands with nine holes in each. Elevated holes offer incredible views of Loch Lomond to the west and of Ben Lomond in the north.
De Vere Cameron House is located just a stone’s throw from the course and transport is available to and from the hotel. Cameron House is easily accessible by road and is only an half an hour’s drive from Glasgow city centre. A direct bus route to the hotel is available from Glasgow.
The Carrick Course is an 18 hole heathland course with a par of 71 and a length of 6450m. Carrick boasts a spectacular layout, offering a truly memorable day’s golf on a beautifully maintained course complete with immaculate greens and sloping fairways, peppered with bunkers and the most beautiful water hazard, the Loch itself.
Cameron House also has a Golf Academy for youngster and adults alike to receive PGA professional coaching. The practice facilities are extensive with two putting green, a short game area and a driving range with its own unique island green.
There are two restaurants at Cameron House for the hungry golfer, the Boat House and the Claret Jug as well as a spa and leisure club for all visitors to the hotel. De Vere Cameron House offers a range of activities for all the family, including many exciting outdoor pursuits. The hotel has a wide range of rooms to suit all tastes and budgets.
The Carrick Golf course at Cameron House weaves through an area of outstanding natural beauty on the banks of Loch Lomond.
The Carrick golf course at Cameron House on Loch Lomond is one of Scotland’s newest and finest championship standard golf courses and, arguably, the country’s most breathtaking round.
Sympathetically designed in keeping with its position within Scotland’s first National Park, the par 71 course follows a traditional Scottish heathland style and, uniquely, straddles the rolling Lowlands and majestic Highlands of Scotland.
Challenging holes stretch over beautiful undulating fairways, hug inland lagoons and overlook the glittering waters of the Loch and rugged mountains beyond. Designed by acclaimed golf architect, Doug Carrick, The Course extends from 5,200 yards, from the front tees, to 7,086 yards from the championship tees.
With such great variety, challenge and playability, The Course is an exceptional, eminently enjoyable and memorable test of golf for players of all abilities. In addition to the scenic splendour, The Carrick is available to non residents as well as guests staying at Cameron House, a beautiful 18th century baronial lodge on the south-west shores of the Loch.