The Carrick Golf Club and Spa, Scotland

The Carrick Golf Club and Spa, Scotland Highlights

The Carrick on Loch Lomond in Scotland is a solution to a wee problem…how can golfers experience the bonnie, bonnie banks of Loch Lomond when Loch Lomond Golf Club does not allow visitor play? Enter The Carrick, named after designer Doug Carrick and part of the 5-star deluxe Cameron House resort. Mr. Carrick made great use of the dramatic terrain on the land that became The Carrick on Loch Lomond par-71 golf course and besides offering stunning views from its elevated holes out to Loch Lomond and on northward to Ben Lomond, The Carrick is a rare golf course that actually straddles a fault line and 9 holes each are set in the Scottish Lowlands and the Scottish Highlands! The Carrick’s 9 holes alongside Loch Lomond are classic Scottish lowland design and The Carrick’s 9 highland holes climb into the heathland with sloping fairways to navigate. Add 118 bunkers to the mix and the fact that The Carrick on Loch Lomond is immaculately kept by the greenskeepers and the combination of the Loch, the magnificent Cameron House, and the sublime golf course makes The Carrick more than worth considering on your Scotland golf tour and in fact it might end up being a highlight!

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