The Carrick in Loch Lomond will add to Scotland's world class golf offerings
So you thought Scotland has so many world-class golf courses built from the beginning of the century or older, it doesn’t need any more?
The Cameron House Hotel, a stunning five star resort on the shores of Loch Lomond north of Glasgow is getting ready to add another gem to the country’s already stocked list.
The Carrick is scheduled to open in the spring of 2007. Only about nine holes are ready for play as others are still in the process of maturation. But in playing the holes that were ready, it’s easy to see this is going to be a beauty, looking down at Loch Lomond and up at the stunning Ben Lomond mountain. Facilities are also expected to rival that of any course in the UK as well. The course has already put in a bid to host the Solheim Cup in the coming years.
If you’re planning on going to Scotland after next spring, consider booking a night or two at the Cameron House (if you can afford it - this place ain’t cheap) and a round at the new Carrick between your rounds at the historical links courses in Scotland. The player-friendly resort course will be a welcomed change if you’ve been grinding it out on links courses like Prestwick and Turnberry.
Full feature on the Cameron House and The Carrick coming soon to GolfEurope.com…
The Carrick will soon change the landscape of Scotland’s premier resort golf.
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