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The Carrick Golf Club Review | Cameron House, Loch Lomond

The Carrick is situated on the south west banks of Loch Lomond and is one of the most picturesque settings for a round of golf.

Previously part of the De Vere resort chain, The Carrick at Cameron House is now with the Q Hotels group and remains a breathtaking place to play golf with views across both Loch Lomond and Ben Lomond.

Situated to the north of Glasgow, The Carrick is a par-71 measuring 7,082 yards at its longest and offers a serious test for all abilities as it follows the banks of the loch before heading into the highlands for more elevated holes.

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The course also boasts a nine-holer called Wee Demon, of which the name it entirely accurate.

Among the feature holes on The Carrick are the 409-yard par-4 4th which plays along the side of the loch, the 611-yard par-5 8th and the signature 199-yard downhill par-3 14th known as Tappit Doon, which offers the most scenic of views.

The 13th, a 449-yard dogleg par-4, is a tricky two-shotter with the green surrounded by bunkers

The Carrick Golf Club

Par: 71
Yards: 7082 yards (Black), 6729 yards (White), 6265 yards (Yellow), 5380 yards (Red), 5079 yards (Blue)


Picture Credit: The Carrick Golf Club / Twitter

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