The Carrick Golf Club Review | Cameron House, Loch Lomond

A breathtaking place to play golf with views across both Loch Lomond and Ben Lomond

The Carrick 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.

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

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

STAY: AT THE MACDONALD FOREST HILLS HOTEL & SPA FOR THE CARRICK GOLF CLUB

Picture Credit: The Carrick Golf Club / Twitter

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