The Carrick GC

Designed by Canadian golf course architect Doug Carrick and nestling, at least in part, against the edges of Loch Lomond, The Carrick occupies a privilege spot in Central Scotland and has long been one of the most popular resort courses in the country. You can expect big greens and imposing bunkers, sweeping dog-legs and some of the best par-3s around. Take the 14th, for example, with its tee set some 60ft above Loch Lomond on the highest point of the property. This is the picture perfect part of the course and, in our opinion, the best section of holes on a fun-filled round.

Region :: Argyll and Bute

Length :: 6,729 yards

Par :: 71

The Cameron Club and Spa
Loch Lomond
G83 8RE