Loch Lomond

Dunbartonshire, Scotland
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  • Parkland Course
  • Founded in 1993
  • Designed by Tom Weiskopf and Jay Morrish
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  • Par 71
  • SSS
  • 7100 Yards
  • Medal Tees
  • Par 72
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  • 6675 Yards
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  • Par 74
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  • 5460 Yards
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    Loch Lomond Golf Club is one of the most exclusive Golf Courses in the UK. It is considered one of the world's top golf courses. It is ranked the best inland course in Britain by Golf World magazine and 21st in the world by Golf Digest. The golf course is set between the mountains and the loch side in 660 acres of the Clan Colquhoun estate.

    Loch Lomond Golf Club was designed by Tom Weiskopf and Jay Morrish, the 7,100 yard parkland course opened in 1994. When former Open champion Tom Weiskopf first saw the land on the Bonnie Banks where he was getting the chance to design this golf course, the American admitted that it "just blew me away".

    The Barclays Scottish Open is now a regularly hosted at Loch Lomond, the event and its venue continue to grow in stature. In 2000, Loch Lomond hosted the Solheim Cup where the American and European women's teams met for the sixth time.

    The course has several streams running through it, marshes and 47 different species of tree, such as beeches, Douglas firs, larches, limes, pines and vast oaks. The course contains two Site of Special Scientific Interest containing rare plants and remnants of Ancient woodland. Loch Lomond and Valderrama are the only two golf courses in Europe that have been awarded full Audubon status for conserving and restoring natural ecosystems.

    Weiskopf and Morrish made full use of the rolling landscape, the mature woodland and the spectacular stands of azalea and rhododendrons in their design making every hole a memorable experience. From the back tee s at 7100 yards the course provides a great test for the professionals.

    Although the course is quite young, Rossdhu House was built in 1773 by the Colquhoun clan. The ruins of Rossdhu Castle overlook the 18th green giving the course a feeling of maturity.

    Contact Details
  • Loch Lomond Golf Club, Rossdhu House, Luss by Alexandria, Dunbartonshire, Scotland, G83 8NT
  • +44 (0) 1436 655555
  • www.lochlomond.com
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  • Closed to Public
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  • Not Avaliable
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  • Discount Vouchers Accepted
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  • Advanced Booking Required
  • Visitors Welcome
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  • Handicap Certificate Required
  • Handicap Maximum: Men 24/Women 36
  • Dress code: Normal golfing attire
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  • Driving Range
  • Floodlit Driving Range
  • Practise Putting Green
  • Short Game Area

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