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Cameron House/ The Carrick

Address Cameron House, Loch Lomond
Dumbartonshire, G83 8QZ
Telephone Tee times/Proshop: 01389 713 655
Wee Demon teetimes: 01389 722 508
Conferences: 08709 00 00 66
Corporate/Society golf days: 01389 713 672
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Email sales.cameron@devere-hotels.com
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Holes Two courses running along the bonnie banks of Loch Lomond.
• 'The Carrick': Championship course 18
• 'The Wee Demon': 9
Yardage 'The Carrick': 5079 yards from the forward tees / 6729 yards from the back tees.
Par 71
Visitors Societies most welcome
SOCIETY PACKAGES from £29pp, including coffee, bacon rolls and 18 holes. For bookings, please enquire here.
Offers available at this course Greenfree 2 for 1 Golf Voucher Scheme
Offers available at this course Open Fairways Golf Discount Scheme
All bookings must be made in advance - please telephone the Pro shop.
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Course Designer Doug Carrick, the course opened on the 1st of June 2007
Location Situated off the A82 and only 20 minutes from Glasgow International Airport, Cameron House is a gracious 18th century baronial mansion positioned on the south-west shores of Loch Lomond and surrounded by 100 acres of magnificent wooded parkland.
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Facilities • A choice of four restaurants: Lomonds, Smollets, Marina Restaurant & Bar, Claret Jug
• Conferences / Parties / Weddings
• Lagoon-style 21-metre swimming pool and a relaxing spa, steam room, saunas, plunge pool with body showers. Indoors there is a fully equipped gym, 2 glass backed squash courts and a snooker room, games room and crazy golf.
• Academy & Tuition / Kids Club” / Junior Golf Lessons / Short game practice area and driving range
• Caddies can be booked through calling 01389 713655
• Luxury lodges
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About the Courses 'The Carrick', named after the award winning golf architect Douglas Carrick, straddles the
Highland boundary fault line, eaning that the first 9
holes are played in the Scottish lowland while the last 9 are played in the highlands.
Challenge, variety and playability have been carefully integrated into the design to ensure an exciting and enjoyable golf experience for golfers of all abilities. 'The Wee Demon' - is a cleverly designed and challenging course, even for low handicap players, with 2 holes surrounded by water, some long and tricky par 3-s and a magnificent first par 5.
Hosted the Ladies European Tour's prestigious De Vere Ladies Scottish Open, 20th to 22nd September 2007.
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The wee demon course is pitiful. The course is unkempt and covered in duck and goose excrement. The "greens" were covered in so much sand that it was difficult to distinguish them from the bunkers. I would recommend taking a bucket and spade to play in the sand rather than your clubs-you'll likely have more fun that way.
Mark: 0
Value For Money: Poor
Ross August 8, 2013






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