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Golf Courses and Golf Clubs in Loch Lomond, Scotland.
Loch Lomond and the Trossachs area of Central Scotland boasts a wide selection of great golf courses and golf clubs to suit all abilities.
Scotland experiences a year round golfing climate and throughout the summer months, the daylight hours last from around 5 am until about 10 pm at night. You can often play a round of golf in Scotland before breakfast or well into the evening.
Loch Lomond and surrounding area offers great golf with fabulous scenery. The cost of a round of golf can vary from under £5.00 to over £50.00 depending on where and when you play. It is always best to contact the club you would like to play to confirm play times etc.
Loch Lomond Golf Club is well known for previously hosting the Scottish Open in July each year, and attracts golf enthusiasts from all over the world. While you might need to be on a long waiting list or know a member to play at Loch Lomond Golf Club, the Cameron House Hotel recently built a new and equally worthwhile course - the Carrick, which was completed in 2007.
Around Loch Lomond, the Trossachs and Central Scotland, there are some fantastic wee gems to suit all abilities, tastes and pockets.
18 holes, 5218 yards, par 66
Established in 1890 the course is situated in the Queen Elizabeth Forest Park on the edge of the beautiful Trossachs and offers stunning views from the Wallace Monument to the East and Ben Lomond to the West. A warm welcome awaits in the unique log cabin designed clubhouse.
18 holes, 4896 yards, par 68
9 holes, 2448 yards, par 34
Brucefields Family Golf Centre is a great, challenging 9-hole course for families. Just a few minutes from Stirling city centre, you can simply pay and play, use their driving range and practice facilities or pop in for lunch.
The Carrick championship course, which is designed by Doug Carrick, is an inspiration. The 18 holes are divided by a fault line with the first nine holes in the Lowlands and the back nine in the Highlands, boasting stunning views of Ben Lomond and the great loch.
18 holes, 6254 yards, par 70
Situated in Baljaffray, close to Milngavie, Windyhill is one of the foothills of the Western Highlands and rises to a height of 500 feet above sea level. On a clear day the course offers wonderful views including Ben Lomond which is visible to the north west. The course turf is between moorland and parkland in texture and there is a number of tough two-shotters among the holes.
Clober, although a short course, requires skill in chipping to play it well with eight par-3s. The signature hole is a par 3 with out of bounds both left and right and a burn flowing in front of the tee.
9 holes, approx 1168 yards, par 27
Airthrey Castle Golf Course is a 9-hole parkland course within the grounds of the University of Stirling. The relaxed approach means you can simply turn up, hire clubs and balls and enjoy the excellent view of Airthrey Loch and the Ochil Hills.
18 holes 6059 yards par 70
Buchanan Castle was established in 1936 and is owned by the Duke of Montrose. It is a lush parkland course offering mountains, river and forest near the shores of Loch Lomond. It is a stunningly beautiful parkland course a place you will remember with affection. It is only a few miles off the direct route from the city to the famous attractions of the Trossachs and is perfectly served by the lovely village of Drymen. Visitors are advised to book in advance.
18 holes, 5818 yards, par 68 (gents) 72 (ladies)
Founded in 1895 on its present site at the juncture of the Highlands and the Lowlands, Milngavie Golf Club lies in secluded woodlands yet is only 7 miles from Glasgow city centre. Players enjoy magnificent vistas from Ben Lomond to the north and much of Central Scotland to the east.
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18 holes, 4484 yards, par 64
9 holes, 2242 yards, par 32
Lochgilphead Golf Course is a picturesque course set in the hills of Mid Argyll. Designed by Dr I. McCammond the course offers a variety of challenges and as such is an excellent test of golf. If you play during the week then no booking is required although the number of tee times available at the weekend is varied. Clubhouse facilities include changing rooms and refreshments during the week, with a licensed bar open at the weekends.
18 holes, 6041 yards, par 69
The golf course lies within the boundaries of original Kenmure Estate purchased by Charles Stirling (a West India trader) in 1806. A significant element of policy woodland broad-leafed species oak, ash, beech etc established at that time still remains today. The Bishopbriggs burn which meanders through the course all adds to an enjoyable and challenging golfing experience.