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Carrick on Loch Lomond Golf Club wins Scottish Golf Tourism award

December 23, 2015

Cameron House on Loch Lomond are delighted to announce that the Carrick Golf Club has won the coveted ‘Best Clubhouse' award in the 2015 Scottish Golf Tourism awards. This fantastic award celebrates the Carrick's reputation as one of the finest golfing destinations in Scotland.

The Carrick scooped the award for ‘Best Clubhouse' thanks to its fantastic onsite facilities, which includes the Claret Jug bar and restaurant, golfing shop, excellent car parking facilities, locker rooms, showers and of course, the friendly staff and outstanding service that Cameron House is famed for.

The Carrick saw off stiff competition to claim the top prize; other finalists in this category included Archerfield Links, Castle Stuart Golf Links and Trump Turnberry.

The Carrick clubhouse provides the perfect starting point or final stop on the 71-par Carrick golf course, famed for its stunning use of the dramatic landscape and its incredible 118 bunkers. Golfers who take up the challenge can enjoy the luxurious facilities, including the resort golf shop, which stocks an array of quality golf clothing and equipment, perfect for the discerning player. When the game is over, golfers can retire to the cosy charm of the Claret Jug, for a well-earned drink and a hearty meal, made with the very best local Scottish produce.

Set overlooking the stunning natural landscape of Loch Lomond, and straddling the fault lines between the Scottish lowlands and highlands, the Carrick offers spectacular views as the course progresses. It's a golfing experience like no other, made all the better when players can choose to enjoy the surroundings of the Claret Jug and the Carrick clubhouse to unwind afterwards, or head back to Cameron House hotel itself for a truly unforgettable experience.

Claire Edkins, General Manager, The Carrick, said, “I am delighted that The Carrick has been named as the Best Clubhouse by the Scottish Golf Tourism Awards. This is a fantastic achievement for The Carrick and this is due to the hard work of my entire team, who ensure that the facilities here are the very best that they can be.”

The Scottish Golf Tourism Awards are designed to represent the hardest working, most accommodating and friendliest clubs in the sport's home country, and award excellence and high performance across Scotland.





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