Par 71; 7,100 yards (6,492 m)
Located on the banks of Loch Lomond, this parkland golf course is one the best known private golf clubs. Immensely scenic and handsomely crafted, the club’s top-drawer golf is exclusive to club members and their invited guests. This course is not open to casual green fee payers.
A Tom Weiskopf’s masterpiece, the layout compliments the gently wooded terrain, running alongside spectacular Loch Lomond for seven holes. Much of the back-nine makes for a captivating and more undulating area of woodland with two exquisite lakeside holes.
Lined with many century old trees, the course also boasts of the ruin of 700-year-old Rossdhu castle. Distant mountain views, the tranquil splendour of the lochside setting and an abundance of pheasant and other wildlife, all add to the undoubted pleasures of this sublime environment.
Course Architect and Designer
Designed in 1993 by Tom Weiskopf and Jay Morrish
Green Fee and Tee Times
Outsider fee not applicable, members only private course
Guest may play if accompanied by a member. Proof of handicap required.
Loch Lomond’s Rossdhu House, a beautifully proportioned 18th century Georgian mansion, was once home to the Clan Colquhoun. It now serves as the members’ clubhouse.
Loch Lomond was the first golf course in Britain to become certified as an Audubon Co-operative Sanctuary.
Loch Lomond Golf Club
Rossdhu House, Luss by Alexandria, Dunbartonshire, G83 8NT
Office: +44 (0) 1436 655 555
Pro shop: +44 (0) 1436 655 555
Fax: +44 (0) 1436 655 500
Luss by Alexandria, Dunbartonshire, G83 8NT
44 (0) 1436 655 556
The Lodge on Loch Lomond
Luss, Argyll & Bute
+44 (0) 1436 860 201