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Loch Lomond Golf Club

Loch Lomond Golf Club

Rossdhu House
Luss
Dunbartonshire
Scotland
G83 8NT
Tel: +44 (0)1436 655555

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Designed by Tom Weiskopf and Jay Morrish, the 7,100 yard parkland course is considered to be among the 'Top 100' finest golf courses in the world (ranked in the top 50 by Golf Magazine and 19th by its international panelists when it first opened, as well as voted #1 course in Scotland by the readers of Bunkered.)

The course is a true test of golf, demanding skill on the tee, on the fairway, and on and around the green. Streams and marshland areas form natural hazards, while majestic trees, including Scots Pine, Douglas Firs, and ancient oaks add to the grandeur. Along with its championship course, Loch Lomond's clubhouse is extraordinary.

Rossdhu is a Georgian manor house constructed in 1773, exactly 200 years before Tom Weiskopf won The Open Championship at Royal Troon. The newest addition to Loch Lomond Golf Club is Dundonald. Designed by Kyle Phillips, one of the game's top architects, it has been recognised as one of the best new courses in the world (Robb Report 2004).

Situated by the sea near the legendary town of Troon, Dundonald's soil and climate conditions make the course suitable for year-round play. "My desire was to create a championship Ayrshire-style links course that felt and played as though it was an old rediscovered course, by integrating newly constructed features with existing site features." - Kyle Phillips, course designer

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