Set in the heart of some of the most breathtaking scenery in Scotland and just half an hour from Glasgow, Loch Lomond Golf Club boasts one of the most enviable locations in world golf.
Acquired by The Lyle Anderson Company in 1994, Loch Lomond has evolved as one of the finest private international clubs in the world, with a membership spanning over 30 countries.
The Club sits in 660 acres of the historic Clan Colquhoun estate where the 18th century Rossdhu House, once the ancestral home of the Colquhoun Clan, serves as the member clubhouse.
Since opening in 1994, the Tom Weiskopf/Jay Morrish-designed course at Loch Lomond has become recognised as one of the world’s top golf courses. The 7,100 yard parkland course has consistently been ranked the best inland course in Great Britain by Golf World (UK) magazine and was recently voted 11th in the world by Golf Digest (USA).
In 2003, the Club acquired a second golf course, called Dundonald Links. The 7,300 yard links course, which sits alongside Western Gailes near Troon in Ayrshire, was designed by Kyle Phillips and since opening has been voted ‘Best of the Best New Courses’ by Robb Report.
By 2010, the Club is expected to be the only private members’ club in the world to offer its international membership three distinctly different types of golf courses – a parkland, a links and a heath land course. Jack Nicklaus has been commissioned to design a heath land layout at Loch Lomond to complement the existing Weiskopf/Morrish.
As well as golf, Loch Lomond has a wealth of outdoor pursuits available for members and their guests, from fishing, to driven pheasant shooting, stalking, clay pigeon shooting, biking, hiking and boating. The Club also features a luxury spa in the historic Walled Garden, which boasts exceptional heat and fitness experiences as well as a host of wonderful treatments.
Rossdhu House, which was restored as the member clubhouse in 1997, has two fine dining rooms, a drawing room, library, the Rossdhu Bar, a conference room, locker rooms, professional shop and the informal Spike Bar. The Club has a total of 43 guest suites for the exclusive use of its members and their guests. Six are located in Rossdhu House, while the remainder are in the Carriage House, the Garden Cottages, The Point and the Loch Shore Lodges.