The De Vere Deluxe resort at Cameron House, Scotland’s finest new golf and spa resort, will open the Carrick at Cameron House, its new championship standard golf course, to the public on the 6th June 2007.
The course is part of a multi million pound investment by De Vere Deluxe Resorts which also owns some of the UK’s finest championship golf courses including Slaley Hall in Northumberland, Oulton Hall near Leeds and Carden Park near Chester.
The par 71 course, named after its designer Doug Carrick, extends from 5,200 yards, from the front tees, to 7,086 yards from the championship tees. The front nine holes lie in the Lowlands, spanning open meadows, rolling countryside and inland lagoons. Bordered by mature woodland, the back nine holes are situated in the Highlands and offer spectacular views to Ben Lomond and across Loch Lomond itself climaxing with a stretch of dramatic holes alongside the shores of the Loch.
The Carrick at Cameron House is part of the new De Vere deluxe resort at Cameron House. As the centrepiece of the resort, a refurbishment programme of more than £20 million will ensure that the five star Cameron House Hotel itself offer the best of Scottish hospitality and a world class resort experience.
Open champion Paul Lawrie and the European Ladies Tour’s Clare Queen represent The Carrick at Cameron House on their respective tours.
Complete golf and spa packages are available. For further information, please telephone 01389 755565, or see www.devere.co.uk.
Doug Carrick www.carrickdesign.com
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