Five-star luxury resort, Cameron House is to celebrate 10 years of golf this week.
Since opening in June 2007, The Carrick Golf Course at Cameron House has welcomed upwards of 250,000 players onto its fairways including famous faces such as Take That, Freddie Flintoff, Ally McCoist and Colin Montgomerie.
In its ten year history, the course has hosted a number of tournaments, including the Ladies Scottish Open in 2007 and 2008, the PGA Cup in 2009, and more recently the PGA Europro tour in 2015 and 2016.
To mark The Carrick Golf Course’s tenth birthday, a golf day will be hosted for willing participants to compete for a variety of prizes on Sunday 4 June.
Jonny Sharp, head of golf at Cameron House, said: “Turning ten is a magnificent milestone for us here at The Carrick Golf Course – it’s an honour to be a part of the occasion. With ten years of golfing excellence under our belts, we can look forward to building on that legacy.”
Andy Roger, resort director at Cameron House, commented: “The tenth anniversary golf day is looking to be a great day, and the perfect celebration. We look forward to welcoming all of our eager participants to the course, and I wish everyone taking part the best of luck.”
Cameron House is situated on Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park and is home to 136 bedrooms, including 26 suites, a spa with rooftop infinity pool, plus a Michelin-starred restaurant headed up by Martin Wishart.