Loch Lomond Golf Club

5.0000000000 5.0 stars from 5 (1)
  • Holes: 18
  • Par: 71
  • Length: 7100 yards
  • Layout

Rentals/Services

Carts: Yes
Clubs: Yes

Practice/Instruction

Driving range: Yes
Pitching/chipping area: Yes
Putting green: Yes
Teaching pro: Yes

Policies

Walking allowed: Yes
Metal spikes allowed: No

Tees | Layout | Full Scorecard

Tee Par Length Rating Slope
Championship 71 7100 yards 0.0 0
Medal 71 6675 yards 0.0 0
Middle 71 6300 yards 0.0 0
Front 71 5460 yards 0.0 0

Rating Snapshot

GA Rating Index 5.0 stars from 5
Off-Course Amenities: 5.0 stars from 5
Value: 4.0 stars from 5
Pace of Play: 3.0 stars from 5
Staff Friendliness: 5.0 stars from 5
Course Layout: No ratings so far
Course Conditions: 5.0 stars from 5
Rating Breakdown 1 Reviews
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"Loch Lomond is not a Scottish links course, yet it is typically Scottish; both tough and welcoming in a what-you-see-is-what-you-get sort of way"


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Age:  45-54
Gender:  Male
Skill:  Advanced
Plays:  Once a week
Handicap:  5-9

5 5.0 stars from 5 Played on 07/09/2013
First time playing Played with a group Walked Played 18 holes Excellent weather

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Scottish lochs, these massive expanses of water authored during the age when glaciers simply cut off their ancient connection to the sea and their accomplice surrounding mountains, are renowned for their misty beauty and elusive mystery. A visit to the loch will undoubtedly conjure up images of dragons and knights, but ultimately leaves more questions unanswered than revealed, which somehow seems perfect for such a place where one’s imagination is free to soar. So it is against this canvas that Tom Weiskopt (and Jay Morrish) crafted the Loch Lomond Golf Club in 1993. Loch Lomond is not a Scottish links course, yet it is typically Scottish; both tough and welcoming in a what-you-see-is-what-you-get sort of way. Loch Lomond does not attempt to deceive you or riddle you with subtlety. It is a big course with it’s challenges and opportunities set right before your eyes. A particular sight to behold is the final hole. The green is built in the shadow of the ruins of the Rossdhu Castle where Mary Queen of Scots is said to have penned her love letters. It is remarkable to consider that where knights once fought to protect the castle is now a place where you fight to finish off a round of golf that may have you writing your own letters of a newfound love.


Pace of Play: Average

Course Conditions: Excellent

Staff Friendliness: Excellent

Value for the Money: Good

Quality of food & beverage: Excellent

Off-Course Amenities: Excellent

Course Difficulty:  Extremely Challenging


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