Scottish Open Facilities

LUSS, UNITED KINGDOM - JULY 15: Jose Manuel Lara of Spain lines up a putt during the final round of The Barclays Scottish Open at Loch Lomond Golf Club on July 15, 2007 in Luss, Scotland. (Photo by Ian Walton/Getty Images)Each July, the Loch Lomond Golf Club hosts the Scottish Open golf tournament. The club offers golfers and spectators a real taste of Scottish tradition, fantastic scenery, fine dining and one of the best golf courses in the world.

Alongside Scotland’s longest hole – the 625-yard sixth hole on the Loch Lomond course – is the Rossdhu Club, a Georgian manor house built in 1773 as the seat of Clan Colquhoun and now used as the clubhouse for the course. Until the late 1970s, Rossdhu was still home to Sir Ivar Colquhoun and Lady Colquhoun, who have loaned original furnishings and artwork to the clubhouse – ensuring that it retains a look and feel true to its long history. The ruins of the earlier Rossdhu Castle, built in 1457 by Sir John Colquhoun, can still be seen behind the 18th green.

Members’ Accommodation

For members and their guests, the Loch Lomond Golf Club includes accommodation in 41 suites. Club facilities include two formal restaurants, a casual bar and grill, a health club within an historical walled garden, and a pro golf shop. As well as playing golf, guests can take boat tours of Loch Lomond and hike, ride or hunt in the surrounding 660 acres of the Clan Colquhoun’s ancestral lands.


For the 2009 Scottish Open golf tournament, you can choose to pre-book a lunch or afternoon tea at Loch Lomond’s Champagne & Seafood Restaurant via the official Barclay’s Scottish Open web site. Prices, which include a 10% discount for online booking, are as follows:

  • Afternoon tea (served 4:30 to 6:00pm): £25.00
  • Seafood & Champagne Lunch (served 11.30am to 1.30pm or 2.00pm to 4.00pm)
  • Wednesday 8 July: £60.00
  • Thursday 9 July and Friday 10 July: £65.00
  • Saturday 11 July and Sunday 12 July: £70.00

You can phone Loch Lomond Golf Club for information on 01436 655 555. For Scottish Open general admission prices, see Scottish Open tickets.

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