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East End, Lochcarron, Wester Ross, IV54 8YS

Par: 60 Length: 3605 yards  Par: 62 Length: 3605 yards  

We are a small club situated in one of the most beautiful spots in the Highlands. The golf course is a short but demanding one which is suited to all levels of golfers and provides both a good test of golf and a spectacular walk. The golf club was founded in 1908 when two separate landowners allowed some ground for a few holes to be established. Apart from the war years it has operated continuously since then and has steadily been developed into its current state, maintaining a 9 hole golf course for use by members and visitors. In December 1996 the club purchased the land on which the course lies plus additional ground for eventual expansion. This was a major step in securing the club’s long term future. It has enabled us to commence the process of upgrading our facilities. Our course is open throughout the year with catering available at the clubhouse during the season. 

Facilities

  • Bar / catering
  • Club hire available
  • No H'cap Certificate Req'd
  • Trolleys available
  • 9 Hole Course

Passport Benefits

Benefit
Normal Price
Discount
Saving

18 holes
Club competitions Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning.
£20.00
20.0%
£4.00

Location

Our Clubhouse is located at the east end of Lochcarron adjacent to the car park and picnic area and enjoys a fabulous elevated position overlooking Loch Carron, the surrounding mountains and with extensive views over virtually the entire golf course.

 

Local Attractions

Attadale Garden is about 4 miles from the Golf club. This is really a first class garden and has a Scottish Tourist board 4 Star rating. www.attadalegardens.com
There is also the Old Smiddy centre, which has craft activities such as embroidery, quilting , pottery and wood turning, about 1  mile away. 
There is more pottery at the east end of the village and at the Carron restaurant, and art in the village and in Achintrad at Kishorn,  6 miles away. 
There are plenty of short or long walks and at least 5 Munros nearby, with wonderful scenery.