About Loch Lomond
Wherever Loch Lomond is ranked it ought to be higher.
Colin Montgomerie, Ryder Cup Captain
Loch Lomond Golf Club sits beside the “bonnie bonnie banks” of Loch Lomond, amid the breathtaking scenery of Luss in the west of Scotland. Criss-crossed by streams, awash with marshes and cloaked in mature trees, the 7095 yard parkland course was designed in 1994 by Tom Weiskopf and Jay Morris and is ranked among the finest in the world for championship golf.
The 500+ Members purchased Loch Lomond in 2011 in order to retain the exclusivity of the outstanding golf, which provides first class service. Members love the historical setting of Rossdu House, this 1773 built Georgian mansion is now home to the clubhouse, but was once the ancestral home of the Colquhoun Clan. The club also boasts 43 individually designed suites in Rossdu House, and the surrounding lodges and cottages.
Far from being limited to golf, Loch Lomond offers members and their guests a wealth of traditional outdoor pursuits, from boating on the loch, to driven pheasant shooting and stalking on the nearby Luss Estates, as well as river and loch fishing and hill walking. In addition, our Walled Garden houses a five star spa experience, with a gym and treatment rooms.
A job with Loch Lomond Golf Club takes in all these wonderful opportunities; as you become part of this prestigious golf club, and historic country house. A range of seasonal and permanent jobs are available both on and off the golf course, so find out how to Work for Loch Lomond now.