The Carnoustie Hotel, Golf Resort & Spa is one of Scotland's newest deluxe golf resorts
and is adjacent to the 1st tee and 18th green of the famous Championship Course host venue
for the 2007 Open Championship, one of the most exciting for many years. All 75 bedrooms and
10 suites offer stunning views of the golf course, the ocean or the nearby town of Carnoustie.
Nearby activities include horse riding, clay pigeon shooting and fishing.
Carnoustie Hotel, Golf Resort & Spa is a superb luxury golfing, leisure and conference destination.
Located immediately adjoining the 1st tee and 18th Green of the world famous Carnoustie
Championship course, the Resort was host to the 1999 Open Championship. The rooms at
this hotel are beautifully appointed with locally crafted furniture and imported ceramics.
There are views of the Championship Course, the sea or the town. Guests of the hotel are
able to get guaranteed tee times on the Championship Course.
What makes Carnoustie great is it's vastness and length, that can be stretched to over 7400
yards, and the scale and severity of it's hazards. Famous for 'Hogan's Alley', the 'Spectacle'
bunkers and the 'Barry' burn which runs through the course. Tom Watson was a winner here in
1975 and Paul Lawrie in 1999. It has now been announced that The Open will return here in