House on left
The Inverclyde National Sports Centre, where the courses took place, was originally built as a lavish home for local shipbuilder Robert Sinclair Scott in the 19th century.
It was converted into a hotel in the 1920s, commandeered by the army in the Second World War, and finally bought by the Scottish Council for Physical Recreation in the 1950s. The resulting rambling pile was not what made it the place to be.
|Owner/Source||BBC Sport website|
|Dimensions||800 x 450|
|Linked to||Robert Sinclair SCOTT|