Hello, and welcome to the Lookout Point Blog.
This blog will be a space that is lighter and less formal than our e-mail blasts, but a bit more orderly than social media. Put simply, I want this blog to be an intimate space where we, as members and staff, can curate content and reminisce about some of the happenings in and around the clubhouse.
So, without further ado, here is what you can expect to find on this blog over the next couple of posts:
Beginning with our annual Club Championship, and including Member + Guest, Wise Guys, and Member + Member, these posts will include a succinct write-up of the day and lots of photographs. I will pick a couple of favourites and provide a narrative where possible. Recap posts will include some photographs from the day, with a link to complete galleries on our website.
Event Previews and Recaps
Just recently, we had our annual 1,000 ball challenge and elimination dinner, in partnership with Wellspring Niagara. I've taken a handful of photographs from the event and will be sitting down with J.J Alexander, our PGA of Canada head professional, for an interview.
For our first tutorial, Al Kmety, our PGA of Canada teaching professional, has put together a list of chipping tips to help improve your short game. We have gone out and taken a handful of photographs as well, to help those of you who (like me) are visual learners.
The tutorial that follows is up to you. Be on the lookout for a simple survey asking what you would like to see in the second tutorial.
New ideas come at the funniest of times.
This is all for our introduction. Any new information will be shared along the way.
From here I recommend you view our club championship post—you can find it on the home page, or by clicking on the small arrow on the right side of your screen (by the scroll bar).
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