Golf Shop News, October 16th

Closing Field Day

Thank you to everyone who braved the cooler temps and came out to celebrate the 2018 season in our Closing Field Day event. Congratulations to this years winners:

Men’s First Place: Joe Naar, Brian Kocsis & Gary Snider

Men’s First Place: Joe Naar, Brian Kocsis & Gary Snider

Ladies First Place: Laurie Robert, Mary Basciano, Maria Williamson & Julie Kozub

Ladies First Place: Laurie Robert, Mary Basciano, Maria Williamson & Julie Kozub

Season Long Match Play Winners

Throughout the year both the Men’s and Ladies sections have been competing in various Match Play competitions. On the Men’s side there are a couple divisions still to be decided but here are your Match Play winners so far this year:

Mens Gross Singles

1st Place - Shawn Beatty vs. Luke Delgobbo

Men’s Net Singles

1st Place - Reno Tofano
2nd Place - Eugene Malik
3rd Place - Paul Dickson vs. Rico Leone

Men’s Sr. Singles Net

1st Place - Nick Markovich
2nd Place - Ron Levinski
3rd Place - Des Brady

Men’s Doubles Net

1st Place - Gino Paolone & Rico Leone
2nd Place - Bruce Herbeson & David Grant
3rd Place - Tomlinson & Patchett vs. Levinski & Kershaw

Ladies Match Play Champion

Joy Flegg

Ladies Consolation Champion

Janice May

Back Shop Closing

The storage for golf clubs, power caddies and batteries will close on Sunday, November 4th. We ask all members to ensure they have removed their clubs and equipment prior to this date.

As we being to take inventory of our Back Shop we would ask any members who happen to come across extra Cart Keys in their possession to please drop them off to the Golf Shop or Back Shop staff.

Tee Times

Please note, that we will continue to take online tee time reservations until Wednesday, October 31st. As recent as earlier today, we have begun experience frost delay’s in the mornings. More of these an be expected when we have nights with clear skies and cooler temps. If you have a morning tee time please ensure you are checking with the Golf Shop for potential delays due to weather. We will continue to send eblasts and post to our social media accounts @LookoutPointCC on Instagram and Twitter to keep you informed of daily course conditions

There will be no starter as of Monday, October 22nd

Guest Fees for the remainder of the season will be at our OFF-PRIME rates.

Additionally, there will be no lottery conducted for Weekend Morning play for the remainder of the season. You may book weekend morning tee times 7 days in advance. Regular category restrictions apply.

Driving Range Closing Date

We have a number of improvements planned for the Driving Range and Practice facility over the next few weeks heading into the off-season. The range will be closed for the season on Monday, October 29th.


Deep Tyne Aeration is planned for the first week of November (5th - 9th). We will update you as to course hours and availability over the next few weeks

Cross Country Golf Tournament

We are pleased to announce our 3rd Annual Cross Country Golf Tournament. The date for the Cross Country event will be Saturday, November 10th at 10:00 am. This is a mixed scramble shotgun where you can submit your own foursome with the following guidelines: Each team must be comprised of 3 Men/Junior Boy(s) and 1 Women/Junior Girl.

Carts will be available if weather and course conditions permit.

Cost is $25 pp and is CASH ONLY and must be collected prior to registration closing on Wednesday, November 7th.

We will be accepting a maximum of 52 players.

For more information including the link to register and a sneak peak at the course layout please click HERE or visit the registration page through the Member Central portal.

Golf Canada Handicap Season

Please note that the active season for posting scores to Golf Canada’s Handicap System in Ontario ends on Wednesday, October 31st.

Scores made at any golf course observing an inactive season are not acceptable for handicap purposes. The rationale behind this is that posting scores during inactive seasons (periods of poor course conditions) could artificially increase a player’s Handicap Factor.

Scores made at a golf course in an area observing an active season must be posted for handicap purposes, even if the golf club from which the player receives a Handicap Factor is observing an inactive season.

For example, if a player belonging to a golf club in Ontario plays golf in Florida during January, any scores made in Florida are acceptable and must be returned to the player’s Ontario golf club. If the player is also a member of a golf club in Florida, scores must be posted to the player’s Florida club. More information can be found by clicking HERE

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