Golf Shop News, June 10th

Look what our members are doing

Ontario Men’s Amateur

You can add another Lookout Point name to the field in the Ontario Men’s Amateur. On May 29th, Jake Dupuis shot a 1 under par 70 to finish in 4th place at Shelburne Golf & Country Club. Jake now joins fellow Lookout Point members Ryan Dyck, Ben MacLean, Ethan Bennet and Jaret Chipman in the 2019 field

Ontario Men’s Match Play

Congrats and good luck to both Jaret Chipman and Lookout Point staff member Tyler Hale who are both representing the club at the Ontario Men’s Match Play at The Lake Joseph Club which started earlier this morning. You can follow along with their progress by clicking HERE.

Junior Boys Match Play Qualifying

Congrats to Luke Delgobbo, Bradyn Wark & Matthew Martel who qualified yesterday (June 9th) for the Ontario Junior Match Play championship which will be held at Listowel Golf Club August 7-8

Women’s Porter Cup

This past week the The Niagara Falls Country Club welcomed the 6th Women’s Porter Cup. This 54 hole event is limited to 72 players are invited to participate. The Women’s Porter Cup is one of three major amateur Championships hosted annually by NFCC joining the Men’s Porter Cup (July 22-27) and Senior Porter Cup (September 3-6). This year, we were very proud to have 3 ladies represent Lookout Point. Congrats to Alexandra Taylor, Kayla Burke and Taylor Simeneau. Great playing ladies!!!

60th Men’s Invitational Results

On Saturday, June 8th 78 amatuer golfers participated in the 60th playing of the Lookout Point Men’s Invitational. The day was a tremendous success with one of the strongest fields we have had in recent years. We had 5 past champions which highlighted the field of elite amateur players. At the end of the day it was one of Lookout Point’s own, a gentlemen who has come very close to winning on multiple occasions, who was able to finally break through.

Congratulations to Ryan Dyck, winner of the 2019 Lookout Point Men’s Invitational


Ryan made 6 birdies en route to a round of 71. Ryan has been playing some great golf as a late, qualifying for both the Ontario Men’s Amateur & the Ontario Men’s Mid-Amateur. A quick start (including 4 birdies on the front) and great playing down the stretch were key’s to Ryan’s victory. Ryan made the turn at 2-under par but by the 12th hole was 1 over along with a number of other players. A birdie on the difficult 13th and again on the 15th steadied the round and while other players began to lose pace Ryan rode his solid play to a 3 shot victory over 2019 champion Garrett Atkinson. Great playing Ryan, we look forward to hosting you as our 2020 defending champion!

For a full recap of the event please click on the following link:



You are invited to participate in our 2nd Member Golf Pool of the season, the US Open Pool. Click on the link below to enter. Choose a team of 6 golfers (one from each tier), your top 4 golfers will count towards your team total. We will pay out prizing in Golf Shop credits based on the size of the pool. All who enter will also have a chance to win a green fee pass. The cost per team is $10. Enter as many teams as you wish. Good Luck


Callaway Fitting Day

Callaway will be here on Thursday, June 13th for a fitting day from 12 - 5 pm. If you are interested in booking an appointment please contact Associate Professional Ben Scapillati at


Saturday June 15th Member Shotgun

This Saturday, June 15th we are excited to host the Ladies Invitational. For members who have a membership category that allows for weekend play, we will be hosting a morning shotgun at 7:30 am. You can make a reservation online or by calling the Golf Shop. Hole assignments will be posted by Thursday morning in the Golf Shop.

Handicap Reporting and Emails

Over the past week we have fielded a number of questions from members who have received an automated email reminding them to post a score in the Golf Canada system. Lookout Point Country Club’s handicap policy requires all members to post scores into their Golf Canada handicap account within 72 hours of completion of their round of golf. The email that members are receiving is an automated message that is being sent by the tee time reservation program (not by any individual or committee). This email is to make you aware that you were checked in on the tee sheet at Lookout Point but have not posted a corresponding score to your handicap account within the required 72 hours. There can be a number of reasons for this, for example, you may have been checked in for 18 holes on our tee sheet but only played 9 holes. or you may have played a round that is not required to be posted based on Golf Canada’s guidelines. If either of these situations are the case, simply ignore the reminder email.

If you have any further questions, don’t hesitate to reach out to a member of the professional staff.


Monday, July 1st we will be hosting a full day of activites and events including a 1:30 shotgun for members & guests and a night of live music and activities capped with a fantastic fireworks display. For more information and to register for the golf shotgun please click on the following link:


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