ACTON, Ont. – Situated on the highest point in the Niagara region overlooking Lake Ontario, Lake Erie, the Niagara River and the city of Niagara Falls, Lookout Point Country Club is an impressive venue unto itself.
The 1922 Walter Travis designed gem is home to World Golf Hall of Fame member Marlene Streit, as well as Canadian golfing greats Cathy Sherk, Bill Kozak and Rod Spittle.
Later this year, Lookout Point Country Club will also play host to the inaugural Hyundai PGA Scramble of Canada national final.
Taking place Sept. 29-Oct. 1, the national final features 25 teams—comprised of four amateurs and a PGA of Canada professional—playing in a 36-hole Ambrose Scramble format.
“We’re very excited and proud to be taking the inaugural Hyundai PGA Scramble of Canada national final to such a wonderful venue in Lookout Point Country Club,” said PGA of Canada president Constant Priondolo.
The Hyundai PGA Scramble of Canada is a new national series of events taking place at more than 200 golf facilities around the country beginning this June.
The series of events expects to draw nearly 20,000 amateur golfers—who will form their own team of four players— from across the country. Teams will look to make it through local and regional qualifying with the ultimate goal of playing in the national final this fall at Lookout Point Country Club with a PGA of Canada professional playing on their team.
Each participant must have a valid Golf Canada Handicap Factor in order to participate.
Every golfer who plays in a Hyundai PGA Scramble of Canada local event will receive gifting and prizing from supporting partners.
In addition to the 36-hole championship, Hyundai PGA Scramble of Canada national final promises to be a golf trip of a lifetime, which includes a festival of special events, prizing, activations and a chance to interact with the latest Hyundai vehicles.
For more information about the Hyundai PGA Scramble of Canada and how to register to participate, check out the championship’s website here.