Sunday, March 16, 2014

Lowell's Clubhouse


Please notice the prices. Very cheap, right?

20 comments:

William Kendall said...

Foursomes arranged, huh?

Oh, not the fun kind of foursomes!

Regarding your comment at my blog, yes, I'm a grad student at Carleton, and have done some work over at Ottawa U too, but loyalties first go to Carleton.

Lois said...

Cute!

Kay said...

Cute. Are there special rates for non-golf subjects?
I could go for a corned beef on rye and a draught Guinness about now (it is, after all, almost St. Patrick's Day). Are those on the menu?

Olivier said...

une bonne affaire, surtout pour un club house golf

RedPat said...

You are branching out!

hamilton said...

I could stretch to 'just listening', but there would be a time limit!

Randy said...

Your own party place.

Small City Scenes said...

How intriguing. Stories and advice---isn't that about the same. For free yet. Oh my. MB

cieldequimper said...

So when are you inviting us bloggers? :-)

llandudnopictures said...

Fame at last! ;-)

Bibi said...

I'll be right over; at least in my mind.

Judy said...

Ha! That is cute!

Sharon Anck said...

A perfect place for you!

VP said...

Awesome! I could use something like this with my colleagues, but not about golf!

Halcyon said...

So, you have your own clubhouse now, eh? Will you offer me a sandwich and drink on the house? ;-)

Karl Demetz said...

I have to learn golf :)

Hilda said...

That's such a cool find!

About your question last Sunday: Our churches are not only full—they're usually overflowing. And that's with at least four services every Sunday and one on Saturday evening.

Our country PR says we have 7,100 islands. :D

Jack said...

Lowell, I can't afford you.

LOLfromPasa said...

Come on, Lowell! What's the story here? The sign is so imaginative. I has to have been created by YOU!

Leif Hagen said...

This is discrimination! I'm a swimmer, not a golfer! What about me!?

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