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Help Name Our New Golf Club Restaurant!
Posted by Anonymous on
1/6/2005 at 4:31 PM ET
Chisel Creek Golf Club is proud to announce the opening of our new clubhouse in 2005. We need your help in naming our new restaurant. The menu is mid-scale specializing in sandwiches and other pub food. The restaurant overlooks the 18th green and part of the driving range. For those golfers out there, help us come up with a creative name with a golfing theme.
1/6/2005 at 4:35 PM
"The Edge", connoting advantage (better golf, better food, better life), and also tying in to Chisel.
1/6/2005 at 6:10 PM
How about "The Wedge" - that is both a golfing club and a reference to the size of the sandwiches. Otherwise you could go for the standard 19th Hole.
1/7/2005 at 1:28 AM
Dimples (as in the dimples on the golf ball...)
Creekside (or Creek Side)
Putter's (or Putters)
Tea Box (as opposed to Tee Box)
T's (or Tee's)
Water Hazards (watering hole...)
Hope that this helps get the juices flowing!
1/7/2005 at 9:21 AM
As you're featuring pub style food, maybe we could come up with some ideas that combine golf with pub names...
Just as an aside, I will always remember a wonderful (genuine) pub sign in Glasgow, Scotland that made me fall about laughing every time I saw it. It was "The Muscular Arms..."
Anyway, here are some along those lines, to set the scene:
*The Fairway Arms
*The Club Head
*The Sand Wedge (ouch! sorry...)
*The Hole In One
*The Longest Putt
*The Chip Shot
*The Golfer's Arms
*The Driver's Arms
*The Putter's Arms
*The Tee Caddy (oh stop those puns, please!!)
1/7/2005 at 5:19 PM
"The Club House Restaurant
1/7/2005 at 6:09 PM
What about simply...
1/12/2005 at 9:05 AM
i am not a golfer at all !!
how about simply.......
"The 18th" or
" THe 18th Green"
1/13/2005 at 6:58 PM
I was going to send "Chips" but it didn't even occur to me to
make it "Chip's." I like that one a lot.
The More Club (Gotta have one weird one.)
Gimme's (or Gimmy's)
The Tap Inn
1/25/2005 at 5:49 AM
k, I like "Fore Food" :-)
1/27/2005 at 2:08 PM
Chips n' Slices is all I have right now.
2/4/2005 at 4:05 PM
How are you going to make the decision? If we understand the evaluation criteria we may be able to come up with better name suggestions.
P.S. I've seen several on this list that I like personally, but I'm probably not in your target audience, and I'm not sure my subjective opinion is worth any more than yours (or anyone elses). How are you going to decide on the name? Darts?
2/4/2005 at 4:20 PM
Here a few more to ponder:
Tee for Two
The 19th Whole
Shots & Bites
Where It Ne'r Rains
Par for a Course
Field of Dreams
2/5/2005 at 7:51 AM
I really like Square Peg's The Caddy Shack.
2/5/2005 at 7:55 AM
Oooohhhh, yes - something Square Peg said made me think of a great idea for a name ... old fashioned term for a type of golf club:
According to my Concise Oxford Dictionary...
mashie - iron golf club used for lofting or for medium distances
mashie niblick - club intermediate between mashie and niblick
niblick - golf club with large, round, heavy head, used especially for playing out of bunkers (sand traps.)
2/7/2005 at 3:04 AM
How about the
I guess people usually come after the game.
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