The Lookout Mountain Club’s golf course is a beloved landmark and crown jewel of the community. Designed and built in 1925 by renowned golf course architect Seth Raynor, it is a world-class championship course recognized by Golfweek magazine as one of the “Top Classical Golf Courses” in America. Whether it’s a corporate outing, charitable tournament or simply a round with good friends, the Lookout Mountain Club is certain to make any golf experience both memorable and enjoyable.
Welcome to the Golf Shop!!! We carry the finest quality clothing in golf accompanied with the most up to date golf equipment. Customer service and our knowledge of the product help make your shopping experience First Class.
Pro Shop Direct Line: (706) 841-7131
Welcome to the Swing Ding, One of the South’s Premier Events!!
This event has one of the strongest histories of any private club event in the South dating back to 1959. This special event was the brainchild of Jack Lupton and John Stout, St., the winners of the Inaugural Swing Ding, and was created to be a celebration of life with some golf. The setting couldn’t be better with our Seth Raynor designed golf course and the scenic views of multiple states from most every part of the course. Our club transforms for the Swing Ding every year, whether you are warming up for your round with Swing Ding logoed range balls or during play hearing the Bluegrass or Jazz bands perform under the big top. This is not your ordinary tournament; it is an event you will remember for years to come.
To learn more about the Swing Ding please visit: www.swing-ding.com
PGA Head Golf Professional
Adam has been the golf operations leader at Lookout Mountain Club for four years. He spent the early part of his professional career at both Capital City Club facilities located in Atlanta. The Crabapple Course served as host to the 2003 American Express World Golf Championship. He spent 5 years at Atlanta Country Club, which hosted a PGA Tour event for 30 years. He presently serves on the Chattanooga Chapter board and several committees within the Tennessee Section. A little known fact about Adam is that he was an All-Conference Placekicker while in college. His wife Teresa is an avid runner and they have two wonderful children, Charlie and Stella.