Over ninty years in the game
The Sioux Lookout Golf Club was established in the early 1930s starting out with only three holes. Memberships only reached about 16 people until popularity grew in the 1950s. In 1961, the club made the addition of three more holes.
Early curling took place on the West end of King Street until 1960 when construction began on a new curling rink adjacent to the golf club.
During 1969, the Sioux Lookout Golf Club and the Sioux Lookout Curling Club amalgamated. They operated under the new name of the Ojibway Golf and Curling Club.
1970 brought devastation to the public and clubs as the building caught fire due to an electrical failure. However, the community prevailed and managed to build an entirely new clubhouse by 1972. This clubhouse still stands today.
Thriving Through Community Efforts