The Eighth Hole

The golf book entitled 1001 Golf Holes You Must Play Before You Die edited by Jeff Barr, with a preface written by Robert Trent Jones, Jr., lists the Heathers Club of Bloomfield Hills’ eighth hole as a golf hole you must play before you die. Here is what is said about the Heathers Course and the 8th hole.


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Three Tools for Planning a Bridal Shower in the Digital Age


Planning a wedding shower can come at an extremely busy time for you and your friends. Often, bridesmaids are balancing work, school and family responsibilities and don’t have a lot of spare time. Luckily, nowadays the internet is here to help! Follow these tips to get started and be inspired by planning a Bridal Shower.



Pinterest is an online bulletin board that is filled with ideas for bridal showers. Whether you are planning a couple’s shower, a kitchen shower or a formal tea party, you will find tips and tricks through Pinterest. Simply enter your theme in the search box and then start brainstorming ways make it a reality by following the links to resources, photos and advice from people who have hosted a shower.


Facebook is more than just sharing posts with friends and family and socializing. The site can be used to research venues, join groups of like-minded individuals and browse photos of vendors who offer services that can help you make your event remarkable. From florists to catering, Facebook is a perfect place to find the perfect theme and even invite your guests.


Instagram’s specialty is photos.  But it is so much more. Now that you can share a story, it is possible to see a video or a montage of videos that really seem to come to life. Again, by using the search box to locate themes or venues that may be a good fit, you can get so much information. It is a real time saver to do all this research from your desk or your couch before even getting in the car or placing a phone call and being placed on hold indefinitely.


So, if you are planning a bridal shower, let your computer do the shopping and check off your list of things to do without too much effort. Doing your research online is a smart way to host the perfect event for the bride-to-be.