If your weekends are at all like mine, Sunday morning usually starts in a foggy haze. There are usually only 2 things I want to do, eat and figure out what the hell happened the night before.
English writer Guy Beringer is credited with inventing (can you really invent a meal?) brunch in part to help battle a nasty hangover. In his 1895 essay “Brunch: A Plea” he said among other things, “Brunch is cheerful, sociable and inciting. It is talk-compelling. It makes you satisfied with yourself and your fellow beings.”
Well, the stuff-your-face, two drinks in-hand, party till you drop day of gluttony has passed. TopGolf’s first ever Crawfish Boil turned out to be a huge success due to the hard work of our associates and the large appetites of our guests! The crawfish went fast, as eyes grew wide and guests piled their plates – Round 1. Round 2. Round 3…and so on until 400 pounds of those tasty little critters were no more. Their lovely aroma, however, lingered until the wee hours of the morning, a treat to some and to others, not so much.
TopGolf is launching a new menu this spring and in order to display our new items in the best way possible, we needed some new photos. So today, at TopGolf Wood Dale, we started Day 1 of the new menu photo shoot. There were only six shots on the list for today, but don’t be fooled into thinking that won’t take all day. Here are the steps to creating a great TopGolf photograph: