Hidden Meadows Golf Course will be hosting the Penobscot County 3-Person Scramble on Saturday, May 26th and Sunday, May 27th. It will be a 2-day event and will be limited to 40 teams.
20 teams will start at 8 a.m. and 20 teams will start at 2 p.m. After the first round of play, the tournament will be broken into four flights based on first round scores. The 3rd and 4th Flights will start at 8 a.m. on Sunday, the 1st and 2nd Flights will start at 2 p.m. on Sunday. There will be 10 teams per flight.
The entry fee is $225 per team ($75 per person) and includes carts, Saturday lunch and flag events. There will be an optional skins game both days. Teams will be playing for a minimum $5,000 purse based on a full field, with first place in each flight worth $600.
Make sure to plan your 2018 calendar to include this tournament. It will be a lot of fun!
The annual Rotary Charity Golf Tournament was held at Hidden Meadows Golf Course on Saturday. 18 teams (72 players) were treated to a gorgeous day, nice playing conditions, great food and $2,700+ in prizes.
A big thank you to Ben Smith, Dave Wollstadt, Frank Greenleaf, Bugsy Bryant and all of the volunteers and members of the Rotary Club who worked hard to bring all of this together. Through all of their efforts the tournament raised roughly $6,000, which will be used to benefit Sarah’s House and other Rotary charities.
Thank you to everyone for playing. We hope you enjoyed your day at Hidden Meadows GC.
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So who’s interested in playing some free golf? Sound interesting? How some free golf for the rest of 2017? Sound even better?
Here’s the deal. Pay for a 2018 membership at Hidden Meadows Golf Course now, and play the rest of this year for free. Yes, FREE!
And don’t forget, Hidden Meadows Golf Course is a member of the North Atlantic Golf Course Association. This entitles you to two free rounds of golf at 25 golf courses, and all you have to do is rent a cart. That’s a $2,500 added value to your membership.
We’ve got a lot of great weather to look forward to this fall, and we’ve already aerified our greens, so no lost time to annual course maintenance. Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to play a lot of golf for the rest of 2017.
There are two spots open in the Rotary Golf Tournament for this coming Saturday. This tournament is a lot of fun and has a lot of great prizes. The cost is $50 per person ($200 per team) and includes a cart, the tournament entry fee, prizes and lunch. Call the pro shop to sign up at 207-827-4779.
The Pi Kappa Phi fraternity held a fundraising golf tournament this past weekend for “The Ability Experience.” Spencer Savage was the tournament chairman, and 31 players participated in the Sunday morning event.
The Ability Experience’s mission is, “We use shared experiences to support people with disabilities and develop the men of Pi Kappa Phi into servant leaders.” which has been fulfilled for more than 35 years. Although the wording may have been changed, The Ability Experience’s vision to “Create a community, one relationship at a time, where the abilities of all people are recognized and valued,” remains unchanged.
Mother Nature provided a great morning for golf, and everyone had a good time. Thank you for holding your event at Hidden Meadows, and a big thumbs up for the charitable work you are doing. Continue reading
It would make my day if the person responsible for running a cart across my 6th green this afternoon and breaking my flag stick, would fess up, offer to pay for a new flag stick and the damage to my cart, and then apologize.
In my 20’s and 30’s, I worked at Gold Mountain Golf Course, which is a municipal golf course owned by the city of Bremerton. My first eight years or so there, we had 18-holes and were doing between 70,000 and 75,000 rounds per year, busy enough to warrant building a second course. On a typical Saturday or Sunday, we’d average 325-350 rounds. It was a busy place. Continue reading
Late last week we finished sodding the new women’s and senior tees on #2, #5, #7 and #9, as well as expanding the regular tees on #7 and #8. The 5/8″ of rain we got last night came at a perfect time!
If we have normal weather during September and October, and minimal ice damage over the winter, we should have all of these tees open in the spring.
The reason for these new tees is that we had a few holes where the senior tees and women’s tees were right next to each other. This created some maintenance challenges because of everyone teeing off from the same place. By separating these tees, we’ll be able to keep the turf in better condition, and we’ll have better definition between the senior and women’s tee areas.
Chad, Jim, Darin, Kevin and Garry worked their tails off to get this project done on time. If you see them while you’re out playing, take a second to give them a thumbs up. They do a wonderful job keeping the golf course looking great.
Chris Kauppila, Bill Fernandez and Brenda Levasseur won their respective divisions in the 2017 Hidden Meadows Club Championship over the weekend of August 26th and 27th. Kauppila won the Overall Championship and the Junior Championship with a 5-over-par 147 with rounds of 72 and 75. Fernandez won the Senior Championship, shooting 84 and 78 enroute to a 162 total. Levasseur shot 91 and 99 for a 190 total to win the Women’s Championship.
2017 Hidden Meadows Golf Course Champions. Chris Kauppila, Brenda Levasseur and Bill Fernandez.
The annual Old Town Rotary Charity Golf Tournament will be held on Saturday, September 16th at Hidden Meadows Golf Course in Old Town. Top prize for this years event will be $400, based on a full field, with numerous other prizes for the top teams. There will also be longest drive and closest-to-the-pin competitions, as well as a raffle, 50/50 and other special events.
The entry fee is $200 per team ($50 per player) and includes carts and lunch. You can save $25 if you pay in full by September 14th. Sign-ups are being taken at Hidden Meadows Golf Course. Limited to the first 20 teams that enter. Last year the tournament was full and we had to turn away two teams, so don’t wait too long to sign up.
All proceeds from the tournament will benefit Sarah’s House and other Rotary charities.
Just a reminder to everyone, we are aerifying greens today. The flags will not be back on the greens until the Monday Night Scramble later this afternoon. If you want to come out and play, it will be a great day to hit the ball around, but not a great day to putt. $10 all day walking, $15 all day riding.
Thank you for your patience!