Senior Scramble Slated For Wednesday, June 10th

The Hidden Meadows Senior Scramble is scheduled for Wednesday, June 10th. The format is a 2-person scramble, with no minimums on tee shots. There are three divisions: Age 50-59, Age 60-69 and Age 70-older. Teams will be placed in divisions based on the age of the youngest player on the team. Players age 59-younger play from the white tees, players age 60-older play from the gold tees. The entry fee is $50 per team, which includes the tournament entry, green fees, lunch, prizes and flag events. To enter, please call the Pro Shop at 207.827.4779. Entry deadline is Monday, June 8th.

Couples Mixie on Sunday, June 7th

We have our first mixie of the year on Sunday, June 7th. Starting time is 1 p.m. with a potluck after the golf. The format is Pinehurst Scramble. Player A and Player B both hit a tee shot. Player A hits Player B’s drive and Player B hits Player A’s drive. Then pick which ball you want to use and play a scramble until the ball is holed. The Pro Shop will be grilling hamburgers and hot dogs, and will provide iced tea. Players are providing either a side dish, salad or dessert. Please call the Pro Shop at 827.4779 to sign up.

Summer Rental Needed

I was just contacted by a couple in Florida who is looking for a rental in Maine from July-October. Quiet, retired couple. Non-smokers, no pets. Loves golf and nature. Please contact the pro shop if you have a place for rent, or know of a place for rent. Something in the vicinity of a golf course would be preferable.

Sign-up’s Underway For Junior Golf Programs

We are now taking sign-ups for all of our summer Junior Golf programs. We have PeeWee Golf lessons for ages 5-8 years old on Wednesday mornings. We have Junior Golf lessons for ages 8-18 years old on Thursday mornings. We have a Junior Golf League on Saturday afternoon’s. And we have our Junior Golf Academy, which will be the last week of July.

Space is limited for all four programs. You can call the pro shop at 827.4779 to sign up. For detailed information for each program, click on the Junior Golf menu on our website.

Hidden Meadows Employees Earn Honor Roll Recognition

Congrats to Hidden Meadows employees Sam Segee, Cole Daniel and Alex Blackie for being named 3rd quarter honor students at Old Town High School. Also to Hidden Meadows owner Rob Olsen for making the President’s List at Southern New Hampshire University.

Additionally, Old Town High School golfers Sammy Dauphinee, Ryan Hoogterp, Jake Dubay, Dillon Leland and Austin Soucy made the 3rd quarter honor roll, as did Orono High School golfers Ryan Wells, Garry Morneault, Justin O’Brien and Sam Holt.

Keep up the hard work everyone!

We Have A Winner!

Congratulations to Liz Arsenault. She is the winner of the Hidden Meadows/Zone Radio ‘Who The Hell Is This’ promotion that we’ve had going for the past three weeks.

Liz was drawn from 18 qualifiers, and won a Callaway driver, Callaway fairway woods, Callaway hybrids, Callaway irons, Odyssey putter, Callaway bag, a 2015 membership at Hidden Meadows Golf Course, which includes unlimited golf, unlimited cart use and unlimited range ball use. It also includes a lesson package with PGA Professional and course owner Joe Perdue.

Way to go Liz. You won the biggest prize EVER given away by Zone Radio!

Old Town Rec Center Classes Begin

Saturday was the start of our Junior Putt Club classes with the Old Town Rec Center. Ben McPhee added a little extra challenge to his shots on the driving range, then came in the pro shop to demonstrate his steady hands. Ben, you made my day!

Ben McPhee getting ready to demonstrate his trick shot.

Ben McPhee getting ready to demonstrate his trick shot.

Ben McPhee passes his first test for PGA School by balancing three golf balls in the pro shop.

Ben McPhee passes his first test for PGA School by balancing three golf balls in the pro shop.

Good Luck In Utah Wayne!

Wayne Garthwait, one of our long-time members at Hidden Meadows GC, and part of our morning ‘dew sweepers’ group, told me this morning that he and his wife are moving to Utah. On Monday. This Monday. As in day-after-tomorrow Monday. Wow!

Wayne, I’ve enjoyed our conversations, our time spent on the practice tee, and all of our practical jokes (think Tony Soprano). Thank you for being a member of our course. We are going to miss seeing you here every day. Best wishes to you and your wife on your new adventures. Good luck Wayne!

Ken Grindle, Wayne Garthwait, John Weibe and David Saucier finishing their round this morning at Hidden Meadows GC. Wayne fired 39 in his final round here before his upcoming move to Utah.

Ken Grindle, Wayne Garthwait, John Weibe and David Saucier finishing their round this morning at Hidden Meadows GC. Wayne fired 39 in his final round here before his upcoming move to Utah.