The Charity Tournament For Kids Education in Africa held their 3rd Annual event at Hidden Meadows Golf Course this morning. 14 teams competed for prizes, flag events, pins and raffles. Players were treated to lunch by Moe’s BBQ.
Ray Hussey, Stacey Hussey, Ron Morin and David Nadeau took first place honors with 62, winning the count back with a birdie. Tom Vanidestine and Parker Sanderson finished in second place with 62. Lucas Shorette, Brad Westura, CJ Moody and Darin Gardner took third place with 63, winning the count back with a birdie. Continue reading
We have a new addition to the North Atlantic Golf Course Association. Midland Meadows Golf Club, located in Norton, New Brunswick, is our first Canadian member.
The course is owned by Glen and Sherry Gray. His brother Chris, and his wife Bobbi, are involved with the operation of the course as well.
Midland Meadows GC a scenic 9-hole course and plays to a par 35/36. They are located 35 miles from Saint John, 50 minutes from fredericton and 60 minutes from Moncton. In addition to the golf course, they have a driving range and clubhouse.
Welcome to the North Atlantic Golf Course Association!
Glen Gray, Sherry Gray, Bobbi Gray and Chris Gray.
I’m going to run this for two more days, then cash it out. Thank you to everyone that has donated. I appreciate it very much.
What an absolutely fantastic morning to play golf. It’s only $14 to play 9-holes, and $20 to play 18-holes.
Darin Gardner getting the greens ready for a great day of golf at Hidden Meadows GC.
And just for fun, since it IS such a fantastic day to play golf, we’re running a special on Mizuno and Titleist drivers. Today only, $299.99. Limited to stock on hand.
Titleist and Mizuno drivers on sale today only!
It’s a great day for golf at Hidden Meadows Golf Course. Two players and a cart for 18-holes is just $54 ($27 per person). With our alternate tees for everyone (regular tees, senior tees, women’s tees and two sets of junior tees) you can enjoy an 18-hole experience on our 9-hole course. Come on out and see us today!
Practice for the Old Town High School golf team begins Monday, August 15th. Have you been working on your game this summer?
The Women’s Maine Golf Course Association had their weekly tournament at Hidden Meadows Golf Course on Tuesday, July 19th.
Darby Vigue from Hermon Meadow Golf Course had the low round of the day with 76, followed by Nancy Carlson and Liz Coffin with 83. Carole Cook from Bangor Muni had low net of the day with 65, followed by Karen Bamford, Peg Buchanan and Anne Pooler with 69.
Nancy Hart hit it closest to the pin on #8 and #17 at 31’8″ and 22’5″ respectively. Marilyn Hughes won #4 at 50′, and Cheryl Paulson hit it 24’10” on #13.
Thank you everyone for playing. We love having the WMSGA at Hidden Meadows Golf Course! Continue reading
Practice for the Old Town High School golf team begins Monday, August 15th. There are no cuts, so no matter what your skill level, come on out and give it a try.
Old Town won the Penobscot Valley Conference Championship in 2015, and finished second in state. This is a chance to challenge yourself and be part of something special.
If you are interested in being on the team, contact coach Joe Perdue at Hidden Meadows Golf Course, 207.827.4779. If you are new to the school district or an incoming freshman, you must get a physical before you will be able to practice with the team.
The 3rd Annual Charity Tournament for Kids Education in Malawi is Saturday, July 30th at Hidden Meadows Golf Course. It’s a 4-person scramble and the cost is $200 per team ($50 per person). It includes the tournament entry fee, carts, lunch and flag events.
To enter, contact Zachary Hussey at 207.951.5293 or e-mail at email@example.com. All pre-paid entries received by July 23rd receive a $20 discount.
It took a sudden-death playoff for Nancy Hartt and Diane Herring to win the second annual 2-Person Women’s Scramble at Hidden Meadows Golf Course.
Hartt and Herring defeated Liz Coffin and Karen Bamford on the first hole when Herring knocked in a 54 foot eagle from just off the front edge of the green. After playing partner Bamford missed on her eagle attempt, Coffin’s 11 foot eagle putt for the tie somehow slid just left of the hole.
Nancy Hartt and Diane Herring