The pro shop will be open every day from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. through Christmas Eve. We’ll continue to have great deals on 2018 memberships, golf cart sales, golf balls, gloves, drivers, fairway woods, hybrids, iron sets and more.
We are having a Black Friday sale at Hidden Meadows Golf Course. Doors open at 6 a.m. Here’s a sample of a few of the great deals we’ll have for you:
Brand new Mizuno iron sets: $399.99 (regular $799.99)
Brand new Cleveland wedges: $69.99 (regular $129.99)
Brand new Mizuno JPX driver: $199.99 (regular $399.99)
Brand new Titleist Vokey wedges: $99.99 (regular $149.99)
Brand new Titleist 716 AP1 iron sets: $599.99 (reg. $899.99)
Brand new Titleist 716 AP2 iron sets: $799.99 (reg. $1,199.99)
Brand new Titleist 917 drivers: $359.99 (regular $499.99)
Brand new Titleist 917 fairways: $229.99 (regular $319.99)
Brand new Callaway Epic Driver: $379.99 (regular $499.99)
Brand new Mizuno JPX-900 driver: $279 (regular $349.99)
Srixon Marathon 15-ball pack: $9.99 (regular $13.99)
2018 Hidden Meadows Membership: Save $25
These are just a few of the deals we have going. We’ve got lots more to choose from. A lot of these are ‘true’ Black Friday deals that we have an extremely limited quantity available (the new Mizuno iron sets, we only have two, The AP2 iron sets, we only have two). Once they are gone, they are gone.
So come on in Friday morning. We’ll have some fresh Starbucks coffee waiting for you!
We will be having a Black Friday sale at Hidden Meadows. It will run from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. We are going to have a limited number of brand new sets of Titleist Irons, Mizuno irons and Callaway irons, along with new Titleist, Mizuno, Callaway and Cleveland drivers, fairway woods and hybrids, all at some unbelievable prices.
Quantities will be extremely limited, and will be limited to stock on-hand. We’ll publish some more updates as we get a little bit closer to the big day.
If you want to save some money during the holiday season, think Hidden Meadows Golf Course.
This is always the toughest post of the year. As of today, the course is closed for the season.
We always stay open until the first snow, or until Mother Nature dictates otherwise. With the cold temperatures, we have areas on our #5, #6 and #7 greens where the frost will not break up, and we just don’t want to risk damaging our greens or the course.
If you are looking to do some Christmas shopping, just call us ahead of time so we can make sure we are here, and we’ll be happy to help you take care of gifts for the golfers in your family and friends. We got lots of great deals on new and used equipment, and gift certificates are available as well.
Thank you for a great season. We look forward to seeing everyone in the spring.
Joe and Rob
One of our members came in today and said, ‘Joe, I read on FaceBook that you are closing on November 12th.’ I said, ‘That’s news to me, but I’ll check with Rob. We normally talk about those sorts of things before making a decision.’
So after poking around a little bit, I did indeed find where Hidden Meadows Golf Course had announced they were closing on November 12th. But it’s the Hidden Meadows Golf Course in Glenmont, New York.
We do get some interesting phone calls in the pro shop asking about tee times and rates. This past winter someone called to ask if we were going to be open the next day. I told them we’d just had a blizzard blow through here with five feet of snow and said it was unlikely we’d be ready for play the next day. It got real quiet on the other end of the phone. The fellow probably wondered what I was talking about, since he was trying to call the Hidden Meadows GC in Northport, Alabama.
Had another call for that course in Alabama asking about rates, and we told them about our daily special for $28, which includes a cart. Also told him that we did not require a tee time. He said, ‘oh, that’s great. Usually I can NEVER get a weekend time at your course. See you in the morning.’ I’m sure he got a funny look when he showed up in Alabama, expecting a special with no tee time, when their regular rate is $40.
Then last month I had a call from a guy that had an out-of-state area code and with a distinct southern accent, asking about playing in a tournament we were holding. This time I asked which golf course he was trying to get hold of, and he said, ‘Hidden Meadows in Old Town, ME.’ I explained to him why I asked and he started laughing. ‘I’m in the military, and I’m actually from Alabama!’
There’s never a dull moment here at the golf course.
We have a small frost delay this morning. We should be open by 9 a.m. We are powered by a generator right now, so we’re a little limited inside the clubhouse, but everything is back to normal on the golf course.