I’m not sure if it’s real or if it’s like your daily horoscope. If you’ve done something sketchy and then have something sketchy happen to you, is it really Karma coming back around, or is it like a horoscope where you make the situation fit the circumstances?
And the other two big questions: Does Karma have an expiration date? Does Karma ever forget?
To answer those last two questions, I would have to say no and no. Continue reading
The Old Town Animal Orphanage tournament for this weekend is full. We have started a waiting list, so if you would like to play, please call the pro shop and we will put you on the list.
We do have one team that is short two players. If you do not have a team and would like to play, please call the pro shop and we will pair you up. 207-827-4779.
We are down to two open spots for teams in the 2nd Annual Old Town Animal Orphanage Golf Tournament.
The tournament is on Saturday, July 7th starting at 8 a.m. The cost is $260 per team ($65 per person) and includes green fees, carts, coffee & donuts, lunch, tournament prizes and lots on-course events.
First place is $400 at Hidden Meadows Golf Course, with at least the top five teams winning prizes, all based on a full field of 18 teams.
There will also be a putting contest for a custom-made Scotty Cameron putter, a chipping contest for a custom-made Mizuno wedge, a hole-in-one prize for a 2019 Hidden Meadows Family membership, raffle prizes on the par 3’s and more.
To sign up, call the Hidden Meadows Pro Shop at 207-827-4779.
Chris Kauppila fired a 3-under-par 68 on Monday, July 2nd during the Maine Junior Tour stop at Hidden Meadows Golf Course. His round broke the course record by one stroke, which was previously set by Connor Morey in May, 2016.
Kauppila started the day eagle-birdie, then after making bogies on #4 and #7, finished the front nine with a birdie 3 on the 9th hole, going out in 3-under-par 33.
Kauppila got it to 4-under-par after making birdie on #12, went birdie-bogey-birdie on #15 through #17, then finished with a par 4 on the last hole to set the record. His round included one eagle, five birdies, eight pars and four bogies.
Kauppila set the record playing the course as an 18-hole set-up, green tees for his front 9 (3177 yards) and the white tees for his back 9 (2891 yards). There has not been a course record posted for the senior tees (white-gold) or for the women’s tees (gold-red). Joe Perdue holds the course record for the men’s original layout with 66 (June, 2010). Stacey Creech holes the course record for the women’s original layout with 71 (June, 2015).
Congratulations Chris. Great round of golf. All of your hard work is beginning to pay off. Way to go!
Chris Kauppila set the course record on Monday, July 2nd, with a 3-under-par 68.
Kauppila’s record-setting scorecard.
In spite of what you may have seen the past two weeks in the Bangor Daily News, the Old Town Animal Orphanage golf tournament is on Saturday, July 7th, starting at 8 a.m. The advertisements in the paper have the tournament as being on Sunday, July 8th, and is incorrect.
Just so everyone is clear: The Animal Orphanage Tournament is Saturday, July 7th, 8 a.m. shot gun start. On Sunday, July 8th, the golf course is open for normal play.
Apologies for any confusion that this may have caused.
Wow! We had 1.5 inches of rain on Thursday. But we sure needed it. The course took it well, and there are no restrictions on carts. Looks like it’s going to be a beautiful day for golf!
Don’t forget, the 2nd Annual Old Town Animal Orphanage tournament is Saturday, July 7th. 8 a.m. shotgun start. $65 per person ($260 per team). Entry fee includes green fees, tournament fees, carts, lunch, flag events every hole, hole-in-one prize, Scotty Cameron Putting Contest, Mizuno Custom Wedge Chipping contest and more!
Last year more than $6,000 in prizes were handed out. To sign up, contact Hidden Meadows Golf Course at 207-827-4779. Last years field was full. We are getting close to being full this year, with only a few spots left. Don’t miss out on a great event, as well as supporting the Old Town Animal Orphanage.
Hidden Meadows is a great place to hold a fundraising event. We help you every step of the way to make your tournament a success.
The 2nd Annual Old Town Animal Orphanage Golf Scramble is on Saturday, July 7th at Hidden Meadows Golf Course. The cost is $260 per team ($65 per player), and includes the tournament entry, green fees, cart, range balls, lunch, prizes, flag events, a raffle and more.
During the tournament there will be a chipping contest for a brand new custom-made Mizuno wedge ($150 value), along with a putting contest for a custom-made Scotty Cameron putter ($410 value). Last year there were a total of $6,000+ in prizes.
To enter a team, contact Hidden Meadows Golf Course at 207-827-4779.
The Old Town Animal Orphanage does a lot of great things and is an important, vital part of our community. It is a non-profit no-kill rescue shelter located in Old Town, ME.
Incorporated in 1990 by a group of caring and compassionate citizens, The Old Town Animal Orphanage is dedicated to the welfare of homeless animals and serves the communities of Old Town, Veazie and Orono. It is operated with minimal funds received from the town governments, annual fundraising events and from the generosity of private citizens. The Animal Orphanage does not receive state or federal funding and operates with four paid employees and many dedicated volunteers.
This tournament is its biggest fundraiser of the year. Please consider setting time aside to play in this great event.
We’ve had close to 1 inch of rain since yesterday, and it’s still raining. If the rain lets up this morning, which it is supposed to, we’ll be fine for carts for the Monday Night Scramble. We will post another update by noon today.
David Nadeau and Gary Powers won the 2018 Hidden Meadows Member-Guest in a sudden death playoff over Ronnie Morin and Tim Black. Both teams finished regulation play at even-par 71, and the Nadeau-Powers team won with a birdie on the first playoff hole. Morin and Black were the defending 2017 winners.
David Nadeau pitches on at #6 while playing partner Gary Powers looks on.
George Thibodeau and Alan Gray finished third with 74, brothers Randy and Barry Bernard took fourth place with 78 while Matt Libby and son Garrett took fifth place with 79.
Final results: Continue reading