Month: September 2016

  1. Hermon Home & Home Moved to Thursday, October 22nd, 8 a.m.

    The Home and Home match with Hermon Meadow has been moved to Thursday, September 22nd. It will start at 8 a.m. The weather for tomorrow looks bad, and rather than have it get rained out and then have to re-schedule, Thea and I decided to make the change now.

    If you cannot make it for Thursday, please let us know right away so we can find a substitute.

  2. We Need 1 Player for Monday’s Match with Hermon Meadow

    We are looking for one player for the Hidden Meadows versus Hermon Meadow Home & Home match tomorrow (Monday) morning. Tee time is 9 a.m. Cost is $20, which includes your cart. If you are interested in playing, please call the pro shop at 827-4779.

  3. Richard May Memorial Scramble This Coming Saturday, September 10th

    The 6th Annual Richard May Memorial & Junior Athletics Scramble is this coming Saturday, September 10th. It starts at 9 a.m. The cost is $40 per person and includes green fees, tournament entry, food, prizes and flag events. Carts are an additional $12 per person.

    For more information, or to sign up, please contact Randy Rand at (207) 944-0551 or Hidden Meadows Golf Course at (207) 827-4779.

    This tournament is a lot of fun. It also helps to support Junior Athletics and a scholarship at Old Town High School. Hope to see you!2016RichardMayScrambleEntry

  4. Vokey Wedge Sale Ends On Labor Day

    Labor Day is the LAST day to save $$$ on Vokey SM4 and SM5 wedge models. $69.99 for the SM4, $89.99 for the SM5. Limited to stock on hand.

    SM4 and SM5 models on sale for $69.99 and $89.99. This sale ends on Monday.

    SM4 and SM5 models on sale for $69.99 and $89.99. This sale ends on Monday.

  5. 2016 Fall Membership Specials

    Fall Membership Specials

    Buy any 2017 membership today and get the remainder of this year for free!

    Student Saver Memberships Available to all full time college students and all high school students.

    Fall Only
    $50 Unlimited Golf
    $150 Unlimited Golf and Cart Use

    Through May 31st 2017
    $100 Unlimited Golf
    $200 Unlimited Golf and Cart Use

  6. 4th Annual Big Cup Scramble Is October 1st

    The 4th annual Big Cup Scramble is being held on Saturday, October 1st at Hidden Meadows Golf Course.bigcup

    This is a 2-person 18-hole scramble, and we will be using the 8 inch cups for the competition. Sound easy? Well, we will only promise that the cups will be on the greens. Where on the greens? That all depends on how evil our greens superintendent Chad Armell is feeling that particular day. However, since he will be playing in the tournament, he might not want to make things too difficult.

    The cost is $20 per team ($10 per player) for Hidden Meadows members, and $40 per team ($20 per player) for non-members. We’ll be starting at 10 a.m., and it’s a shotgun start, so everyone will start and finish at the same time. This tournament is a TON of fun, so make sure to set some time aside to play. You can call the pro shop at 207.827.4779 to register.

  7. Daniel Repeats, Hussey & Hussey Win Champion Titles

    Cole Daniel came out with both guns blazing on Sunday morning, making eagle on the first hole, and never looked back as he defended his club championship title. Daniel is the first back-to-back open division champion in the history of Hidden Meadows Golf Course.

    Alan Hussey took the senior division trophy, while his wife Maggie won the women’s division. Daniel also won the junior division crown for the third straight year.

    Things were pretty tight after Saturday’s opening round. Bill Fernandez offset a double-bogey on #5 and a triple-bogey on #16 with birdies on #9, #12 and #15 to nab the first round lead with 76. Daniel had his own troubles during the first round, making 9 on the par 4 6th hole, then making a triple-bogey 7 on #10. A birdie on #12 settled him back down, as he played the remaining 7 holes 1-under par to finish with 78. David Theriault was also in the hunt after a first round 80. A triple-bogey on #16 was the only blemish on an otherwise steady round.

    1st round leader Bill Fernandez

    1st round leader Bill Fernandez