Golf

  • Stethoscope Open planned

    Stethoscope Open planned

    MOUNT DESERT — Mount Desert Nursing Association presents its third annual fundraising golf tournament, the Stethoscope Open, Saturday Sept. 7, at the Northeast Harbor Golf Club. Registration and a lobster roll lunch begin at noon and a shotgun start will be at 1 p.m. Cocktails, hors d’oeuvres and prizes at the clubhouse will be at

  • Northeast Harbor to host Lewis/Crowley tourney

    Northeast Harbor to host Lewis/Crowley tourney

    MOUNT DESERT — After six years in Trenton, the Down East Family YMCA’s Bo Lewis Memorial Golf Tournament has found a new home. The tournament will be held under a new name as the Lewis/Crowley Memorial Tournament later this year. It is scheduled to be held Sept. 20 at Northeast Harbor Golf Club. The tournament

  • Gray, Duffy, Fitch and Gray win Harding golf tournament

    Gray, Duffy, Fitch and Gray win Harding golf tournament

    BAR HARBOR — The 26th annual David R. Harding Memorial Golf Tournament hosted by Bar Harbor Bank & Trust was held at Kebo Valley Golf Club on June 12. The annual charity event is a tribute to David R. Harding, longtime member and chairman of the board of Bar Harbor Bankshares. The proceeds from this

  • Harding memorial tournament moved to June 12

    Harding memorial tournament moved to June 12

    BAR HARBOR — Bar Harbor Bank & Trust’s 26th Annual David R. Harding Memorial Golf Tournament, originally scheduled for June 4 at Kebo Valley Golf Club, will be played June 12. The beneficiaries for this year’s charity tournament are the Bar Harbor Food Pantry and Westside Food Pantry, two organizations with the shared purpose of

  • Harding hole in one sponsors

    Harding hole in one sponsors

    BAR HARBOR — Stanley Scooters and Darling’s are each sponsoring a hole-in-one contest at Bar Harbor Bank & Trust’s 26th Annual David R. Harding Memorial Golf Tournament on June 4 at Kebo Valley Golf Club (rain date is June 12). This year the hole-in-one prizes will be a 2019 Buick Encore from Darling’s and a

  • ‘Driving for Rides’ golf tournament

    ‘Driving for Rides’ golf tournament

    BAR HARBOR — This year’s Island Connections “Driving for Rides” golf tournament is scheduled to be held May 21 at Kebo Valley Golf Club. The event is raising money and awareness for Island Connections, a volunteer-driven organization that provides transportation and other needs to senior citizens and those with physical or mental challenges in and

  • Causeway Club offers junior program

    Causeway Club offers junior program

    SOUTHWEST HARBOR — Kevin Perkins Golf Academy will be conducting a junior after-school golf program starting next month at the Causeway Club. The program is open to boys and girls from ages 7-17. It will be held Tuesdays and Thursdays starting May 7 and May 9, respectively. Visit kevinperkinsgolfacademy.com or call 561-301-3783.

  • Adventure golf tournament set

    Adventure golf tournament set

    BAR HARBOR — The Bar Harbor Rotary Club will hold its annual tournament at Pirate’s Cove Adventure Golf Saturday, May 18, beginning at 8:30 a.m. The event is sponsored by the club and made possible with the support of Pirate’s Cove and Betty Eaton. Funds raised this year will support local cancer funds and patient

  • Golf tournament to benefit local food pantries

    Golf tournament to benefit local food pantries

    BAR HARBOR — Proceeds from this year’s David R. Harding Memorial Golf Tournament, set for June 4 at Kebo Valley Golf Club, will benefit Mount Desert Island’s two food pantries. Bar Harbor Bank & Trust announced Friday that the tournament will raise money for the Bar Harbor Food Pantry and Westside Food Pantry. Interested parties

  • All-PVC honors

    BAR HARBOR — The Penobscot Valley Conference announced selections to many of its All-PVC teams earlier this week, and Mount Desert Island athletes were among the many players selected. In soccer, Leao Nelson of the boys team and Lelia Weir of the girls team received All-PVC first-team selections. Nick Duley was named to the second

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