SPECIAL EVENTS IN THE WEBHANNET ROOM
We're now booking parties, weddings, meetings and other functions in our beautiful "Webhannet Room", overlooking the 10th and 18th holes. Whether you're planning an anniversary... a wedding... a family reunion... a company retreat... a holiday party... or any other special event that needs to be done right, the Webhannet Room can accommodate! To find out more or to book an event, call General Manager Chuck Auger at (207) 251-4594 or you may e-mail us. You can also download and review our Wedding Brochure or review the general Function Menu.
THE BRIAN SILVA GRILL
The Brian Silva Grill is open daily during the golf season from 11am to dusk. We're serving a delicious assortment of salads, appetizers, sandwiches and entrees... all available at surprisingly affordable prices. Brian Silva himself is on record as saying: "It was the best club sandwich I've ever eaten... and I have put away a lot of those bad boys in my time." High praise from the architect of Old Marsh! Full bar is available to both members and public. Come visit after your round or just to enjoy a great meal in a beautiful setting. Download and vew the Brian Silva Grill menu!
a brief history of old marsh
Old Marsh Country Club is set in a beautiful area in Wells, Maine near the Webhannet River, only minutes from the ocean. In 1679, this same area was known as Batcomb Plantation and was owned by Nathaniel and John Cloyes. The Cloyes brothers were entrepreneurs who made their money overtly through agriculture... and on the side, running rum illegally from Boston to the Ogunquit settlement. After a brief run-in with the British Crown (for which one of the brothers spent a bit of time in jail), the Cloyes family and their descendants stayed for many years in the area which became known first as Moody and finally as Wells. Our shield is based on the Cloyes family colors of Blue and Gold. We have added green to symbolize golf, and a diving osprey to represent the marsh. We think the rum-runners would approve.
About The Wells Area
Sixty-two square miles comprise the town of Wells, which has a year-round population of about 10,000. Wells Beach, Drake's Island and Moody Beach are all classic Maine spots to enjoy sun, sand and summer fun. Visitors will find a wide selction of fine hotels, motels, campgrounds, restaurants, gift and antique shops. Recreational facilities abound. In addition, there are many bed and breakfasts in the area which offer a unique experience for visitors. For more detailed information on Wells, visit the town's Chamber of Commerce online.