Our Lunch Menu Isn’t Here For Long!

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If you haven’t been to Maples Restaurant for lunch yet this season, you should really consider stopping in!

This summer we offered a fantastic lunch menu with lighter fare for a good way to fuel up mid-day. With high-protein salads, light but delicious entrees, and classic sandwiches that are hard to pass up, we had a great turn out this season! We’re grateful for all of the wonderful feedback about taste, presentation, and overall experience of their stays here at Olde Mill.

We encourage you to stop in and try the lunch menu before it takes a break and gets re-worked for next Summer – you have until mid-October!

We can’t wait to see you and if you can’t quite make it, don’t worry, there’s always next year. Plus, we’re happy to see you any time you choose Maples at Olde Mill!

Golf Etiquette Tips for Beginners – Olde Mill Golf Resort

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Having fun is the most important part of your stay at Olde Mill.

Knowing a few things about what to expect on the golf course can help ensure that everyone, including those around you, are having a great time as well! This applies to all levels of golfers – we’re not picking at inexperience here. We simply want to mention what can make things enjoyable for all players that are on the course!

  • If you happen to be playing with a beginner, try to remember you were once a beginner. Help them to learn the game by encouraging and having fun with them. Teach them the basics of etiquette along the way – learning the hard way is always the best experience!
  • Leave the negativity out of it. Compliments, helpful suggestions and keeping a good attitude are all great things to bring with you on golf day. Avoid complaining about bad shots, giving “advice”, (everyone is just having a good time!), and being rude to other players.
  • Playing through is helpful. This means maybe your group is going slower and you can see the group behind you in a hurry or getting frustrated with your speed in general, so you let them play their round first. We suggest marking your balls and just waiting it out. Folks who just wanted a quick round will appreciate it and if you’ve got the time, why not!

Basically, the general practices of life like common courtesy are what we’re talking about here. Nothing special, just treat your neighbor as you’d like to be treated! People of all skill levels started off brand new and the Ellis Maples course is a perfect place to test your skills!

For an official PGA Golf Etiquette list, click this link!

Why Hosting a Corporate Golf Outing Is A Great Idea

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Plenty of businesses consider offering a golf outing and we’re sure you’ve met someone who’s attended one before.

They’re great fun and an excellent way to hang out with the people in your business who make the most out of your job! However, have you ever considered the other benefits?

  • It’s a stand-out move. Making your staff or clients feel as though they’re worth the extra effort of planning a golf outing (which takes nearly nothing at Olde Mill!) can make a difference in morale, relationships, and general satisfaction of the business itself.
  • You’ll increase awareness of your brand. Lots of businesses take the golf outing opportunity to offer t-shirts, cups, towels, and other merchandise that features their logo. Some companies go as far as hiring a photographer for the event – a smart idea to capture the memories for everyone, even those who weren’t able to attend.
  • If you decide to invite current and prospective clients, you can allow for them to mix and mingle naturally and they’ll most likely discuss your relationship and the nature of your business together with one another. Networking can be a magical thing.
  • You know what they say – a well run golf day reflects your business and how it runs. Okay, don’t quote us on that but it’s true! If you give off the impression of a smooth, easy flow, people will take it as an indicator that you have things handled. Mismatched schedules and mixups can happen in the blink of an eye without proper planning, making it look like no one knows what’s going on, something none of us want to happen.

Above all, use the opportunity to thank and recognize your staff/employees/clients/whomever you decide to invite. Giving the opportunity for these individuals to feel appreciated can improve your relationships with them and motivate them to continue with their progressions.

Mother’s Day Brunch!

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Celebrate this Mother’s Day by joining us at Maples Restaurant on May 14th, from 11:00-2:00 for our Mother’s Day Brunch!

Cost: $25 for adults, $12 for children. Reservations are strongly recommended! Please call 276-398-2211 or 395-2578 to reserve your table!

The Menu:

Crab Cakes with Dijon Sauce

Roast Beef

Buttermilk Fried Chicken

Glazed Ham

Omelet Station

Peel & Eat Shrimp

Seafood Penne Marinara 

Fresh Vegetables

Mashed Potatoes

Mac & Cheese

Fruit Display

Rice Pilaf

Pasta Salad

Tomato Bisque Soup

Garden Salad

Wedge Salad

Tomato Mozzarella Salad

Lots of House-Made Desserts


Celebrating on Mother’s Day is a great way to bring your family, friends, and loved ones all together to recognize the strength and love and care that mothers give to those around them. We encourage you to offer her a brunch (and view) she’ll remember for years to come while making brand new memories.


Prom Specials 2017

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 Prom is just around the corner and we’re excited to help you celebrate!


We’ve designed a special menu just for our prom-goers that includes a full, three course dinner (even taxes and gratuity) with plenty of options to choose from! It’s the perfect opportunity to have a beautiful evening with the ones you love the most while staying within a reasonable budget. Our restaurant offers a beautiful mountain view – give your date (or treat yourself!) to a grand evening before the party really begins – AT PROM!

Here’s a preview of the menu we’ll be offering:

  Reservations are encouraged! We’re looking forward to seeing everyone and we’re so glad to offer this dinner special to our community!