"I finished pretty good," said Kidd. "I hit a good drive on that hole and I had that chip that was about a foot from the hole. That was one of my best holes."
Lincoln Coach David Horseman said hard work put Kidd in the position to post a low score.
"Kidd has been working real hard," said Horseman. "At the first of the season he wasn't real strong and wasn't in the top six. He's been working on his game and has been shooting well lately. His hard work is paying off. I just hope he can shoot around that consistently."
Kidd said he is prepared to put in the practice time to hopefully become a consistent scorer.
"I think I can shoot it (39) again," he said. "I just need to practice some more and get better. I need to work on my putts and my driving more. I was hitting my irons today but I can practice on that, too."
Jacob Baker contributed a 44 for the Patriots in the match and Chris Risner shot a 51 to round out the team scoring. Russ Downey, Lincoln's number two golfer, did not have one his better matches Monday, finishing with a 51.
East Jessamine had a 178 for the match led by Kyle Fritz with a team low of 40 and Nick McCarthy with a 43.
If designated scorers were not chosen before each match, Lincoln would have posted a bigger win Monday. Patriot golfer Jake Dyehouse had Lincoln's third lowest score overall, a 40, but, because he was not a designated scorer, it did not count toward the team total.
"We could have had a 160 instead of a 170 but his score doesn't count," Horseman said. "Right now, they're all so close (scoring) after the one and two players and that's why our lineup changes."
Lincoln went 2-for-2 on the links this week, adding a 14-stroke win over Casey County to their season total.
Lincoln (3-4) had a 169 at Hickory Hills Golf Course in Liberty Tuesday to beat host Casey County.
Hogue fired the low round of 33 to lead Lincoln with Downey coming in with a 43, Kidd at 44 and Ethan Woodall at 49.
Luke Beard led Casey in the match with a 40 while Taylor Rousey shot a 44, Kyle Jeffries had a 48 and Korey Hundley, 51 for a team score of 183.
With Tuesday's win, Lincoln improves to 3-2 in the Kentucky Bluegrass Conference (KBC), a conference made up of Boyle, Casey, Danville, Garrard, Lincoln, East Jessamine, Rockcastle and West Jessamine. A conference champion and three medalists will be named after all matches are played and a conference tournament will complete the season.
In addition, a KBC Player of the Year will be named based on conference play. Currently, Jordan Hogue is at the top with Rockcastle County's Jordan Cash.
Monday at Dix River CC
Lincoln County — 170: Jordan Hogue, 37; Jacob Kidd, 39; Jacob Baker, 44; Chris Risner, 50; Russ Downey, 51.
East Jessamine — 178: Kyle Fritz, 40; Nick McCarthy, 43; Cody Miller, 47; Joe Hazel, 48; Zack Hahn, 48; Josh Harmon, 51.
Tuesday at Hickory Hills GC
Lincoln County — 169: Hogue 33, Downey, 43; Kidd, 44; Ethan Woodall, 49; Baker, 51.
Casey County — 183: Luke Beard, 40; Taylor Rousey, 44; Kyle Jeffries, 48; Korey Hundley, 51; Bradley Jeffries, 56.