PGA Junior Golf Camps are coming to Haggin Oaks Golf Course

Make it A Summer to Remember and Sign up your Child for the PGA Junior Golf Camps at Haggin Oaks Golf Course. New! SPECIAL OFFER FOR NEW CAMPERS! PGA Junior Golf Camps are coming to Haggin Oaks Golf Course summer 2017. Boys and girls of all abilities will learn the fundamentals of the game within… Continue reading →

Join Little Linkers and Junior Linkers at Haggin Oaks

Sign your Junior Golfer up for Little Linkers or Junior Linkers this Summer at Haggin Oaks Golf Course! Little Linkers and Junior Linkers are the original junior golf program for The First Tee of Greater Sacramento. This is a once a week, 9 hole playing program for participants ages 7 to 17. Participants have the… Continue reading →

Play College Golf Day Coming June 23, 2017

Join us June 23, 2017 for Northern California’s College Golf Day at Haggin Oaks Golf Complex We are hosting a College Golf Day at Haggin Oaks Golf Complex on Friday, June 23, 2017 that will maximize junior golfers recruiting and scholarship opportunities. Each year, thousands of dollars in college golf scholarships that go unused. Many in women’s… Continue reading →

The First Tee of Greater Sacramento Presents the Sacramento Jr/Sr Funvitational

The most popular Funvitational Jr/Sr Tournament of the year is coming to the Alister MacKenzie Golf Course on Friday, June 30, 2017 The First Tee of Greater Sacramento presents the 26th Annual Funvitational Jr/Sr on Friday, June 30, 2017. This event supports Youth Life Skills Education and will be held at the Haggin Oaks Golf… Continue reading →

Junior Golf Programs Starting Soon!

Junior Golf Programs starting soon at Haggin Oaks Golf Complex! Sign your junior golfer up for any of the great programs offered for ages 3-17! Tots on the Tee is a junior golf program designed for children ages 3 and 4. Participants will be introduced to the basic concepts of the game, athletic movements to… Continue reading →

Capital Cup Golf Tournament benefiting TFTGS

Noli Snobar, Partner at BFBA is playing in the 2016 Capital Cup Golf Tournament to Support The First Tee of Greater Sacramento.  Noli Snobar selected The First Tee of Greater Sacramento as his charity for the 2016 Capital Cup for a number of reasons. First and foremost, Noli is an avid, albeit mediocre golfer. Not… Continue reading →

Summer Junior Golf Camps Start in June

Junior Golf Camps Available All Summer at Haggin Oaks Golf Complex for All Ages For all the junior golfers in your life, summer camps are a great choice to spend the summer at Haggin Oaks! All summer camps are age designated and focus on The Nine Core Values™ of The First Tee teaching curriculum. *Purchase… Continue reading →

The First Tee of Greater Sacramento’s Sacramento Golf Hall of Fame Inducts Five

Alice Miller, Carol Jo Whitted (Callison), Judy Ghillarducci, Carol French (Slane), Noni Schneider, Rene Mondine and Mike Macaluso as 2016 Class On April 30, 2016, at 3:00PM, The First Tee of Greater Sacramento will hold the Sacramento Golf Hall of Fame & Junior Commendation Ceremony at Haggin Oaks Golf Complex. This Ceremony will include interviews… Continue reading →

Golphin Available At Haggin Oaks Golf Complex

Golphin Ltd. (golphin.com), an award-winning Scottish-based company which designs and manufactures specialized golf equipment for children, announces that its GFK line of equipment now is available for purchase at Haggin Oaks Golf Complex, in Sacramento, Calif. In the Haggin Oaks Golf Super Shop, parents, instructors, program directors and junior golfers can see and experience the… Continue reading →

Missed out on winning the historic Powerball lottery? Well here’s your chance to win $1 million dollars while supporting a great cause!

Come take part in the $1 Million Dollar Shoot-Out benefiting The First Tee of Greater Sacramento & Jessup Athletic Association at Haggin Oaks Golf Complex! Join us April 1, through April 10, 2016 at the Haggin Oaks Driving Range to qualify for the $1 million dollar shoot out. Entry fee is only $10 for 5… Continue reading →