Adaptive Golf

The Northern California Institute of Golf at Haggin Oaks is Proud to Host Some of the Finest Adaptive Golf Programs in the Country!

California Eagle Program

The California Eagle program is held every Tuesday evening from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM between the months of April and September at the Haggin Oaks Golf Complex. The program originated in 1985, only having ten athletes participate. Currently the program supports over 100 athletes annually, with varying special needs. The group is divided up into five smaller groups and rotate to different stations each week, learning all parts of the game. *Please note registration is through The First Tee of Greater Sacramento.

Golf For Health Program

The Golf Fore Health Program, previously known as Saving Strokes (ran by the American Heart Association) consists of two nine-week sessions during the months of May, June, September, and October.  The class spends most of its time on the golf course (on Wednesday mornings from 10:45 AM to 12:15 PM), which makes the learning process even more fun and engaging.  Participants come to the class with varying experience, so whether you are a brand new golfer or one who has been playing for years there is a space for you!  *To register please call the Northern California Institute of Golf at 916-808-2531 or CLICK HERE.

PGA HOPE

PGA HOPE (Helping Our Patriots Everywhere) is a golf program for Veterans.  It falls under the PGA Reach umbrella, which is the charitable foundation of the PGA of America.  This is a six week program in which Veterans of all abilities are welcome to join.  Weeks one through four are spent working on specific areas of the game (example: putting, chipping, pitching and full swing).  The remaining two weeks ae spent playing on course, with there being a luncheon after play on the sixth week.  *Please note registration is through the Northern California Section of the PGA.

Adaptive Vehicles

We are extremely happy to say we have four Adaptive Vehicles at Haggin Oaks.  Two are Solo Riders, which is for a golfer who may have some use of their legs and/or upper body and two are Paramobile vehicles, which are geared toward those with less mobility.  They can be rented and reserved when making a tee time to play.