In case you missed it… here is everything you need to know from this past week!
Tanner Makimoto won the The California State Fair Men’s Mid-Amateur Championship (formerly State Fair Masters Championship).
On Wednesday, August 24th at 6:30 pm, groups of people will gather at The Tap House at Bartley Cavanaugh Golf Course for Trivia Night — a chance to hang out with friends, showcase knowledge of random facts, win some great prizes, and munch on a few tasty treats from the special Tap House menu.
What music do bees like? Bee-bop, Bee-thoven, Bee-yoncé, The Bee-tles, Bee-stie Boys, Cros-bee, Stills, Nash & Young, or Justin Bee-ber? They may like “Sting” but they’re more partial to the Killer Beez who will perform at Music On The Green in William Land Golf Course on September 8th at 6 pm.
You can start with the Tour V5 Shift Patriot Pack Rangefinder, which has Size, speed, and accuracy evolved with a new generation of tech—featuring PinSeeker with Visual JOLT, BITE Magnetic Mount, and next-level clarity and brightness.
Jeff Butler, a Sacramento-area player, secured a spot in the 41st U.S. Mid-Amateur Championship by advancing in a qualifier in early August at Serrano Country Club in El Dorado Hills.
Chet Pallach has been a Golf Club Repair Tech for the past 9 years at Haggin Oaks Golf Complex.