Last Chance to Register for the 8th Annual ACE Golf Tournament

Time to Change a Life ACE Enterprise’s approach to educating, motivating, and inspiring young underserved male youth of color to succeed and become productive members of society is unique and unlike any other organization with similar goals. The program’s goal is to turn underserved youth into students that consciously accept responsibility for their personal future… Continue reading →

Top 4 Craziest ILLEGAL Golf Clubs

The USGA creates rules and regulations for golf equipment. These regulations restrict the designs and elements that manufacturers can create. However, some individuals and companies come up with golf clubs that are non-conforming to USGA regulations and therefore, illegal in professional play. We found some of the craziest and most unique non-conforming clubs on this… Continue reading →

Through Natural Disaster Bore Haggin Oaks Golf Super Shop

The Little Book of Big Golf Promotions “Chapter 2” Published: January 1, 2006 by Ken Morton, Jr. The ultimate power of promotions was told through a sequence of events at the golf complex I’ve been honored to represent for nearly all of my life. The facility is the Haggin Oaks Golf Course. Built-in 1932, this… Continue reading →

How to Design a Golf Club from Start to Finish

Have you ever been curious about the design process behind the golf clubs in your bag? How do clubs continue to make incremental improvements year after year? These questions and more will be answered, as we go through the design behind creating a golf putter. This process, we are experiencing first hand, as we work… Continue reading →

The Story Behind U.S. Marine and Golf Professional, Andrew Wilson

There are so many people that Andrew Wilson looks up to and admires in golf. There’s his grandfather, Herbert Colburn. He is the one who introduced Andrew to the game and taught him how to play. Also, when he was 10 and 11 years old, Andrew caddied for his grandfather at Orchards Golf Club in… Continue reading →

Weekly Recap: Last Chance to Buy Golf & Guitars Tickets

In case you missed it… here is everything you need to know from this past week! Catch up on this week’s local golf news: Golf & Guitars is finally HERE! Tickets are still available to purchase online or in-shop at Haggin Oaks! You don’t want to miss this exciting event! Attention all Footgolfers: It’s the… Continue reading →

Introducing the New Mizuno T-22 Wedges and ST-G 220 Driver

T-22 Wedges T-22 WEDGE FEATURES FORGED IN HIROSHIMA JAPAN One-piece Grain Flow Forged HD Boron at Mizuno’s iconic facility in Hiroshima, Japan – where Mizuno irons have been produced since 1968. SOFT COPPER UNDERLAY A microlayer of copper beneath Nickel Chrome – for an extra millisecond of control at impact. MODIFIED TEARDROP A slightly more… Continue reading →

Introducing the New Callaway APEX Utility Wood

Tour-Inspired Versatility & Power, Apex UW is a high-performance Utility Wood that Tour players love. This unique design combines the best features of higher-lofted fairway woods, the best features of hybrids, and a more neutral ball flight. Using direct feedback from world-class pros like Phil Mickelson, Xander Schauffele, and Akshay Bhatia to name a few,… Continue reading →

How to Play Hole 9 at Haggin Oaks Golf Course

The MacKenzie Golf Course is an 18-hole course measuring a respectable 7,030-yards from the back tees. Hole 9 is tricky par 4 with a large oak tree in the center of the fairway. Mike Woods is the PGA Director of Golf, one of our Morton Golf Partners, and the Morton Golf Foundation Vice President. He… Continue reading →