Weekly Recap: David Sutherland Named Big Sky Women’s Golf Coach of the Year!

In case you missed it… here is everything you need to know from this past week! Catch up on this weeks local golf news: David Sutherland Named Big Sky Women’s Golf Coach of the Year Sutherland has now won the award four consecutive times (2017-19, 21) becoming the first coach in league history to do… Continue reading →

3 Unbelievable Japanese Golf Brands!

Japan is widely regarded as one of the greatest countries for precise engineering and manufacturing. This reputation dates back hundreds of years, to Japanese sword making. Several major golf brands and companies have emerged from Japan over the years, including Mizuno, Srixon, Honma, and more. However, this article will cover 3 lesser-known brands that are… Continue reading →

A Look Into The Golf Fore Health Program

The word is getting out about “Golf Fore Health,” a program that is based at the Haggin Oaks Golf Complex in Sacramento and designed for those who have physical, mental or emotional challenges. Ken Hurdle, the lead coach for “Golf Fore Health,” is doing all he can to promote the program, which is run in… Continue reading →

Golf Shafts: Explained!

The golf shaft is an often overlooked component of any proper fitting golf bag. It’s easy to understand why. A golf head strikes the ball. The golf grip is held in your hands. Whereas, the golf shaft “just” connects between those. Nonetheless, a golf shaft is arguably the most important aspect of any golf club…. Continue reading →

Weekly Recap: Sac State Men’s Golf Team Wins Big Sky Championship!

In case you missed it… here is everything you need to know from this past week! Catch up on this weeks local golf news: Sacramento State Men’s Golf Team Wins Big Sky Championship Sacramento State claimed its fourth Big Sky Men’s Golf Championship team title in school history and led wire-to-wire en route to a… Continue reading →

The Story Behind Chef Blanca Martinez, MacKenzie’s Sports Bar & Grille’s Head Chef!

Chef Blanca Martinez remembers her grandmother, Simona Martinez, waking up each day at 3 a.m. and going right to work, cooking early for those who worked in the fields of San Salvador, the capital of El Salvador, in Central America. Blanca remembers this because she was close by at the age of 6 – looking… Continue reading →