Haggin Oaks Golf Super Shop Team To Live Blog This Month’s PGA Merchandise Show

Since 2011, America’s most awarded golf complex has shared the largest industry golf show in the world with their golfers. last year, more than 12,000 golfers followed. With a team of ten staff members going back to the PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando next week, the Haggin Oaks Golf Super Shop team has decided to… Continue reading →

Ken Morton Sr., TaylorMade M1 Driver, Knuth Golf High Heat Driver Among ING Industry Honors Winners

PGA Professional Ken Morton, Sr., TaylorMade’s M1 Driver and Knuth Golf’s High Heat Driver were among the winners in the 23rd edition of the ING Industry Honors, announced at the PGA Merchandise Show. Called by many the “Academy Awards of the Golf Industry,” the ING Industry Honors program recognizes outstanding achievement in the golf business…. Continue reading →

Haggin Oaks Of Sacramento, California Joins The National Golf Buyers Association

“I’m very pleased to announce that Haggin Oaks, one of the legends in the golf business for decades, has joined the NGBA and its affiliated independently owned and operated Golf Headquarters stores,”said Executive Director Lee Clapp. “I’ve known Ken Morton Sr. for many years and I really enjoyed my recent visit with him and Ken… Continue reading →

A Brief History of the Haggin Oaks Golf Expo as 2015 Marks the 40th Anniversary of “America’s Largest Demo Days”

2015 Marks the 40th Anniversary of the Haggin Oaks Golf Expo which has always been free to the public to attend. The dates for the 2015 Haggin Oaks Golf Expo are Friday, April 24 – Sunday, April 26 from 9 to 5 daily. Here is a brief history of the Golf Expo. THEN – 1975… Continue reading →

Fulton Avenue Association recognized our own Ken Morton, Sr. founder of Morton Golf

During the First Annual Founders Dinner, the Fulton Avenue Association honored our own Ken Morton, Sr. along with two other amazing individuals. In late September, the Fulton Avenue Association hosted their First Founders Dinner to honor three incredible individuals who have owned and operated businesses on Fulton Avenue for over 40 years. Ken Morton, Sr. founder… Continue reading →

A History on Local Sacramento-Area Golf Courses

Today’s blog entry is brought to us by Ken Morton, Sr., CEO of Morton Golf and PGA Master Professional. Sacramento’s first golf course was constructed by a board called Sacramento Country Club. It was nine holes and named “New Golf Links”. It opened in 1902 and closed in 1904. It had a clubhouse and was… Continue reading →

2014 PGA Merchandise Show – Live Blog Coverage

Stay informed with the latest news and product introductions with our coverage of the 2014 PGA Merchandise Show! The team from Morton Golf is back in Orlando this week for the 2014 for the PGA Merchandise Show. Our team is looking forward to providing LIVE blog coverage for the fourth straight year for the entire… Continue reading →

Live Blog Coverage from the 2013 PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando, Florida

The team from Morton Golf is back in Orlando this week for the 2013 PGA Merchandise Show. Our team of fourteen is dedicated to providing LIVE blog coverage for the entire four days of the 2013 PGA Merchandise Show, including the Demo Day on Wednesday, January 23rd. We’ll be walking the convention showroom floor to… Continue reading →

Live Coverage of the 2012 PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando, continued

The team from Morton Golf is back in Orlando this week for the 2012 PGA Merchandise Show. Nearly 1000 vendors will be on the showroom floor and our team will be on hand to shop the newest trends and find the best cutting-edge gear in the golf industry. This is YOUR chance to get an… Continue reading →

Live Coverage from the 2012 PGA Show in Orlando, Florida

The team from Morton Golf is back in Orlando this week for the 2012 PGA Merchandise Show. Nearly 1000 vendors will be on the showroom floor and our team will be on hand to shop the newest trends and find the best cutting-edge gear in the golf industry. This is YOUR chance to get an… Continue reading →