The Story Behind Local Golfer Louie Euer

There are so many people over the years who have helped out Louie Euer in golf. There is Bud Perkins and Dale Smith at Diamond Oaks Golf Course in Roseville. There is Angie Dixon, Executive Director, and Megan Fidler, Director of Competitive Activities, of First Tee – Greater Sacramento. There is the Morton Golf Foundation…. Continue reading →

Marc Engellenner Wins 100th Annual Sacramento City Golf Championship at Haggin Oaks with Blistering Second Round 62

SACRAMENTO – Marc Engellenner called it the best day of his golf career. John Nakamura (left) and Marc Engellenner (right) at the awards ceremony. “Absolutely,” he said. Engellenner had it going on Sunday at the Alister MacKenzie Golf Course, a par-72, 7,030-yard championship layout. He was long off the tee with his driver. He hit… Continue reading →

Griffin Long Leads After Day One Of 100th Annual Sacramento City Golf Championship at Haggin Oaks GC

SACRAMENTO – Griffin Long has spent a lot of time playing the Alister MacKenzie Golf Course, a par-72, 7,030-yard championship layout at the Haggin Oaks Golf Complex, over the years. “I’ve never really had a ton of success on it,” said Long, who is from nearby Davis. Some of the latest scores that he has… Continue reading →

Sacramento’s Week in Golf – September 25, 2019

Welcome to our weekly look into the Sacramento area golf scene where we focus on the local stories, hole-in-ones, tournament results and human interest pieces of everyday golfers in our local community. If you have a story suggestion or would like to submit your content or accomplishments, email Jennifer Morton at jmorton@hagginoaks.com. Rocklin’s Own Walk-On… Continue reading →

Rocklin’s Own Walk-On Champion Shows Perseverance: Sam Harned Wins Collegiate Championship

It was a tough first few weeks of college for Sam Harned, a walk-on for men’s golf at the University of Nevada, Reno. It was the start of the season for the Wolf Pack, the fall of 2015, and Sam Harned, a freshman, questioned himself and his game, saying, “I felt like I didn’t belong… Continue reading →