Sacramento Golf Marathon Raises Money for Morton Golf Foundation

Sacramento Golf Marathon “100 Holes of Golf” Greg Perry plays catch up . . . Last Monday, December 14, 2015, ten brave souls played over “100 Holes of Golf” to raise money for local youth, disabled and underserved through Morton Golf Foundation (MGF). Greg Perry, Morton Golf Foundation (MGF) Board Member, was unable to play on that… Continue reading →

Arcade Fundamental Middle School Plants Valley Oak Trees on Haggin Oaks Golf Complex

Ms. Thacker’s 7th and 8th grade students from Arcade Fundamental Middle School plant tree seedlings as part of community service project at the Haggin Oaks Golf Complex. Last summer, Ms. Terri Thacker attended a Teacher workshop called FIT which stands for Forestry Institute for Teachers (www.forestryinstitute.org). At this workshop, she met Mike De Lasaux, a… Continue reading →

Jonathan Sparks, raises money for Special Olympics

Help Support Special Olympics’s participant, Johnathan Sparks as he is raising money to take the Polar Plunge on February 13, 2016 to raise money for Special Olympics. Participants agree to gather donations in exchange for jumping into Lake Natomas for a Polar Plunge.  Jonathan has registered as a participant & has committed to raising $2,000.00…. Continue reading →

The Morton Golf Foundation Recognizes Suzan Stroud as their 2015 Volunteer of the Year

The Morton Golf Foundation wishes to congratulate and thank Suzan Stroud for her service and dedication and awards her the Morton Golf Foundation 2015 Volunteer of the Year Award. Over 25 years ago, Suzan Stroud knew she wanted to give back to her community when she signed up to be a volunteer for the Raley’s Gold Rush… Continue reading →

Flame of Hope – Final Leg of the Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics World Summer Games

Today’s blog article is written by Jane Siebers, Marketing and Events Coordinator for the Morton Golf Foundation. What a powerful morning! On Monday, July 13, I watched from the State Capitol as the Special Olympics torch run came through Sacramento on its way to the Los Angeles Coliseum for the July 25 Opening Day of the World Summer… Continue reading →

2015 Golf and Guitars Interviews with Country Music Stars

Frank LaRosa, host of Golf to Go on ESPN 1320, interviews country artists and sponsors on the course during 2015 Golf and Guitars  The 2015 Golf and Guitars country concert, hosted at Haggin Oaks Golf Complex in Sacramento, CA, on May 18-19, 2015, raised thousands of dollars for the Morton Golf Foundation and $35,000 was also… Continue reading →

It’s Scholarship Time for the Morton Golf Foundation

In 2014, Morton Golf Foundation, along with KNCI and PowerBilt, was proud to award 26 graduating high school seniors a college scholarship to further their education. Each scholarship ranged from $500.00 up to $1,500.00 each. These scholarships were given out on stage at the annual “Golf & Guitars” Children’s Charity Concert which is the largest fundraiser… Continue reading →

First Annual Sacramento Golf Marathon was a Huge Success

On Monday, January 12th, 7 golfers braved the fog and cold and played “100 Holes of Golf” for donations to benefit the Morton Golf Foundation. The 7 players raised over $14,000.00 and their donations came from all around the globe.   We are all so proud to say that these proceeds will be given to local… Continue reading →

Zebediah Has Courage

Jane Siebers, Marketing and Events Coordinator for the Morton Golf Foundation, shares a heartwarming story of a boy, a lion and a lot of courage this holiday season. On Sunday, Dec. 7th I was lucky enough to be invited to a Christmas party that “Angels for Hearts” a non-profit that Morton Golf Foundation supports was putting on… Continue reading →

Morton Golf Foundation Puttathon Coming October 1

The Morton Golf Foundation’s big charity putting party, better known as the Puttathon, is coming to Haggin Oaks on Wednesday, October 1. The Morton Golf Foundation is a 501c3 non-profit charity that is dedicated to enriching the lives of the disabled and less-fortunate through the great game of golf. Programs such as California Eagles (the… Continue reading →