Now in her early 90’s, Peggy Dodds has remarkably given almost SEVEN DECADES of volunteer work for junior golf tournaments here in the Sacramento region. She took the reins in the early 1980’s from another Sacramento Golf Hall of Famer Irene Kaminsky on the Sacramento City Junior Golf Championship and has run the prestigious golf… Continue reading →
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 →
Sam Sommerhauser was 12 years old when his parents, Dave and Stacey Sommerhauser, dropped him off for a golf lesson one day with Philip Dawson at Morgan Creek Golf Club in Roseville.
Golf is loved by people of all ages. It is something many golfers take for granted. Golf is truly a game that you can play your entire life.
In 2010, two years before she retired from her job in human resources at Sutter Health, Debbie Moreno picked up the phone and called the Haggin Oaks Golf Complex in Sacramento.
It was the Orlando Minority Youth Golf Association, a nonprofit organization in Florida that was founded in 1991 by T.J. Dorsey, that gave Ashleigh McLaughlin her start in golf.
It’s a view that Dave Ohlsen treasures. It’s a view that never gets old.
The golfers who regularly show up to play every Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, right at 10 a.m., at the Haggin Oaks Golf Complex’s Arcade Creek Golf Course in Sacramento, are with The Homer Group.
Mike Dyson arrives at work at the Haggin Oaks Golf Complex in Sacramento each day right at 6 a.m.
He was known around the Haggin Oaks Golf Complex in Sacramento as “The Slammer” and “Big Al from Northern Cal.”