Learn how to conquer the Double Cross at Arcade Creek Golf Course, Friday June 24, 2016 at 7:30am – 8:30am
Conquer the double cross with Joe Lukawski and Ed Adams! This special course will give participants the chance to learn and practice the basic fundamentals of playing the tricky shots faced on this dynamic hole, including downhill lies. This course will be held on the 18th hole of Arcade Creek Golf Course. Practice hitting shots over the “chasm of doom” and onto the green. Limited space, sign up now!
Date: Friday, June 24, 2016
Time: 7:30am – 8:30am
Place: 18th Hole of Arcade Creek Golf Course
Limited to 20 participants. Call the Haggin Oaks Golf Concierge at 916-808-2531 for more information.
The Arcade Creek Golf Course is a relatively flat layout designed and built to be friendly to every skill level. The front nine was opened to the public in 1952 with the back nine opening two years later in 1954. The course can still be played as either a nine-hole track or 18-hole regulation round which makes it ideal for beginners, walkers and leagues.
Arcade Creek does run through the course, but rarely poses too much in the way of an obstacle. The whole intention of Arcade Creek Golf Course is to ease beginners into the game by placing the middle tees at a relatively short 6552 yards and making all of the greens large and accessible even for those who have trouble getting the ball airborne.
As with the MacKenzie track, the Arcade Creek course is nicely framed by beautiful heritage oaks and is a great escape from the noise and commotion of the city. Once you’re off the first tee and into your game, you’ll find yourself in an oasis of peace and tranquility in this island among freeways. There are no houses on the course which ensures the completeness of your escape.
Haggin Oaks Golf Complex is located at 3645 Fulton Ave in Sacramento. Call 916-808-2531 to sign up!