Bob Lunn, Bob E Smith, Dick Lotz, Frank Minch, Jr., and Frank Minch, Sr. Named as 2015 Class
On Saturday, April 25, 2015, at 3:00 pm, The First Tee of Greater Sacramento will hold the Sacramento Golf Hall of Fame & Junior Commendation Ceremony at the Haggin Oaks Golf Complex on the ESPN 1320 Game Improvement Stage. This Ceremony will include interviews and profiles of the 2015 Sacramento Golf Hall of Fame Class and a commendation of all The First Tee of Greater Sacramento high school seniors that have been active participants in The First Tee. The Sacramento Golf Hall of Fame Induction and Junior Commendation Ceremony are free and open for the public to attend.
The First Tee of Greater Sacramento Golf Hall of Fame recognizes those individuals that have had an everlasting impact on the landscape of golf in and around Sacramento. Tour players, club professionals, media personnel, great amateur players and volunteers make up this unique list. Former inductees include Bob Eastwood, Al Geiberger, Scott McCarron, Kevin Sutherland, Natalie Gulbis and over two dozen more.
The First Tee of Greater Sacramento is one of The First Tee’s largest chapters and a leader in the field of programs for teens and those with disabilities. The chapter has 15 program locations in the region, and supports children as young as 3 until they reach college. With more than 30 years of history, the chapter has touched the lives of countless young people in the Sacramento area, instilling The First Tee Nine Core Values™ (Honesty, Integrity, Sportsmanship, Respect, Confidence, Responsibility, Perseverance, Courtesy and Judgment) and The First Tee Nine Healthy Habits™ (Energy, Play, Safety, Vision, Mind, Family, Friends, School, and Community).
The First Tee of Greater Sacramento provides programs designed for specific skill levels that allow young people to advance toward greater mastery of golf. But the central purpose extends far beyond hitting a ball onto a green and into the hole. It’s well established rules of etiquette and emphasis on sportsmanship-like conduct along with the high-level of hand-eye coordination required to play competently, provides an ideal backdrop to practicing self-discipline, setting goals and learning to respect others.
For more information about Sacramento Golf Hall of Fame, visit –www.sacramentogolfhalloffame.com