CALIFORNIA STATE FAIR: DUMDUMAYA IS YOUNGEST WINNER IN 98 YEARS

Jaden Dumdumaya has been one of the top junior players in Northern California for several years. Today, on his third try — after just turning 16 in June — he won his biggest open amateur title with a one-shot victory at the California State Fair Amateur. He also became the youngest winner in this tournament’s 98-year history…. Continue reading →

CSU Northridge’s Blake Brothers (-10) Leads Teenager Jaden Dumdumaya By One Entering Last Day of 2022 California State Fair Golf Championship

With one of the lowest cut lines in the history of the event, this year’s 98th Annual California State Fair Golf Championship at Haggin Oaks is turning out to be a battle for the ages. And that’s saying a lot, because under the leadership of the Sacramento Golf Council, the tournament celebrates its rich history… Continue reading →

JGANC Winter Shootout Junior Championship Results

JGANC hosted their Winter Shootout Junior Championship on the Alister MacKenzie Golf Course, a par-72, 7,030-yard layout, at the Haggin Oaks Golf Complex. What is JGANC? “The Junior Golf Association of Northern California is a non-profit organization that has been creating champions since 1970. They offer a variety of fun, competitive, affordable junior golf tournaments… Continue reading →

How to Play Hole 12 at Haggin Oaks Golf Course

The MacKenzie Golf Course is an 18-hole course measuring a respectable 7,030-yards from the back tees. Hole 12 is a par 3 with a sneaky bunker just right of the green. Mike Woods is the PGA Director of Golf, one of our Morton Golf Partners, and the Morton Golf Foundation Vice President. He has been… Continue reading →

How to Play Hole 9 at Haggin Oaks Golf Course

The MacKenzie Golf Course is an 18-hole course measuring a respectable 7,030-yards from the back tees. Hole 9 is tricky par 4 with a large oak tree in the center of the fairway. Mike Woods is the PGA Director of Golf, one of our Morton Golf Partners, and the Morton Golf Foundation Vice President. He… Continue reading →

Oregon State’s Mateo Fuenmayor Shots Blistering 62 To Take Lead After Day One of California State Fair Golf Championship

For nearly a century (97 years to be exact) The California State Fair Golf Championship at the Alister MacKenzie GC at Haggin Oaks Golf Complex has been one of the oldest and most prestigious Amateur Championships in the West. Under the leadership of the Sacramento Golf Council, the tournament celebrates its rich history with previous… Continue reading →

How to Play Hole 5 at Haggin Oaks Golf Course

The MacKenzie Golf Course is an 18-hole course measuring a respectable 7030-yards from the back tees. Hole 5 is short par 4 with two bunkers. Mike Woods is the PGA Director of Golf, one of our Morton Golf Partners, and the Morton Golf Foundation Vice President. He has been with the Haggin Oaks team since… Continue reading →

How to Play Hole 15 at Haggin Oaks Golf Course

The MacKenzie Golf Course is an 18-hole course measuring a respectable 7,030-yards from the back tees. Hole 15 is a challenging hole to play with a bunker that tests most. Mike Woods is the PGA Director of Golf, one of our Morton Golf Partners, and the Morton Golf Foundation Vice President. He has been with… Continue reading →

How to Play Hole 11 at Haggin Oaks Golf Course

The MacKenzie Golf Course is an 18-hole course measuring a respectable 7,030-yards from the back tees. Hole 11 is notoriously the hardest to play with a whopping distance of 631-yards! This par 5 is the longest hole on the course. Mike Woods is the PGA Director of Golf, one of our Morton Golf Partners, and… Continue reading →

A Brief History on Haggin Oaks’ Course Architect – Dr. Alister Mackenzie

With it being Masters Week, we want to take a look at the man who not only designed the immaculate course being played but dive into the history of his design influences which have shaped golf course architecture. Dr. Alister Mackenzie (1870-1934) is one of the world’s most renowned golf architects. His interest in design… Continue reading →