Jeremy McCarthy of California Eagles Featured on Good Day Sacramento

LIVE from Good Day Sacramento on Sunday, 6/26/2022. Molly from Good Day Sacramento Interviewed Coach Jeremy “JP” McCarthy & his Playing partner Tom Corlett regarding their 1st Place GOLD WIN this month in golf at the Special Olympics USA Summer Games which is held every 4 years. Jeremy hit several golf balls on the range… Continue reading →

Karl & Karen Brookhyser Enjoy Haggin Oaks as Often as Possible

Karl & Karen Brookhyser enjoys Haggin Oaks putting green, great weather, and fun times putting a few times a week. The brother/ sister duo both enjoy golf and no better place to feel safe and enjoy the afternoons than Haggin Oaks Golf Complex. Karl has been a member of the First Tee – Greater Sacramento,… Continue reading →

Employee Spotlight: Dick McShane

Dick McShane started his golf career at Haggin Oaks on September 14th, 1981. He has been a huge influence with juniors, adults, and seniors. In 1984, Dick McShane along with Susan Abrams started a program at Haggin Oaks called California Eagles. The program consists of junior and adults with disabilities and is still going strong… Continue reading →

Special Honor for Special Olympian Jeremy McCarthy

Jeremy McCarthy of the First Tee California Eagles Group receives Special Olympics Honor On Tuesday, August 31st, 2021 Special Olympics of Northern California surprised Jeremy McCarthy and Tom Corlett with an invite to the Special Olympic Games USA in Orlando, FL in June, 2022. The pair has participated in the Northern California Alternate Shot Competition… Continue reading →

Sign up your team for Putting Party for a Cause

This September 15, the Morton Golf Foundation will be hosting its annual putting party at the Haggin Oaks Golf Complex. The putting party event provides an opportunity for golfers and nongolfers to raise money for charity. This evening will feature food, music, and a shotgun putting tournament that is known affectionately as, “The Putting Party.”… 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 →

A Letter from the President of The Morton Golf Foundation

Today’s article is brought to us from Tom Morton, President of Morton Golf Foundation. The Morton Golf Foundation, now in its fourth year, has a vision to enrich the lives of the less fortunate through the great game of golf. Our Mission is to provide funds to programs offering a healthy outdoor recreational environment that stresses the… Continue reading →

Golf with the California Eagles as a Way to Give Back

Today’s blog article is written by Morton Golf Foundation member and volunteer, Todd Bollenbach. Golf has been a part of my business life with peers and clients for several years now.   Additionally, golf has always been a way for me to spend quality time with my friends.   It is a game that allows… Continue reading →

The California Eagles Program at Haggin Oaks Has the Power to Change Lives

I recently watched this amazing public service announcement from the Special Olympics and their golf program. It is called, Susie’s Story: “Speechless” and it reminded me of our own California Eagles program that we sponsor here at the Haggin Oaks Golf Complex. The California Eagles at Haggin Oaks is a golf program for athletes of… Continue reading →

The California Eagles

Today’s blog entry was written by Morton Golf’s Kelli Corlett, Junior & Disabled Golf Program Director at Haggin Oaks, and first appeared in the Morton Golf Foundation’s Annual Review. What is the first thought that comes to mind when you think of golf?  Many would respond, “Tiger Woods, Annika Sorenstam, Augusta National, Pebble Beach, Titleist, or… Continue reading →