The Story Behind Local Golfer Louie Euer

There are so many people over the years who have helped out Louie Euer in golf. There is Bud Perkins and Dale Smith at Diamond Oaks Golf Course in Roseville. There is Angie Dixon, Executive Director, and Megan Fidler, Director of Competitive Activities, of First Tee – Greater Sacramento. There is the Morton Golf Foundation…. Continue reading →

Sacramento Region Golfers Sign Letters of Intent for the 2022 School Year!

It’s been a fantastic year for Hannah Harrison and Anika Varma, with the two golfers accomplishing so much in the game. Harrison qualified for the U.S. Girls’ Junior and played in the U.S. Golf Association event in July at Columbia Country Club in Chevy Chase, Maryland. She also represented First Tee – Greater Sacramento at… Continue reading →

The Story Behind Golf Professional, Aaron Beverly

It’s the one phone call that Aaron Beverly wishes he could have made. It’s the one conversation that he wishes he could have had with the one person who was beside him every step of the way – through junior golf, high school and college golf, and now as a professional. Beverly wanted to express… Continue reading →

A Look into the Granite Bay High School Girls Golf Team

Jason Sitterud didn’t say a whole lot during a practice round for the Granite Bay High School girls team at Poppy Hills Golf Course on Monday. He didn’t say much at a team dinner later that day. What he did tell his team is simply this: Just enjoy the experience. “They relaxed,” said Sitterud, the… Continue reading →

The Story Behind Pro USA Footgolfer, Nick Wallace

Sports were big for Nick Wallace as a youth and in high school at McClatchy in Sacramento. He went year-round, season to season, playing soccer, basketball, and baseball. He went on to play soccer in college, both at Cosumnes River College in Sacramento and then at San Francisco State. He took his game to another… Continue reading →

The Story Behind Sacramento Golf Councilman, Rudy Danzinger

Rudy Danzinger didn’t know a thing about golf when he was growing up in his hometown of Cincinnati. He didn’t know anybody in the area that played golf. He didn’t know where any of the courses were located. All of that changed for Danzinger when he left town, headed west, and ended up in the… Continue reading →

The Story Behind Sacramento Women’s Golf Club with Jean Taylor

Take it from Jean Taylor. It’s never too late to take up golf. “You can play it later in life. But it does take work,” said Taylor. “I took it up late in life, and that’s why I appreciate golf.” Taylor turned to golf after playing a lot of tennis – a combination of Sacramento… Continue reading →