Hosel Rockets Podcast #27 – Executive Director of the Morton Golf Foundation – Jane Siebers

In episode 27 of the Hosel Rockets Podcast, Ken Morton, Jr. talks with the executive director for the Morton Golf Foundation. The Morton Golf Foundation is a non-profit organization that helps youth, the disabled, and underserved members of the Sacramento community through golf programs and fundraising. Their mission is to enrich the lives of the… Continue reading →

Tom Morton plays in the 2021 Villara Capital Cup for the Morton Golf Foundation

We are so lucky to have Tom Morton, President of Morton Golf Foundation commit for the second year in a row to play in the 2021 Villara Capital Cup this September 24 – 26, 2021. This is a 3-day golf tournament as Tom joins 32 other fellow Sacramento business leaders to raise funds for local… Continue reading →

Morton Golf Foundation Sponsors Youth on Course Golf Program

Youth on Course was founded in 2006 as a charitable arm of the Northern California Golf Association. The core purpose of YOC has been to provide youth ages 6 – 18 with access to life-changing opportunities through golf.  This non-profit subsidizes rounds of golf at over 1,400+ golf courses nationwide. They also provide $250,000.00 annually… Continue reading →

Morton Golf Foundation Awards 20 College Scholarships

Every year Morton Golf Foundation sends out a college scholarship application to all golf coaches and athletic directors within a 50 miles radius of Haggin Oaks. We ask that they forward this to any graduating high school senior they know that meets the scholarship requirements.   This year Morton Golf Foundation just awarded 20 graduating high school… Continue reading →

The Story Behind Darla May Dela Torre

There is so much that Darla May Dela Torre remembers from playing in the U.S. Women’s Amateur Four-Ball Championship, a national event at Maridoe Golf Club in Carrollton, Texas in late April. It was seeing her name next to her spot on the driving range. It was hearing her name announced by the starter before… Continue reading →