February Dirty Dozen Sale at Haggin Oaks, Bing Maloney and Online at MortonGolfSales.com

Get the best deals on golf equipment from PING, Nike, TaylorMade and more when you shop our Dirty Dozen Golf Sale at Haggin Oaks, Bing Maloney or online at www.MortonGolfSales.com.  This month, we have Nike Mens and Women’s Victory Polos on sale 2 for $75, regularly $50 each. Are you someone who is just getting started… Continue reading →


PowerBilt has once again teamed up with the Morton Golf Foundation in Sacramento, in donating to a scholarship program for young Northern Californian golfers. Both parties co-established this program in 2011. This year, each of them donated $15,000 that will be collectively awarded to 24 current high-school seniors in the Sacramento area who are heading… Continue reading →

PowerBilt’s New Countess Clubs Hit The Sweet Spot For A Lady’s Complete Set

Golf veterans are familiar with the Countess brand from PowerBilt. Introduced in 1968, this lady’s set of clubs quickly became known for quality and value. Today, PowerBilt is introducing a contemporary version of the Countess at a price that truly hits a sweet spot. For $399.99 MSRP, the buyer gets a complete set: A driver… Continue reading →

PowerBilt Demo Day

Join us at the Haggin Oaks Golf Course on Saturday, September 7th from 9am to 2pm for our PowerBilt Demo Day and hit the amazing AirForce One DF (Deep Face) Driver! Manufacturer representatives will be on hand with a FlightScope Launch Monitor to provide FREE Driver Optimiziation to let you check out what PowerBilt has… Continue reading →

Five Sacramento Area High School Seniors Eligible For 2012 PowerBilt HB Scholarships Through Morton Golf Foundation

In an effort to recognize children that have gone through any Northern California Golf Association, First Tee Of Golf Sacramento (or SAY Golf program) or high school golf program or worked at a golf facility and assist them with their higher education needs, the Morton Golf Foundation and PowerBilt’s HB Scholarship Foundation will provide five… Continue reading →