The 4th Annual Adult Sacramento Golf Marathon “100 Holes of Golf”

The Sacramento Golf Marathon was created to help raise money to fund junior golf grants given to junior golfers between the ages of 8 – 18. These grants provide financial support for families to help junior players learn to compete, develop skills, enhance core values and build lasting relationships through the game of golf. On… Continue reading →

Play 100 Holes of Golf During the Sacramento Golf Marathon

The annual Sacramento Golf Marathon, benefiting the Morton Golf Foundation, is coming to the Arcade Creek Golf Course at Haggin Oaks on Monday, November 13, 2017. The Sacramento Golf Marathon is a fun and easy way to raise money to support youth, disabled and underserved in the Sacramento area.  Funds raised by this event will support… Continue reading →

Morton Golf Foundation’s 2017 Sacramento Golf Marathon Huge Success

On Monday, November 14, 2016, seven adults played 100 Holes of Golf in a fundraiser for the Morton Golf Foundation known as the Sacramento Golf Marathon.  The Sacramento Golf Marathon was created in 2014 to raise money to fund junior golf grants. These grants are given out to Sacramento area junior golfers between the ages of… Continue reading →

Sacramento Golf Marathon Raises Money for Morton Golf Foundation

Sacramento Golf Marathon “100 Holes of Golf” Greg Perry plays catch up . . . Last Monday, December 14, 2015, ten brave souls played over “100 Holes of Golf” to raise money for local youth, disabled and underserved through Morton Golf Foundation (MGF). Greg Perry, Morton Golf Foundation (MGF) Board Member, was unable to play on that… Continue reading →

First Annual Sacramento Golf Marathon was a Huge Success

On Monday, January 12th, 7 golfers braved the fog and cold and played “100 Holes of Golf” for donations to benefit the Morton Golf Foundation. The 7 players raised over $14,000.00 and their donations came from all around the globe.   We are all so proud to say that these proceeds will be given to local… Continue reading →