It was a big week for college golf. The El Macero Classic and the Fresno State Classic took place this past week! Find out the results from both tournaments and see how our Sacramento Golfers performed. Highlighted here is the top local news from the third week of April. WOMEN’S GOLF PLACES FOURTH, KOGA TIES… Continue reading →
Sacramento has proven to be a hotbed of golf for almost as long as the game is old. Proof of that fact is the incredible legacy that the several dozen individuals inducted into Sacramento’s Golf Hall of Fame. The First Tee of Greater Sacramento’s Sacramento Golf Hall of Fame recognizes those individuals that had an… Continue reading →
“Why is Golf Dying?” is one of the most Google searched golf questions. In some ways it is a valid question. Since 2006, an incredibly large amount of golf courses have closed in the United States. However, the sport saw record numbers of rounds played in 2020 according to the National Golf Foundation, while many… Continue reading →
With golf back in “full swing” in the beginning of 2021, we wanted to share some of the best stories that we have seen so far with our awesome Sacramento golfers.
The Haggin Oaks and Morton Golf family regretfully announces the loss of longtime employee and Sacramento Golf Club volunteer Sy Wahab.
The Sacramento Golf Council proudly announces the results of the 85th Annual Sacramento City Women’s Golf Championship.
We are happy to announce that we have officially opened up enrollment to our Junior Golf Summer Programs. We have modifications in place to ensure everyone’s safety and comfort. Each session will be limited to six students to keep social distancing and safety protocols in place. We have added additional sessions to do our best… Continue reading →
New Tee Times Open 48 Hours in Advance at Haggin Oaks on the Alister MacKenzie Golf Course and Arcade Creek Golf Courses Tee times have been difficult to get in recent weeks without planning far in advance. As most recreational activities have closed their doors, golf in Sacramento has remained one of the few activities… Continue reading →
John Schumacher’s career in newspapers began at a very early age in life – years before he went away to college, to San Diego State to study journalism.
This weekly feature is all about you – your stories, your special accomplishments, your tournament results, and your golf news! This week we feature articles about whether or not it is safe to play golf amid the current concerns around coronavirus, updates on local and college golf and more.