There is a lot that has changed for Patrick Raber since his days of playing on the golf team at Christian Brothers High School in Sacramento. Raber was 160 pounds when he was competing in matches for the Falcons. He is now 6-foot-2 and 245 pounds. He is also driving the ball much, much farther… Continue reading →
David Sutherland has the Sacramento State women’s golf team on top in the Big Sky Conference. As head coach, he guided the Hornets to the title at the Big Sky Championship in April, the team’s third conference crown in four years. From there, they advanced to the NCAA Stanford Regional, finishing in 13th place in… Continue reading →
Chef Blanca Martinez remembers her grandmother, Simona Martinez, waking up each day at 3 a.m. and going right to work, cooking early for those who worked in the fields of San Salvador, the capital of El Salvador, in Central America. Blanca remembers this because she was close by at the age of 6 – looking… Continue reading →
Shari Roeseler is so grateful and appreciative for all the support that the Morton Golf Foundation provides for Society For The Blind and the organization’s youth golf program. Grants from the Morton Golf Foundation, founded in 2010, enable Society For The Blind to put on golf clinics for children and youth who are blind or… Continue reading →
by Frank LaRosa, Golf to Go Gary Gerould, the celebrated radio announcer for the Sacramento Kings, and I are extremely fortunate to have been named Honorary Members of the El Macero Country Club located on the other side of the Causeway from Sacramento. We have teed it up numerous times and very much enjoy the… Continue reading →
There are so many organizations, programs and groups from around the Sacramento area that receive support and assistance each year from Morton Golf Management. There are programs that are available to both juniors and adults, as well as those who are disabled. According to its website, www.mortongolfmanagement.com: “With the largest player development and lesson program… Continue reading →
David Arroyo began to get more involved in golf when he saw that his daughter, Elene, had a pretty good game at a very young age. “My daughter had a great swing, so I got into it,” Arroyo said. He was there to help and support and do all he could for both Elene and… Continue reading →
Sam Sommerhauser was 12 years old when his parents, Dave and Stacey Sommerhauser, dropped him off for a golf lesson one day with Philip Dawson at Morgan Creek Golf Club in Roseville.
In 2010, two years before she retired from her job in human resources at Sutter Health, Debbie Moreno picked up the phone and called the Haggin Oaks Golf Complex in Sacramento.
It was the Orlando Minority Youth Golf Association, a nonprofit organization in Florida that was founded in 1991 by T.J. Dorsey, that gave Ashleigh McLaughlin her start in golf.