Tom Morton Receives Award on Behalf of Haggin Oaks & Morton Golf Foundation In May Tom Morton, of Haggin Oaks & Morton Golf Foundation, received the first-ever PGA HOPE Award. Not just the first HOPE award for Haggin Oaks, but the first ever HOPE award given to anyone! What is PGA HOPE? Before talking about… Continue reading →
The Villara Capital Cup Fundraiser was held on October 7, 8 & 9, 2022. For the 3rd year in a row Tom Morton, President of Morton Golf Foundation agreed to represent Morton Golf Foundation by playing & fundraising in the 8th Annual Villara Capital Cup fundraiser. This event had a total of 32 business leaders… Continue reading →
We are excited to announce that registration is now open for the PGA Junior Golf Camps 2022 summer season! We encourage you to register early to guarantee your child’s spot. Meet the Instructors To be the best, you must learn from the best. That’s why every junior golf camp instructor has been trained and tested… Continue reading →
With another year in the books, we want to highlight some of our favorite moments of 2021! Let’s start off with a big one… Toptracer Range was installed at Haggin Oaks Driving Range! The front of the range is now equipped with Toptracer monitors and technology to enhance the driving range experience for all golfers… Continue reading →
This is the 2nd year in a row that Tom Morton, President of Morton Golf Foundation had agreed to represent Morton Golf Foundation by playing in the 7th Annual Villara Capital Cup fundraiser. This event, held September 24-26, had a total of 32 business people playing a Ryder Cup format over a 3 day period…. Continue reading →
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 →
Did you know that how you grip the golf club has a major impact on the trajectory of the ball? But how should you grip it?
One of the biggest issues golfers have is not being consistent with where they make contact with the ground otherwise known as the “swing bottom.”
Morton Golf’s Haggin Oaks Golf Super Shop is thrilled to announce that our very own PGA Golf Professional and VP of Player Performance Tom Morton has been named by the Northern California Professional Golfers’ Association as the 2020 Merchandiser of the Year for Public Courses.
When it comes to bettering your golf game, learning as effectively as possible is important to make progress quickly. And when it comes to learning WELL, here are 3 tips to increase your learning!