The V.I.P. Experience
The 2-day fundraising event started off Monday evening, October 17th with the Singer/Songwriter Night with over 450 golfers and VIP guests in attendance.
16 Morton Golf Foundation Scholarships
The evening kicked off by honoring the Morton Golf Foundation’s 16 Scholarship winners as everyone in the room acknowledged their past achievements & wished them well into their future.
The Song Suffragettes
The night continued on as the Song Suffragettes from Nashville, TN entertained everyone with their musical talent.
Golf & Guitars October 18th Kickoff
We were off & running early the next morning, Tuesday, October 18th with our charity golf tournament. Each foursome of golfers was paired with a Country Artist to play in this scramble event.
Golf & Guitars October 18th Tournament
We caught up with Jason Michael Carroll as he prepared to tee off, having fun with his team of family and friends. He even stopped to take pictures with a few fans!
Scott Thomas, Parmalee’s drummer, kept it cool and casual with shades as he skyrocketed his first hit, which was a very good one we might add.
William Johnson owner of Red’s Pizza Rocklin served complimentary pizzas for Ryan Hurd and other golfers.
Foursomes of country music stars, non-profits & V.I.Ps showcased their golf skills out on the Alister Mackenzie course.
Steve Mendiola – $5,000 – St. Jude
Lydia Dall – $5,000 – Next for Autism
Conner Smith – $4,000 – Show Hope
Chris Roberts – $2,000 – Valor Collegiate Academy
Adam Wakefield – $2,000 – National Coalition Against Domestic Violence
Kaylin Roberson – $2,000 – Live For Tay Foundation
Golfers and non-golfers alike came out to support the tournament.
The Golf & Guitars Fore-Teen Concert
The concert kicked off with 20 local junior golfers and adults with disabilities from the California Eagles, a First Tee of Greater Sacramento program, holding a 1-hour raffle to support their program. They raised more money this year in this 1-hour raffle than any other year!
The Golf & Guitars Silent Auction
The silent auction included guitars signed by country legends, baseball paraphernalia, artwork, and many other notable items to help fundraise for the Morton Golf Foundation.