In case you missed it… here is everything you need to know from this past week!
Tuesday – DAVID OXLEY MEMORIAL AT DIAMOND OAKS
Gold Country Media recently released an article about the David Oxley Memorial At Diamond Oaks tournament which happened on Monday June 13, 2022.
Boys 7- 9 yrs.
Come and find out how much fun the game of golf can be. Golf is a sport that can be played for a lifetime. It has no limits on your age. Just learn the game and start the fun.
Congratulations to champion Reese Sato, a rising senior at Vista del Lago High School, with a 7 under score of 137. Finishing in second place was Casey Leebrick, having just completed his junior at Sacramento State, with a score of 6 under 138. Tied for 3rd Place, Zachery Pollo & Zachary Matzke shot 5 under for a 139.
Reese Sato, Casey Leebrick, and Zachary Matzke were the top three contestants for the 101st Annual Sacramento City Men’s Golf Championship Round #1 & #2. The tournament was contested at the Alister MacKenzie Golf Course at the Haggin Oaks Golf Complex on Saturday and Sunday, June 11-12, 2022.
Thursday – NCGA Youth On Course
Ashleigh McLaughlin, the Vice President of Communications & Marketing for NCGA Youth on Course, got her start in golf through an organization in Florida, the Orlando Minority Youth Golf Association.
Friday – Pro Pick: The Titleist Pro V1
Although it seems easy, picking the right golf ball can be a challenge. The engineering that goes into the the core, mantle and the cover may be different for each brand. Not to mention, many other components that go into golf ball design.
Saturday – Staff Profile: PJ Graham, Volunteer
I’m Paul Graham, but my friends call me PJ. I was born and raised in Chicago and will turn 60 this July. I married my High School sweetheart (Debbie) for 40 years. We have three children and two grandkids. I served in the US Air Force for over nine years as a Fire Protection Specialist and Recruiter.
“She delighted in her time working at Haggin Oaks Golf Course pro shop for more than 20 years and annually organized fund raising for First Tee golfing program.”- Legacy.com