A very special thank you to all of our Veterans, we appreciate your service and dedication!
Read the following to learn about the many programs and groups offered to our military veterans at Haggin Oaks.
PGA HOPE introduces golf to veterans with disabilities to enhance their physical, mental, social, and emotional well-being, according to its website, www.ncpgafoundation.org/hope.
“Participants of PGA HOPE programs include military veterans living with physical or cognitive challenges such as Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and amputees, among other challenges,” according to www.ncpgafoundation.org/hope.
“The Department of Veterans Affairs research and clinical experience verify that physical activity is important to maintaining good health, speeding recovery and improving the overall quality of life. For many injured veterans, adaptive sports provide their first exposure to physical activity after injury.”
“PGA HOPE programming is fully funded by the NCPGA Foundation and offered at NO COST for military veterans.”
The six-week PGA HOPE program, open to veterans of all abilities, includes instruction in putting, chipping, pitching, and full swing, as well as on-course playing.
The Northern California Institute of Golf at Haggin Oaks offers adaptive golf programs, including PGA HOPE, California Eagle Program, and Golf For Health Program. Haggin Oaks also has adaptive vehicles.
According to its website, www.ncpgafoundation.org, “The NCPGA Foundation is the 501(c)(3) charitable arm of the Northern California PGA.
The mission of the NCPGA Foundation is three-fold: To serve Veterans – Their health and their families; to provide resources to PGA members serving their communities in Northern California and Northwestern Nevada, and to grow the game of golf.”
The Northern California PGA Foundation said graduates of the PGA HOPE program each receive a PGA HOPE golf shirt and PGA HOPE ID Card.
PGA HOPE Play Days are offered twice a month, according to the Northern California PGA Foundation, at the following facilities at a discounted rate for PGA HOPE graduates:
- Haggin Oaks Golf Complex, Sacramento.
- Baylands Golf Links, Palo Alto.
- Cypress Lakes Golf Course, Vacaville.
- Diablo Creek Golf Course, Concord.
- Metropolitan Golf Links, Oakland.
- Presidio Golf Course, San Francisco.
- Bayonet and Black Horse Golf Courses, Seaside.
The NCGA has a Veteran Golfer Resource Page on its website, ncga.org/veterans/
“Our Veteran Golfer Resource Page is your go-to for Veteran golf clubs, programming, and events in Northern California,” the NCGA said.
Nor Cal Veterans Golf Club
The NorCal Veterans Golf Club offers a Veteran’s Membership Card.
Members of the NorCal Veterans Golf Club can play golf with fellow-veteran golfers, as well as compete against other veterans and branches of Service in local and regional events, according to ncga.org/veterans/.
Clinics, events, and programs are also offered.
More information about the veterans league is available by contacting Haggin Oaks at (916) 481-GOLF.