Weekly Recap: Final Week to Enter Our Fall Photo Contest!

In case you missed it… here is everything you need to know from this past week!

Catch up on this week’s local golf news:

It’s the Last Week to Enter Our Fall Photo Contest

There are 4 different photo contests going on at each of the 4 courses below:
*       Haggin Oaks Golf Complex
*       Bing Maloney Golf Course
*       Bartley Cavanaugh Golf Course
*       William Land Golf Course

Submit a fall-themed, nature-inspired photo of the course for a chance to win some awesome prizes. The top 3 photos will receive a Range Card or even a Twosome with Cart on the Alister MacKenzie Course.

⁣To Enter: ⁣
1. Photo Entries Must Be Submitted By Email to mstevenson@hagginoaks.com
2. Photos Must Be Taken at one of the courses at Haggin Oaks, Bing Maloney, Bartley Cavanaugh, or William Land Golf Complex.
3. Limit of 3 Photo Entries Per Person Per Course. (Please note which course contest you are entering in your emails!)
4. Photos Must Be Received By Noon on Nov 21.

The contest starts today and ends on 11/21

Good Luck! ⁣ We can’t wait to see your photos!

Men’s Golf Sets School Tournament Record; Tanihana Ties Individual Mark

The Sacramento State men’s golf team completed a record-breaking effort with an amazing individual performance during the final round of the Ka’anapali Classic Collegiate on Sunday. Led by a 63 from Jonathan Tanihana, the Hornets were 12-under par as a team during the round and finished the tournament with a three-round total of 835.

Tanihana, Davidson Share Big Sky Golfer of the Week Award

The Sacramento State duo of Ethan Davidson and Jonathan Tanihana was named co-Big Sky Conference Men’s Golfers of the Week, it was announced today. The honors are the eighth for Davidson during his career and his fourth this year. It is the first award for Tanihana.

Both golfers finished at 7-under par in the three rounds of the Ka’anapali Classic Collegiate with 54-hole totals of 206, tied for fourth in school history. The mark tied Davidson’s career-best and broke Tanihana’s low by three strokes.

Catch up on this week’s blogs:

Monday – Golf: The Tools of the Trade

Tuesday – Full-Face vs. Regular Wedges – What’s the Difference?

Wednesday – Save Your Back While Golfing!

Thursday – To Our Veteran Golfers – Thank You!

Friday – Junior Golf Marathon “100 Holes of Golf” Held at Bing Maloney was a Fun-tastic Event

Saturday – Volunteer Profile: Rick Walker

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