Weekly Recap: Former First Tee Junior, Austin Smotherman claims the Simmons Bank Open

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

Catch up on this weeks local golf news:

Austin Smotherman leads from wire-to-wire to claim the Simmons Bank Open For The Snedeker Foundation

Austin Smotherman led all four rounds of the Simmons Bank Open For The Snedeker Foundation and claimed the championship Sunday by posting a 16-under-par 272.

The Loomis, California, native shot 65-69-69-69 in the Korn Ferry Tour tournament, which was played for the first time this year at The Grove. It previously was played at Nashville Golf & Athletic Club and was named the Nashville Golf Open.

Sacramento State Women’s Golf Finishes 13th at NCAA Stanford Regional

The Sacramento State women’s golf concluded its 2021 season by recording its best three-round score in school NCAA Div. I postseason history. The Hornets shot 288 during the final round and wrapped up the tournament with a total of 883 to finish 13th.

Haggin Oak’s Women’s Play Group had a Fantastic Turn Out

Haggin Oaks held a putting clinic conducted by Coach Ed Adams before the ladies tee’d off on the MacKenzie and Arcade Creek golf courses.  74 women players and mentors enjoyed a beautiful evening and 9 holes of golf! To learn more about these groups or to sign up for future clinics follow the link below.

Catch up on this weeks blogs:

Monday – Golfer/Comedian Hits a Golf Ball in Each State in 30 Days

Tuesday – 2021 Limited Edition TaylorMade Pro Championship Staff Bag

Wednesday – 5 of the Most Insane Golf Hotels in the World!

Thursday – Meet Alex Cooper, our Lead Junior Golf Coach

Friday – A look at two players, Michael Cliff and Craig Miyamoto, as the countdown to the 100th Sacramento City Men’s Golf Championship, continues!

Saturday – Discover the Must-Have Putters of 2021

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