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:
Hosel Rockets Podcast #27 – Executive Director of the Morton Golf Foundation – Jane Siebers
In episode 27 of the Hosel Rockets Podcast, Ken Morton, Jr. talks with Jane Siebers, the executive director for the Morton Golf Foundation. The Morton Golf Foundation is a non-profit organization that helps youth, disabled, and underserved members of the Sacramento community through golf programs and fundraising. Their mission is to enrich the lives of the less fortunate through the great game of golf.
Golf course architect Perry Dye dies at 68
Perry designed Bartley Cavanaugh Golf Course for the City of Sacramento and had come out on occasion (like our 15th Anniversary) to celebrate his work.
The Haggin Oaks Driving Range is now Powered by Toptracer Range!
This awesome technology is available on the front 52 bays at no extra charge. Simply download the free Toptracer Range app on your smartphone and scan the QR code at your bay to get started. With Toptracer Range, you can compete against friends, play virtual courses, see your shot trace, and receive instant stats. The world’s best players use it—now you can too!
Catch up on this week’s blogs:
Monday – What is Golf Ball Compression?
Tuesday – Tom Morton plays in the 2021 Villara Capital Cup for the Morton Golf Foundation
Wednesday – Haggin Oaks Women’s Golf Club & Pat Williams
Thursday – Backspin Is Back With Brand New Polos!
Friday – Highly-Anticipated Limited Edition 2021 Scotty Cameron Champions Choice Putter
Saturday – Volunteer Profile: Ed St. Amour