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Facilities ReOpen With Limited Services 

As this is a continuously evolving situation, please bookmark this page for updated information. This page will be continuously updated with the current status of all facilities.

May 23, 2020 – The Haggin Oaks Golf Super Shop is Open! Current hours are 9 am to 5 pm daily with enhanced social distancing and safety measures in place. No club-fitting at this time, although the Player Performance Studio is open with the ability to use TrackMan data on your product selection on a first-come, first-served basis daily. Club trial on the driving range is being offered.

May 23, 2020 – MacKenzie’s Sports Bar & Grille at Haggin Oaks is now open for dine-in or takeout. The hours of operation are 6 am to 8:30 pm daily with a full menu and bar. Indoor seating and patio seating are available.

May 21, 2020 – The Cafe at Bartley Cavanaugh is open Wednesdays through Sundays from 8 am to 4 pm with a limited menu. Takeout service only.

May 20, 2020 – The golf courses are now allowing 2 riders per cart if they reside in the same household. Both riders must present ID showing they reside at the same address. Kids 18 and under may ride with an adult if they live in the same household. A “Family Cart” placard must be picked up from the Cart Barn and displayed on the cart.

May 9, 2020 – The driving range at Haggin Oaks will stay open until 10 pm at Haggin Oaks 7 days a week. Bing Maloney will continue to close at 8 pm. The Haggin Oaks Driving Range will not be open 24 hours at this time.

April 10, 2020 – In order to provide and ensure a safe social distancing environment for our guests, we have elected to discontinue after-hours driving range hours. Effective immediately, the driving ranges at Haggin Oaks and Bing Maloney will close at 8 pm nightly.

April 9, 2020 – Play Cards are not being sold at this time. Renewals are being offered.

March 20, 2020 – Dr. Peter Beilenson, Sacramento County Health Director, has designated golf as an essential service to the community.

On behalf of everyone at Morton Golf, we want to express our deepest sympathy for those afflicted by COVID-19.

With the recent shelter in place order being announced for Sacramento County, it now requires citizens to find a safe location and to limit contact with other people as much as possible to help quell the spread of COVID-19.

Solitary Golfer
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The restaurants at Bing Maloney and William Land remain closed. All golf lessons and club fittings at all properties are currently not being offered at this time. For more information or to be placed on a waiting list, please contact 916-808-2531.

People need a healthy activity to enjoy during the long sessions staying in their homes. Walking the dog, hiking, bike riding, and playing golf are perfect activities to reduce stress in a safe way during the COVID-19 crisis with the proper precautions.

MacKenzie Golf Course at Haggin Oaks
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Arcade Creek Golf Course at Haggin Oaks
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Arcade Creek Golf Course at Haggin Oaks
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Championship 18 Golf Course at Bing Maloney
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Express 9 Golf Course at Bing Maloney
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Bartley Cavanaugh Golf Course
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William Land Golf Course
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Additional safety procedures and protocols that we have implemented or are working towards at the City of Sacramento golf courses include:

  • Moving to a single-rider cart system where each player in a group has their own power cart – 2 riders per cart are allowed if the riders are in the same householdUpdated 5/20/20
  • Offering hand sanitizers to all customers and staff and encouraging everyone to use them
  • Wiping down work areas
  • Staff using gloves
  • Weekly spraying from Environ-Master to help eliminate germs that will last for 7 to 9 days, including COVID-19
  • Asking staff to be at least 6 feet apart from customers and each other
  • Sanitizing the golf carts regularly 
  • Putting the cups on the course in upside down so that the ball will not disappear below the edge of the cup and can be retrieved without touching the flagstick.
  • Ball washers are covered and not able to be used
  • Bunker rakes have been removed from the golf course
  • On the driving range, each hitting station is at least 6 feet apart to provide proper social distancing
  • No cash payments accepted

Is it safe to play golf during this time? Golfworld recently published an article entitled, Can you play golf amid coronavirus concerns? With proper precautions, yes. According to Dr. Catherine Troisi, an infectious disease epidemiologist at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, golf as it’s normally played—outdoors, with natural social-distancing built-in— “would be fairly safe.”

“Social distancing doesn’t mean you’re being a hermit,” Troisi said. “Relieving stress helps your immune system and we know that physical activity boosts your immune system, so for both mental and physical health, it’s good to get activity however you can get it without putting yourself at risk. So anything outside where you’re not putting yourself in close proximity to a lot of people can be good for you. Being in nature helps your mental health, as well.”

Morton Golf Sales
Morton Golf Sales, the official retail partner of Haggin Oaks

In the meantime, the Haggin Oaks Golf Super Shop has officially re-opened for business. If you feel more comfortable shopping from home, please consider our online store, www.MortonGolfSales.com. Please know there may be delayed shipping times as we work with our manufacturers during these challenging times. 

While these times are unprecedented and circumstances are fluid, we also know this is temporary and necessary. We want to thank those who are working the front lines to combat this illness – the doctors, nurses and the medical community that is risking their lives to protect others. We are inspired to see our people and communities come together. 

Stay up-to-date with the information provided by the CDC as we all work to flatten the curve.

In the meantime, please take care of yourself, your families and your loved ones.