Golf is more than a game. For a golf facility to be successful, it must be viewed as a community asset. Morton Golf has a history of growing the game to create golf as a family lifestyle in the following ways:
In its Player Development Programs, Morton Golf searches out local junior, disabled, senior and women’s special interest groups to grow participants in the game. It also believes membership in local, regional and national organizations not only brings new business but helps keep Morton Golf up with the latest trends in the golf industry. Morton Golf has Public Relations, Business Development and Lobbying personnel on staff to keep up with the latest legal, insurance and Human Resource issues.
Morton Golf has created the Morton Golf Foundation, a 501c3 corporation, to raise tax free money through special events to provide funding for local youth, minority, disabled and underserved golf programs. Today, the Morton Golf Foundation provides over $150,000 annually to local programs to grow the game and for college scholarships to young deserving high school graduates.
Growth of the Game
Morton Golf is nationally renowned for the development of it’s Player Development Programs. The future of the game will be determined by how well this era creates an environment that attracts people from all walks of life into the game. In actuality, over time, Morton Golf has created a step by step farm system to develop golfers from the age of 4 years of age to playing on the PGA or LPGA Tour. Golf could be the only sport a person can play throughout a lifetime. It is through that lifetime that Morton Golf builds lifetime customers.
The Morton Golf Foundation – Funding Golf Programs that Make a Difference
The Morton Golf Foundation Mission is to provide funds to programs offering a healthy outdoor recreational environment that stresses the building of lasting personal relationships while seamlessly instilling life’s core values for the youth, disabled and underserved communities of Sacramento.
Golf is an amazing sport—part recreation, part character building, part competition and it is said, the only game that can be enjoyed for a lifetime. People from all ages, genders and walks of life enjoy playing golf together. Because of its innate nature, golf promotes the values of courtesy, honesty, and respect for others. Golf also teaches sportsmanship, taking personal responsibility, perseverance and the building of self-confidence. The Morton Golf Foundation is a 501c3 organization that raises funds for golf programs in the Sacramento community that instill these character building values to the youth, disabled and underserved.