Morton Golf Management oversees a multitude of different types of facilities and golf courses. From traditional golf courses that have held USGA Championships to putting courses and FootGolf courses, Morton Golf has the expertise to maximize results and customer satisfaction. Here is a list of what Morton Golf currently manages:
William Land GC (1924) – Sacramento’s oldest public golf course is truly the gem of downtown. Located within the 160 acre William Land Park along with the Sacramento Zoo, Funderland and Fairytale Town, this nine-hole course is the home for the First Tee of Greater Sacramento.
Bing Maloney Express 9 (1988) – Bing Maloney’s executive-style nine-hole course consists of 2,714 yards of small landing zones and confusing putts in a configuration of two par-4s and seven par-3s. Top-notch practice areas and a nationally recognized golf shop round out this excellent facility.
Bing Maloney (1952) – 50+ years of rich local golf history means that the Bing Maloney GC is an unarguable integral piece of the golf landscape in Sacramento. Many people who grew up in Sacramento over the past five decades know that over that time, a large number of oak trees have matured, making this a classic design to be enjoyed by golfers of all abilities. It remains a great tribute to the mission of daily fee municipal golf mission that the City of Sacramento set forth with back in the 1950’s- making affordable golf available to everyone.
Arcade Creek GC at Haggin Oaks (1952) – In keeping with the traditions of growing the game and providing the best learning environment for players of all levels, Haggin Oaks offers a more flexible, beginner-friendly golf course in the two separate nine Arcade Creek layout. In addition to the inviting nature of the Arcade Creek layout, the complex provides a three hole academy site for use with the First Tee Program, the Special Olympics and other special programs designed specifically for golfers with disabilities.
Alister MacKenzie GC at Haggin Oaks (1932) – The MacKenzie Golf Course is, without a doubt, the player’s course at the Haggin Oaks Golf Complex. Designed by the mastermind behind Augusta National and by world renowned architect, Alister MacKenzie, is a true test of golf. You’ll be treated to a great escape from the heart of the city and the concrete jungle as you play among the stately heritage oaks along the plush bent grass greens and fairways of the MacKenzie Course. It has been named as one of the top 25 municipal courses in the U.S. by Golfweek Magazine.
MacKenzie Putting Course (2014) – Palm trees, bird of paradise flowers, a bubbling brook, and challenging holes ranging from 25 to 65 feet await the legions of Northern California golfers. It is becoming a favorite with adults, kids, and families alike. Nine challenging holes are what stand in the way of you and putting brilliance. This is no miniature putt-putt, nor simply a putting green. The MacKenzie Putting Course sports water hazards, sand traps, and sneaky breaks.
Arcade Creek FootGolf Course at Haggin Oaks (2013) – The Haggin Oaks FootGolf Course, which combines the popular sports of soccer and golf, was the first to design it congruently with the nine holes of golf. The Haggin Oaks FootGolf Course has 18 holes built within the front nine of the Arcade Creek Golf Course at Haggin Oaks and is designed to be able play both traditional golf and FootGolf simultaneously. FootGolf uses golf’s basic model including tee boxes, greens, bunkers, hazards and 18 holes of play.
Bing Maloney FootGolf Course (2013) – FootGolf, which combines the popular sports of soccer and golf is now available on the Express 9 Golf Course at Bing Maloney. FootGolf is a combination of the popular sports of soccer and golf. The game is played with a regulation #5 soccer ball at a golf course facility on shortened holes with 21-inch diameter cups.
Land Park FootGolf Course (2014) – This, the third of the City of Sacramento golf courses, to implement a FootGolf course within the regular nine-hole course routing is probably the most natural. Surrounded by 160 acres of recreation, including multiple soccer fields, this has been a large hit with the community.
Bing Maloney Driving Range – The Bing Maloney night-lighted driving range consists of 40 hitting stations and is considered to have the best hitting mats in Sacramento. A Frequent User Bonus Card Program is available for the rental of range balls and you can receive up to a 20 percent bonus when you purchase one of these cards.
Haggin Oaks Driving Range – The Haggin Oaks night-lighted driving range & learning center consists of 100 hitting stalls. It is open 24-hours a day May 1st through September 30th and varying hours during the winter months. It has been named as one of America’s Top 100 Driving Ranges by Range Magazine multiple times.