On the latest episode of Haggin Oaks & Morton Golf’s new podcast, Hosel Rockets, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=klXyY4-eOHA, a podcast and vlog about golf that focuses on new product launches, interviews with industry experts, golf trends, and casual conversation, the team kicks off the first of three consecutive episodes to talk about diversity and inclusion in golf with Morton Golf Foundation Executive Director Jane Siebers.
In this 27th episode of the Hosel Rockets Podcast, host Ken Morton, Jr. talks with Siebers, a former events director for the First Tee of Greater Sacramento and assistant at the Gold Rush Classic Champions Tour event, about the work that the Foundation is doing in Sacramento and beyond.
The Morton Golf Foundation is a 501c3 non-profit started 13 years ago that raises and distributes close to a quarter of a million dollars annually to youth, those with disabilities and the underprivileged to bring the game of golf to anyone who wants to play.
The Foundation delivers roughly $40,000 annually to college scholarships to graduating seniors, funds more than a dozen different playing programs, provides grants to children who need help with equipment, tournament feeds or travel to national tournaments and more. The goal is for no person to ever be turned away who wants to learn the game.
Each week, Hosel Rockets hosts cover a wide range of topics as they dig deep into new product releases, interview industry experts, and give a behind the scenes glimpse into running the most awarded retail operation in America, the Haggin Oaks Golf Complex.
The show is also filmed regularly and can be seen as a vlog on the Morton Golf Sales YouTube channel, https://www.youtube.com/mortongolfsales .
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