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Mitchell Hoey captures the Sacramento City Championship
Mitchell Hoey (Sacramento Golf Council Photo)
Mitchell Hoey (Sacramento Golf Council Photo)

Mitchell Hoey of Alamo, Calif., shot consistent rounds of 4-under 68 to finish 8-under and win the 2024 Sacramento City Men's Championship at Haggin Oaks, the Alister MacKenzie Course, in Sacramento, Calif.

Luke Dugger from Davis, Calif., finished second at 6-under, two shots back of Hoey. Patrick Dumag from Sacramento, Calif., Trenton Stuart of Folsom, Calif., and Jacob Goode of San Francisco, Calif., finished T3 at 5-under.

There was a full field this year of 108 players.

There were two holes-in-one during the tournament from Conner Penfold and Justin Kiester.

Since its inception in 1932, Haggin Oaks has played host to dozens of PGA professionals. Players like Bill Glasson, Johnny Miller and Bob Murphy have contributed to the storied history here. Ken Venturi won the 1950 California State Fair Championship here before going on to win 14 times on the PGA tour and moving on to the broadcast booth. Even the great Byron Nelson participated in the Sacramento Open at Haggin Oaks.

But the fantastic history of Haggin Oaks is made even better by the non- professional celebrities who have taken part in one or more of the myriad charity events and clinics hosted at the Haggin Oaks complex where the focus is as much on community and player development as it is on championship golf. Over the years, stars like Babe Ruth and Bob Hope have contributed to the celebrity while teachers like Hank Haney and Ken Morton Senior have helped thousands of students learn the game of golf.

Today, the Haggin Oaks Golf Complex boasts two championship golf courses, a world-class teaching facility with over 15 PGA professionals, more than 10 different junior, senior, group and private programs and a 100 stall, lighted driving range that includes over 100 stalls five practice greens and two bunkers. The driving range at Haggin Oaks is so popular that it stays open 24-hours-a-day during summer hours.

Results: Sacramento City
1CAMitchell HoeyAlamo, CA10068-68=136
2CALuke DuggerDavis, CA6568-70=138
T3CAPatrick DumagSacramento, CA3070-69=139
T3CATrenton StuartFolsom, CA3069-70=139
T3CAJacob GoodeSan Francisco, CA3069-70=139

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ABOUT THE Sacramento City

The 103rd annual Sacramento City Men's Golf Championship will be contested at the Alister MacKenzie GC at the Haggin Oaks Golf Complex on Saturday and Sunday, June 8-9, 2024.

The tournament is open to all male amateur golfers with a current World Handicap System (WHS) Index of 5.0 or less.

The tournament format is stroke play over 36 holes with 18 holes each day and a maximum of 108 players. Play will be in groups of three with 9 minute intervals from the 1st tee starting at 7:00 AM. Sunday pairings will be based on Saturday scores with the leaders competing at the end of the field.

The entry fee is $205 per player and includes green fees and range balls for both days and prize fund - power carts are not included. The player with the 36- hole low score will be declared the 2024 Sacramento City Men’s Amateur Champion. His name will be inscribed on the perpetual trophy and he will receive a crystal to take home. The awards presentation will immediately follow play at the large tournament scoreboard. Approximately 25% of the field will be awarded with merchandise certificates. All merchandise certificates are redeemable at either Haggin Oaks, Bing Maloney or Bartley Cavanaugh golf shops.

Players wishing to use this tournament as a qualifier for the State Fair Amateur must pay an additional $25 during entry. To qualify for the SFC, you must finish in the top 20 in the City Men’s Amateur field.

The entry deadline is May 23, 2024.

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