Bing Maloney Golf Complex in Sacramento, CA
A round at Bing Maloney in South Sacramento offers you a relaxing and friendly day of golf on a championship course with a unique history.
50+ years of rich local golf history make the Bing Maloney GC an integral piece of the golf landscape in Sacramento. People who grew up in Sacramento have witnessed a large number of oak trees mature, making this a classic design to be enjoyed by golfers of all abilities. A newly covered driving range added in 2017, the 18-hole course designed by M.J. McDonaugh, an associate of the famed golf architect Alister MacKenzie, and Bing Maloney 's nine-hole executive course all add to the junior golf experience.
Everything you need to know about camp
- Action-packed camps include hands-on instruction led by certified PGA Professionals.
- Signature PGA camp curriculum focuses on developing golf skills (full swing, short game, rules and etiquette) while keeping the experience fun and engaging (games and activities).
- A fun, safe and educational environment designed with your child's well being in mind.
- Low student to instructor ratio (approximately 6:1)
Please Note: Modified Full Day Camps do not include lunch.
To be the best, you must learn from the best. That's why every junior golf camp instructor has been trained and tested in all aspects of the game by the PGA of America. Our promise - is to support, encourage, and respect each and every one of our campers and authentically inspire them to reach their full potential, both on and off the golf course.
Tom Morton, PGA - Camp Director
Tom's golf career was fostered through the Haggin Oaks Junior Golf Programs and through the instruction of his father, Ken Morton, Sr., a five-time national PGA award winner and long-time PGA Director of Golf at Haggin Oaks. Born in Sacrament, Tom has played tournament golf since the Little Linker program at age 7, and then played on the Junior Golf Association of Northern California Tour and American Junior Golf Association events. His scholastic achievements and golf game enabled Tom to receive a golf scholarship to the University of California at Santa Barbara where he played competitively for 4 years. As the PGA Director of Player Development for Morton Golf & The First Tee of Greater Sacramento, Tom designs and coaches ...More many programs. His philosophy is that the game has two types of motions, finesse and power swings, but the main goal is to always…HAVE FUN! He believes that each individual has their own golf blueprint based on current beliefs and body function and his job is to improve the blueprint for maximum success and enjoyment.
Blake Stepanian, PGA Assoc. - Camp Co-Director
Blake grew up in the foothills of Sacramento and started playing golf at an early age. After playing golf in high school, he continued to play recreationally throughout college. He joined the concierge team at Haggin Oaks in 2021 and quickly took a further interest in golf education, equipment changes and technology in the game. While working on his Master’s in Education, he discovered an overlap with his studies and golf, in which he could expand his teaching skills in a different way. He joined the NCIG (Northern California Institute of Golf) Junior Golf Coaching Team in 2022 at Haggin Oaks and then expanded his role by taking the Lead Youth Golf Coach position at Bing Maloney Golf Complex ...More and William Land Golf Course. Blake’s goal is to maximize his background in education, to make golf more fun, approachable and easier to understand.
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6801 Freeport Blvd
Sacramento, CA 95822
Sacramento, CA 95822
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