The Sacramento community is privileged to host the 2015 U.S. Senior Open Championship Golf Tournament at Del Paso Country Club. As a result, this event brings a high level of enthusiasm and focus on the game of golf.
New Faze Development is inspired to organize a series of FREE junior golf clinics. In conjunction with The First Tee of Greater Sacramento, we are gathering professional golf coaches, instructors and enthusiasts to help broaden young people knowledge of the fundamentals of the game and core values.
The inaugural Allen Wayne Warren Junior Golf Dayz will be held in June (see below for a schedule and locations). We invite all of your students (ages 7 -17) to register and attend these fun and valuable clinics. The day will consist of three professionally designed learning stations focused on core values and life skills, golf skills, and athletic skills. Each clinic will begin with a social and free lunch for the participants and their chaperon.
Saturday, June 6 12:00am – 2:30pm Land Park Golf Course
Saturday, June 13 12:00am – 2:30pm Haggin Oaks Golf Complex
Saturday, June 20 12:00am – 2:30pm Bing Maloney Golf Course
We believe that collectively the more we give to our youth the more we can achieve as a community. This is one of the ways we say “thank you” for the continued dedication and support the Sacramento community gives to us so freely.
For more information regarding free baseball instruction, Click Here.
When: Saturday, Aug 9, 2014 | Reg. at 8:00 am and camp 9:00 – 2:00 pm | Where: California State University, Sacramento- John Smith Field
**Registration starts at 8:00AM**
Every year, New Faze Development gathers the best teaching and coaching talent in baseball and takes the area’s youth under its wings to help advance their talents to the next level. Our Annual Youth Baseball Camp has served hundreds of students who might one day become major league players, coaches or scouts. It’s a collaboration between passion and skill, in association with Sacramento State Baseball, located on their outstanding university level playing field. We believe that collectively the more we give to our youth the more we can achieve as a community. This is one of the ways we say “thank you” for the continued dedication and support the Sacramento community gives to us so freely.
“Hoopin’ in the Park,” took place on September the 27th at Hagginwood Park on 3271 Marysville Blvd.
Put It In The Can At Dixieanne
Saturday, August 16th
9:00 am to 12:00pm
2415 Evergreen Street, Sacramento, CA
Saturday, August 23
12:00PM – 7:00 PM
Hagginwood Park 3271 Marysville Blvd. Sac 95838
Featuring: R&B Singer Angie Stone
Come and celebrate the District 2 Multi-Cultural Festival to celebrate our diversity! The festivities will include live music, dance performances, local food vendors, plus informational booths, community services, and a kids zone. Bring the family and neighbors to enjoy together!