A full field took on the wind and the Moody Gardens Golf Course for the 33rd Annual Galveston Chamber of Commerce tournament on May 2.
Cancer doesn’t just happen one month of the year, and neither should the fundraising walks and runs that address it. With that in mind, My Sister’s Keeper Fun Walk returns to Texas City on Saturday for a morning of exercise and celebration.
The race has moved from its traditional home on the Bolivar Peninsula festival grounds to the historic Fort Travis Seashore Park nearby, but keeps its timing as the kickoff to a full day of activities celebrating one of the area’s tastiest crustaceans.
Remember, one not need be a golfer to enjoy the Topgolf experience; non-golfers can just pretend the golf ball is a small pinata that they can whack at without even being blindfolded.
The inaugural Market Mile hosted by Galveston’s Own Farmers Market promises to bring together good food, history and healthy fun, as runners, walkers and strollers make their way around the market’s environs. The race takes place 10 a.m. April 24.
Arguably the biggest gamble in the history of the game involves rival leagues challenging the PGA Tour and DP World Tour for dominance. Irrespective of who has said what to (and about) whom, the challenge has reverberated throughout the golf world and on all circuits, major and minor.
A favorite Clear Lake-area race returns next week when Yuri’s Fun Run blasts off on April 16. The 5K and 10K courses travel through the shaded and flat waterfront neighborhoods of Nassau Bay, with a history lesson along the way.