Get the clubs out: The next Commanding General’s Pay Day Golf Scramble is scheduled for Oct. 5, at Stryker Golf Course. Registration is at 10:30 a.m. for a noon shotgun start with a meal following the tournament. The event is open to the public and is an 18-hole scramble. A tie for the championship will be settled by a scorecard playoff beginning with the #1 handicap hole. For more information, call 396-3980.
Friday Fight Night: Come out for a night of fun and help support Children of the Fallen Project, a group formed to help children of men and women who have paid the ultimate sacrifice. Anyone can participate, Friday, at 7:30 p.m. Extensive boxing experience is not allowed. This is for fun. Advance tickets available at Sports USA. Open to the public. Cost is $10.
AAAA Tarheel Chapter Golf Tournament: Held Sept. 29, with a 7:30 a.m. registration and 9 a.m. shotgun start. Details: Four Person Team, Captain’s Choice. All proceeds go to the Tarheel AAAA Scholarship Fund. To register, volunteer or donate, contact John Feutz at TarheelAAAA@gmail.com or 919-397-3363. Cost is $75 per player, which includes breakfast, lunch, green fees, cart and range balls. This tournament is open to the public. Registration must be submitted by Sept. 22 to finalize details. There will be prizes for the top/worst teams, closest to pin and longest drives.
Ryder Club Championship: Sept. 23 and 25, with a closest to the pin winner inside the circle on Sunday winning a Bridgestone Limited Edition Red-White-Blue Stars and Stripes Mini Staff Golf Bag. Open to all active duty, retired military and Department of Defense employees and their dependents who are at least 16 years of age. Must have an established handicap or play with a zero handicap. The cost is $35 (for both Saturday and Sunday) per player. Cart and green fees additional for each day. Call 907-4653 to register. Visit http://bragg.armymwr.com/us/bragg for more information.
Human Foosball Tournament: Watch your favorite tabletop game come to life at the Airborne and Special Operations Museum, Oct. 7. Teams of six attach themselves to fixed poles across the field and can only move to the right or left as a team, to move the ball up the field. Teams consist of two forwards, three mid-fielders and one goalie. Visit http://shop.asomf.org for more information.
Glow Fest 5K Fun Run: On Saturday, the Fayetteville-Cumberland Youth Council will host the second annual Glow Fest: Run/Walk/Skip 5K. FCYC urges everyone to “Spark the Change” in their community. The event begins at 6:30 p.m. with a pre-race party with music, dancing warmup stretching/runner check-in. The run starts at 8 p.m. Registration includes race entry, glow packet, finishers medal and race shirt. The Glow Fest will start at Festival Park, will run around Iron Mike at the Airborne Museum and run through the streets of Downtown Fayetteville.
Neon Night Run: The next Fort Bragg run is Sept. 23, at Longstreet and Reilly roads, near Hedrick Stadium. This will be four mile run with events starting at 7 p.m. and the run starting at 8 p.m. This year, participants must bring their own glow. Glow items will not be provided. There will be bounce houses for kids. The event is free and open to Department of Defense card holders and their guests. No registration required. Strollers and dogs are welcome.
Fort Bragg 10 Miler: The 21st Annual Fort Bragg 10 Miler is a Fort Bragg Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation activity to promote a healthy active lifestyle within the local community. Held Nov. 4, at 8 a.m., this event is open to the public. . The cost is $35 for military and $45 for civilians. For more information and to register, visit www.zippyreg.com/online_reg/reg2017.php?e=976.