Riverside Golf Course Set to Open in January
Victoria's public golf course in Riverside Park will open January, 6th. City officials made that announcement recently, after reaching the conclusion that it would be less expensive to manage it themselves rather than hiring a management company...
Riverside Golf Course May Open As Soon As January
Riverside Golf Course has been closed for some time with damage from Hurricane Harvey but, that situation may be resolved soon, allowing the city to open the course as soon as January.
According to a published report in the Victoria Advocate, at yesterday's Victoria City Council meeting councilo…
Riverside Golf Course to be Closed Temporarily
Bad news for golfers who like to play Riverside Golf Course, it's slated to be closed for a while to allow for improvements.
Victoria City Manager Charmelle Garrettt told city councilors that the temporary closing will allow the city to improve the grass on the course, eliminating fungus, mowing…
Junior Golf Clinic at Riverside Coming Monday and Tuesday
I never learned how to play golf. I have played plenty of Putt-Putt, and I have been to a driving range a time or two, but I never really learned how to play. At my age, I wish I had learned when I was young.
If you have kids that have an interest in the game or, if you want to start them out early s…
Victoria East Golfers Could Be Headed to State
We hear a lot about high school sports in the Crossroads, especially football and basketball but, how about the Victoria East golf team?
After setting scoring records, both team and individual, the Titans are in the running in the Region IV-5A tournament in San Antonio...
UHV’s Heather Shake Named First Team All-American
While the University of Houston-Victoria Women's Golf Team is celebrating a trip to the NAIA Nationals, sophomore Heather Shake has been named first team All-American.
Shake has won three individual titles this year, finishing in the top five in four other events, wrapping up the season with a s…
70-Year-Old, One-Legged Golfer Hits a Hole-in-One
A one-legged 70-year-old retiree who is battling cancer and has poor eyesight hit a hole-in-one last week at St. Andrews in Scotland. Joe McLaughlin aced the par-3 fifth hole on the famed Jubilee course last Tuesday while playing a round with his lifelong buddy Dennis Leckie.