sports briefs – April 28

Charity golf scramble in Brownstown

An 18-hole golf scramble to benefit Reins to Recovery will take place on June 17 at Hickory Hills in Brownstown. The cost is $50 for each member of a four-person team, and that fee includes a cart and a meal. There will be payouts to the top three teams and prizes for longest drive and closest to the pin.

Proceeds will benefit the Reins to Recovery Therapeutic Horseback Riding Center. The tournament is limited to the first 14 teams that enter. To register, contact John Olsen at 812-358-4529 or Calli Johnson at 812-350-4864.

Free admission days at IMS Museum

Admission to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum will be free for IndyCar Grand Prix ticket holders on May 12-13. A general admission or reserved ticket must be presented for entry.

Children ages 15 and under are free both days of the Grand Prix weekend, and at all IMS racing events, in general admission areas when accompanied by a ticketed adult. Fans will be allowed to walk on the track after the race Saturday, sharing in the celebration and kissing the famous Yard of Bricks.