A Houston area golf course embraced a full slate of players and a charity is infused with funding for 400 nights of free housing to help heal patients and families on their cancer journey during the 5th Annual Stache Sergeants Movember Golf Tourney benefiting Friday Harbour.
It all started nearly five years ago when the Stache Sergeants founder Milam Wentworth and his brother Cameron lost their father Michael to cancer. Mike sported the “best mustache” known to man, and Milam knew that the only way to truly honor his father was an event that somehow mixed golf with a competitive mustache display.
“It’s an honor and a privilege to help cement our father’s legacy by raising funds and helping people who need it the most. Those who are battling cancer and fighting for their lives,” said Milam. “I know that dad would have loved what the Stache Sergeants are doing, and as new parents, Daphne and I are proud to know that our daughter will grow up understanding that giving back to society has immense impact, it is a duty and a responsibility, but it can also be a lot of fun at the same time!”
More than 160 golfers spent an enjoyable day of golf, macho mustache mayhem and raffles at the Cypresswood Golf Course. The extra touch of the annual competition and sold out course, honored a great father’s legacy.
“As board members of Friday Harbour, Milam, his wife Daphne and his brother Cameron are brilliant committee members who consistently use their passion, uncanny golf strategy and sense of humor to expand the awareness of our charity,” said Brian Hall, Founder of Friday Harbour.
In the end, a full day of golf and revelry brought together a united effort that raised enough to reach the goal of 400 nights of free housing for cancer patients and their families. Healing cancer one night at a time can truly be accomplished through hard work mixed with laughter.
This year’s tournament helped a troubled golf course recover after Hurricane Harvey and allowed two sons to send a clear message of hope and fun to their father resting high above the clouds.