They're why we do this. They're why we play. The men and women of the American military are the inspiration behind the World's Largest Golf Outing and the most important of guests on the day of the event. Many are gracious enough to join us throughout the country, sharing their stories and allowing us to share our gratitude for their sacrifices.
We will share some of those moments in pictures and video.
Dubsdread Golf Course: Tony Cianci playing with, from left to right, wounded warriors Tyrone Gammons, JB Shirley, and former New York Jet Walter Briggs. - David Evangelista
Dubsdread Golf Course (From left to right): Army Master Sargent and Dubsdread employee Earnest Collins, 28-year Air Force navigator Col Thomas Gene Waters, Air Force project manager Thomas Crosby, Orange County Service Officer Edward Alexander. - David Evangelista
Lyman Orchards: [Jason Braase] moved the entire 300-plus golfers with his welcome, thank you and story. Loud cheers and applause by everyone. He truly brought the true meaning of the “why” we host this event.
It was an honor and pleasure to have him with us today. - Tracy Lynch
St. Johns Golf & Country Club:
It was great meeting Paul Heagy. He knows first
hand how important it is to support our veterans and wounded warriors. Mr. Heagy headed back from Vietnam
in 1967 with very little support and is proud of how far we've come in
supporting our veterans. Thank you for your support today, Mr. Heagy! - Amanda Dunn
1757 Golf Club: Warrior Speaks Norbie Lara talking with WLGO participants at 1757 Golf Club. - Kyle Ragsdale