This past weekend, our warrior golfers got a chance to tee it up next to the best players in the world. SMGA Warrior Golfers Jonathan Mullen played alongside PGA superstar Keegan Bradley, while warriors Chris Bowers and Ryan Wightman played with Marc Leishman.
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The SMGA and TaylorMade partnered up for a once in a lifetime opportunity for our SMGA warrior golfers in Maryland on Saturday, June 21st. TaylorMade surprised our newly graduated warriors with brand new SLDR S Drivers. TaylorMade presented SMGA with a check for $10,000 at the end of the event. It was a truly special day for everyone.
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The SMGA & Booz Allen Hamilton
For the 5th consecutive year, Booz Allen Hamilton is partnering with the Salute Military Golf Association (SMGA) to sponsor the Wounded Warrior Golf Tournament, a series of golf events across the United States that help provide rehabilitative golf experiences and family-inclusive golf opportunities for post-9/11 wounded and injured war veterans in an effort to improve the quality of life for these American heroes. All net proceeds from the Wounded Warrior Golf Tournament will go to the purchase of equipment, lessons, and golf course access for veterans.
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The Salute Military Golf Association thanks Argyle Country Club staff and membership for their support of our nations wounded and injured veterans. Argyle Country Club, located in Silver Spring, MD has graciously opened its doors to SMGA, and is the home of SMGA National headquarters. Without the continued support from Argyle Country Club, SMGA would not be able to serve our warrior golfers across all of our nine chapter locations. For more information about Argyle Country Club, visit www.argylecc.net.