The Warrior Open is a competitive 36-hole golf tournament that takes place over two days every fall in the Dallas area. The event honors U.S. service members wounded in the global war on terror. The tournament spotlights organizations that support service members and their families.
In 2013, Corporal Chad Pfeifer, U.S. Army (Ret.), took home the Champion’s Cup for lowest gross score; Captain Matt Anderson, U.S. Army, and Staff Sergeant Ben Dellinger, U.S. Army (Ret.), tied for the Warrior Cup for lowest net score.
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- Highlights: Live blog
- Show your support with Warrior Open merchandise, available in the Bush Center store.
Veterans and service members injured in post-9/11 combat can check back soon for information on applying for the 2014 Warrior Open.
About the Pro-Am
This year, the Warrior Open will also included an exciting additional day of play on Thursday, September 26th, with the Bush Institute’s first Pro-Am, including PGA Tour pros, the warriors and supporters of the Bush Institute’s Military Service Initiative.
The PGA Tour pros participating in the event included Justin Leonard, David Graham, Finley Ewing, Chris Parra, Joe Ogilvie, Paul Stankowski, Ryan Palmer, Martin Flores, Jim Holtgrieve and JJ Henry.
About the Military Service Initiative
The mission of the Bush Institute’s Military Service Initiative is to honor the service and sacrifice of post-9/11 veterans and military families by improving their well-being and unleashing their potential.
Through research, resources, programs and Presidential recognition, the Military Service Initiative unites and empowers communities, military service organizations, businesses, universities and individual citizens to effectively support service members, veterans and their families in the areas of jobs, wellness, family, education, housing and women’s veteran issues.