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21 Warriors Selected to Participate in Bush Center’s Warrior Open; Second day of play will feature Pro-Am with PGA Tour professionals
The George W. Bush Presidential Center today announced the roster for this year’s Warrior Open, a competitive 36-hole golf tournament that honors post-9/11 U.S. service members wounded in Iraq or Afghanistan. The tournament, which takes place every fall at Las Colinas Country Club in the Dallas area, also highlights the important role families and caregivers play in the warrior’s rehabilitation and recovery and spotlights organizations that support service members and their families. This year’s two-day tournament will take place on October 1-2, 2014.
The first day of play, October 1st, will be open only to the 21 warriors selected for this year’s tournament. The second day, October 2nd, will include a Pro-Am, including PGA Tour pros and the warriors.
Warriors participating in the 2014 Warrior Open include SFC Scott Adams, Sr., USA, Ret., from Saint Bonifacius, MN; CPT Matthew Anderson, USA, Ret., from Severn, MD; SSgt Andrew Bachelder, USMC Ret., from Weatherford, TX; CPT James Barclay, USA, Ret., from Missouri City, TX; MSG Sean Bennett, USA, Ret., from Anchorage, AK; SGT Daniel Casara, USA, Ret. from San Diego, CA; LtCol Justin Constantine, USMC, Ret., from Arlington, VA; 1LT Brian Donarski, USA, Ret., from Gilbert, AZ; TSgt David Flowers, USAF, Ret., from Diamondhead, MS; SSgt Curtis Fowler, USMC, Ret., from Trophy Club, TX; MAJ Jonathan Freyer, USAR, from Brookfield, WI; SGM Rodney Gorman, USA, Ret., from Southern Pines, NC; SFC Jacque J. Keeslar, USA, Ret., from Fallbrook, CA; SSG Christopher McCoy, USA, from Tampa, FL; Cpl Michael Meyer, USMC, Ret., from Irving, TX; SSG Andrew Montgomery, USA, Ret., from Myrtle Beach, SC; SFC Randolph Nantz II, USA, Ret., from Fort Worth, TX; CPL Chad Pfeifer, USA, from Goodyear, AZ; CPT Bryon Vincent, USA, Ret., from Arlington, VA; SSgt Christopher Whittemore, USMC, from San Antonio, TX; and SCPO Steven Winingham II, USN, from Virginia Beach, VA.
In addition, this year’s Warrior Open will highlight several military support organizations that provide assistance to service personnel and their families during deployment and upon their return home. The organizations include: Swords to Plowshares, Team Red, White and Blue; Charlotte Bridge Home; and The Steven and Alexandria Cohen Military Family Clinic.
To get more information on this year’s Warrior Open, follow along during the tournament or learn more about the Bush Institute’s Military Service Initiative, please visit http://www.bushcenter.org/warrioropen.