24 warriors selected to participate in golf tournament hosted by President George W. Bush.
DALLAS, TX – On October 19, The George W. Bush Institute announced the roster for its 2021 Warrior Open, presented by AT&T Inc. This highly competitive golf tournament underscores the importance of sports as a rehabilitation component for our wounded or injured post-9/11 service members.
The single-day event will be held on Veterans Day, Nov. 11, 2021, at the Las Colinas Country Club in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. The day of play will begin at 8 a.m. The 18-hole competition is open only to the 24 veterans chosen to participate in this year’s tournament.
Veterans selected for the 2021 Warrior Open:
- Sergeant Major Todd Adams, USA, from Whispering Pines, NC
- Sergeant Mario Alcala, USMC, from Carrollton, TX
- Sergeant Trevor Allenby, USMC, from South Deerfield, MA
- Specialist Brandon Berry, USA, from Edmond, OK
- Staff Sergeant Christopher Burrell, USA, from Ft. Bragg, NC
- Technical Sergeant Joe Byrne, USAF, from San Antonio, TX
- Sergeant Davin Dumar, USA, from Macomb, MI
- Staff Sergeant Derrick Fore, USA, from Rhinelander, WI
- Captain James Grady, USA, from Fort Lee, VA
- Sergeant First Class, Ian Harding, USA, from Fort Benning, GA
- First Sergeant Tony “T.A.” Henry, USA, from Woodbridge, VA
- Specialist Zachery Julien, USA, from Bakersfield, CA
- Sergeant First Class Steve Littlefield, USA, from Halifax, MA
- Sergeant William Metcalf III, USMC, from Round Rock, TX
- Sergeant Glenn Miller, USMC, from Austin, TX
- Specialist Anthony Morales, USA, from Bakersfield, CA
- Sergeant Jose “Mike” Morales, USA, from San Antonio, TX
- Corporal Josh Morgan, USMC, from Hudson, OH
- Sergeant First Class Ramon Padilla-Munguia, USA, from Washington, DC
- Captain Adam Napier, USA, from Myrtle Beach, SC
- Staff Sergeant Jacob “Jake” Nelson, USMC, from Little Elm, TX
- Captain Tyson Quink, USA, from Leesburg, VA
- Master Sergeant Jason Vangilder, USA, from Radcliff, KY
- Captain Jerry Woods, USMC, from Phoenix, AZ
The Bush Institute Military Service Initiative focuses on helping post-9/11 veterans and their families make successful transitions to civilian life. We honor their service and their families by helping vets improve their quality of life and develop their leadership potential.
For more information on this year’s Bush Institute Warrior Open at the Las Colinas Country Club, to follow along during the tournament or to learn more about the Bush Institute’s Military Service Initiative, please visit: http://www.bushcenter.org/military-service-initiative/warrior-open.