Big Announcement – We are Expanding
Operation Game On has been given an opportunity to expand our reach. With the help of our sponsors and partners we’ve made tremendous strides in assisting hundreds of rehabilitating troops through golf, and this success has been noticed.
It’s official, we will now also include the troops going through rehab at the USMC Camp Pendleton Wounded Warrior Battalion West (WWBn-W) facility.
The Wounded Warrior Regiment headquartered in Quantico, Virginia commands the operation of two Wounded Warrior Battalions located at Camp Pendleton, California (WWBn-W) and Camp Lejeune, North Carolina (WWBn-E). We welcome Pendleton’s WWBn-W. Ooh-rah Marines!
This means we have officially two sets of troops going through Operation Game On as well as our other distinguished soldiers and of course the Wives of Warriors (WoW).
- September 9th: Sessions start for the Naval Medical Center San Diego (NMCSD) troops with lessons given by Ted Norby and his staff from the National University Golf Academy.
- September 10th: Sessions start for the Wounded Warrior Battalion West (WWBW) troops with lessons given by Matt Clay and Chris Lesson from the Del Mar Golf Center.
All of our Operation Game On sessions will continue to be held at the Del Mar Golf Center.
Thank you very much for your continued support. We are making a difference in a very important part of the lives of our returning combat-injured troops. They hear your prayers, they see your support, and they know that people like you are now watching their back. God Bless and continue to protect our troops!
- Merry Christmas and Happy New Year
- 2017 GOLF CLASSIC | Save the Date – Aug 14
- 3rd Annual 15-inch cup Challenge now held on 2/6/2017
- Veterans Day 2016
- Announcing: Combat Wounded Women Veterans Golf
- 2016 GOLF CLASSIC | Save the Date – Aug 15
- Veterans Day 2015
- 2nd Annual 15-Inch Cup Challenge
- 2015 Golf Classic – August 10, 2015
- OGO’s Home Town Veterans Golf Program
In Their Words
Golf reminds us to focus on the positive and overcome adversity. Some of our troops take a moment here to share what golf now means to them as they strive to regain confidence, balance, mobility and a positive attitude.