Wounded troops back in the swing

Hipps, Tim
February 2009
Soldiers;Feb2009, Vol. 64 Issue 2, p22
The article features the Salute Military Golf Association. It is stated that the organization has helped combat-wounded services get back to life by providing services including free instruction and practice facilities. The golf clinics are held at Olney Golf Club in Maryland and most of the soldiers who attend them come from hospitals such as the Walter Reed Army Medical Center. Former Professional Golfer's Association of America (PGA) Tour player Jim Estes created the association in 2008.


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