Branches Of Military Compete In Fox Hollow Golf Club Tournament 2009: Different Branches

Branches of military compete in Fox Hollow Golf Club tournament

For once, the different branches of the United States military will battle each other, although it will be on the golf course.
Fox Hollow Golf Club in Trinity will host the Inaugural Military Muster Charity Golf Tournament on March 23, which will team up current or former members of the four branches of the military and let them play golf against each other. “I knew that I just had to have this down here,” said organizer Donnie Austin, an Army veteran who lost his left leg below the knee in a training mission. “It’s going to be a pretty cool deal for any of the vets there, and we’re really stoked about the whole thing and we hope and plan to have it every year now.” Austin was invited to play a similar event hosted annually by Fox Hollow’s sister course, the Fox Hopyard Golf Club in Connecticut. After having a blast and seeing the participation from the community, he decided to host one at the course in Trinity. Austin already has 110 golfers signed up, with 22 spots still available. The course will also allow about 200 spectators to watch. The event will begin with a noon shotgun start, and Austin is working on having a Coast Guard helicopter fly over and land on the driving range at 11:30 a.m. Cost is $125 per golfer. Proceeds from the event will go to Disabled American Veterans Chapter 78, which is the New Port Richey chapter of the organization, whose purpose is to build better lives for disabled veterans and their families.
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