Support Us

The goal of this project is to provide an opportunity for injured service members and veterans who have sustained physical or mental wounds in combat zones, so they can find healing through sport. For many people, it’s been difficult interacting with the outside world because their injuries prevent them from doing things like golf – but now you don’t need any previous experience! We’ll teach how to play during our retreats which ends up being great fun too since we all share stories about what inspired us while playing together as well. Let’s show our appreciation for our fellow veterans and help them transition back into civilian life!


Become a Mentor/Benefactor

We are seeking Mentor Benefactors to travel on our retreats and take a Mentor’s role for a transitioning Special Operator. Fund 1-2 wounded special operators and travel with them to one of our golf retreats. Spend the week getting to know them, assessing their transition needs and developing a support plan to aid them. We supply the resources, the venue, and world-class golf. You provide your experience, generosity, and patriotism by becoming a mentor to one of America’s best.


Donate to SOWGF – and at the same time, support our partners

SOWGF raises funds to cover its retreat and some administrative costs. What’s unique about us is that we are simultaneously supporting our benevolent partners. All our retreats have onsite physical and mental health therapy to assist an immediate need. However, care for wounded warriors takes more than the span of a week-long golf retreat – therefore our connection to our partners is a must – they provide the long-term support, while we monitor the warrior’s needs and sustain connections through their transition.


Our Partners

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Connect With Us Today

Please contact our Administrative Coordinator with any questions or comments.


400 N Ashley Drive, Suite 1900
Tampa, Florida 33602

Office Hours
Monday-Friday: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

(813) 712-8742


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