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$15,000 In prizes!

We're going over the top for our first annual Warrior Companion golf outing and giving away over $15,000 in prizes during the tournament!

Check out these prizes

$3,500 Hole In One Contest

Sink the hole in one and win $3,500


Start practicing that swing!

$600 Krank Golf Hero Driver

Who will win this handmade driver? Rules will be announced at the tournament.  


Swing faster, straighter, longer and harder with this titanium driver.

Closest To The Pin

We're going to have special prizes for both 1st and 2nd place positions for closest to the pin

Gift Cards To The Pro Shop

Multiple gift cards of varying amounts will be given away for use at the Pro Golf Shop

The $10,000 Gift Bag!

All players will be eligible to receive virtual gift bag with nearly $10,000 of stuff on it.

Replay Vouchers

Every golfer automatically receives a deep discounted voucher to come back and play the course again! 

The Venue

The Hills of Lakeway

26 Club Estates Parkway
Austin, TX, US
78734 


Using the natural Austin Hill Country landscape, each and every round of golf is enjoyable, from tee to green.

Schedule

9:00am Guest Arrival Time

9:00am Registration Starts

11:00am Tournament Starts

6:30pm Dinner 

  • Beverage Cart Available To Purchase Drinks
  • Silent Auction
  • Registration Gifts
  • Vouchers for additional rounds of golf at Jack Nicklaus courses
  • Free golf balls and divot repair tool
  • Lunch and Dinner included
  • Michael Furrh 8 Foot Clubs Trick Shot "Cheat4Charity"

What The Warrior Companion Foundation Does

And Why We Do It...

 

Warrior Companion is a nonprofit founded to provide pet insurance for the service animals of disabled veterans.

Disabled veterans often have to sell many personal belongings just to care for their service animal.

This is because disabled veterans that are not 100% service connected disability do not qualify for coverage from the VA for their service animal.

When our founder Jack Bodolosky discovered that his fellow brothers and sisters were selling personal items such as their cars, tv's and other personal items just to take their service animal to the veterinarian, he knew he had to take action to help them.

Service animals are expensive to train so it's critical that the animal receives the proper care to provide them with a long and healthy life.  The longer they can stay with their veteran the better it is for both the animal and the veteran that desperately needs them to function.

If you know a veteran in need share our Veteran Application with them by clicking here.

You can help sponsor the care of an animal when you donate by clicking here.


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