The Veterans Golf Classic, held annually in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, is excited to announce a new partnership with the Disabled Veterans National Foundation. Entering its 17th year, the Veterans Golf Classic is a 54 hole golf tournament with two-person teams in which at least one player must be a former or active duty member of the United States military. DVNF, founded in 2007, exists to provide critically needed support to disabled and at-risk veterans who leave the military wounded.
“This is such a great partnership for both organizations,” said Jeff Monday, Tournament Director for the Veterans Golf Classic. “The services, support and information that DVNF provides to US Military Veterans is outstanding, and we are excited to promote their organization through our tournament platform. I know our participants will truly appreciate their involvement in the event, and what they are going to bring to the table.
To learn more about Disabled Veterans National Foundation, click here.