Warrior Golf Open returns December 13 to benefit Warrior Companion and Camp Hope


The Warrior Golf Open travels across the country to some of the country’s most exclusive golf courses, advocating for the causes of veterans and first responders in need. Hosted by Jack bodolosky, Combat Army medic and Brandon casella, Infantry combat 11B, the Warrior Golf Tournament regularly leverages tangible support for Warrior Companion and Camp Hope to continue their mission to improve the lives and well-being of service members.

The tournament will start on December 13, 2021 To 7:00 a.m. and will include breakfast, fundraising opportunities, a raffle where one will receive a round of golf for two at the famous Pebble Beach Golf Course, and a unique opportunity to explore Reunion Resort’s Arnold palmer the 6,916-meter engaging game course while cultivating meaningful and lasting change for the best in our country.

Recent societal events have brought thousands of service members home from our country, where many are struggling with PTSD, trauma and the rising cost of veterinary care. By participating in the Warrior Golf Open, participants contribute more than their time and finances to a great cause; they join a united coalition dedicated to the defense of those who courageously defended the American flag at all costs.

To learn more about the Warrior Golf Open and the Warrior Companion, please visit: https://warriorgolf.us/

About Warrior Companion

The Companion Warrior is a Texas and new York-based on 501 (c) (3) dedicated to helping disabled veterans and servicemen who depend on service dogs cover the high cost of pet insurance. Founded by combat veteran Jack Bodolosky in 2014, Warrior Companion breaks the status quo by highlighting the pervasive issues that veterans with disabilities face every day. Over 26% of veterans have a service-related disability, and although many rely on assistance dogs to navigate daily life, the cost of owning an assistance dog can be out of reach with a fixed income. Warrior Companion, a DBA of Companion Animal Foundation, provides the pet insurance required to care for service animals of all breeds and sizes.

Press contact:

Jack bodolosky
(512) 820-6446

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