Our Mission:  Warriors on the Green (WOTG) is a non-profit and volunteer organization dedicated to using the game of golf to improve the lives of our wounded, ill or injured service members, veterans and their families. 

Our Vision

With dedicated year-round golf training facilities and programs, an increased number of our wounded, ill, or injured active-duty service members and veterans will gain new confidence and skills, connect with others like themselves, and begin living more meaningful and happier lives.

Our Story

Over 10 years ago, Army Colonel Fred Swope, the Garrison Commander at Fort Campbell, KY, shared an extraordinary idea with the late Ken Peck, a paraplegic who relearned the game of golf without the use of his legs. The idea was to design and construct dedicated golf facilities for wounded and disabled service members and veterans, giving them more than the public driving range. This idea quickly gained momentum, a 501 (c) non-profit was formed, and advocates have helped lay the groundwork for today’s WOTG.

Our Team

Thanks to the generosity of our Board of Directors, which covers all of our overhead, 100% of your donation will go directly to supporting WOTG.

Jeff Foulk - WOTG Board Chair

Jeff Foulk

Board Chair​

Clark Dutterer - WOTG Chief Communications & Brand Officer

Clark Dutterer​

Chief Communications & Brand Officer

Gianna Rojas - WOTG Board Member

Gianna Rojas

"One-Handed Lady Golfer"

WOTG Updates

SSG George Jordan golfing with friends
Announcements

Retired Army Veteran Reclaims His Life Through Golf

For SSG George Jordan, the game of golf has helped the retired Army veteran reclaim his life.  Twenty years in the U.S. Army and multiple ...
Announcements

Veterans Day Concert Highlights WOTG

Four war veterans from World War II, Korea and Operation Iraqi Freedom were honored at the Veterans Day Concert in downtown Baltimore on November 10.  ...
External News

New HBO Documentary Puts a Much-Needed Face to Complex Veteran Struggles with PTSD

Source: By: J.D. Simkins, Military Times “When I first got back home from Afghanistan, my dad was like, ‘Hey, if you ever want to talk, ...
SSG George Jordan golfing with friends
Announcements

Retired Army Veteran Reclaims His Life Through Golf

For SSG George Jordan, the game of golf has helped the retired Army veteran reclaim his life.  Twenty years in the U.S. Army and multiple ...
Announcements

Veterans Day Concert Highlights WOTG

Four war veterans from World War II, Korea and Operation Iraqi Freedom were honored at the Veterans Day Concert in downtown Baltimore on November 10.  ...
External News

New HBO Documentary Puts a Much-Needed Face to Complex Veteran Struggles with PTSD

Source: By: J.D. Simkins, Military Times “When I first got back home from Afghanistan, my dad was like, ‘Hey, if you ever want to talk, ...

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