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How One Man Went from Iraq War Amputee to Golf Champion

In 2007 U.S. Army Corporal Chad Pfeifer lost his leg in the Iraq War. During rehab the active athlete was introduced to golf as a means of physical therapy and to help him adjust to his new prosthetic leg. Seven years later, hes become an avid and talented golfer whos using his game as a platform to help others.
News & Tours

How golf saved Tim Lang, military veteran

By Tim Rosaforte From the May 27 edition of Golf World Monday: Ret. Lance Corporal Tim Lang will stand on the first tee in the Patriot Cup today in Oklahoma and recognize Memorial Day...
Monday, 5/27/2013 at 9:23AM
News & Tours

Welcome diversion

U.S. Captain Erik Olsen with the Central Command Iraq enjoys some muchdeserved R&R at a makeshift driving range in Baghdad. Golf Digest shipped acare package of clubs, balls, tees and some outdoor carpet to the...
Thursday, 12/10/2009 at 3:22PM
Golf Digest,
Magazines / Editors' Blog

Growing the game in Iraq and Afghanistan

The most satisfying letters we get are from readers who like something we've done. When those customers are members of the armed services, grateful for a copy of Golf Digest or Golf World, or a...
Wednesday, 9/16/2009 at 6:04PM
Magazines / Editors' Blog

Golfers Honor Our Troops

If your main concern today is a missed putt that kept you from breaking 90, welcome to the Dagger Driving Range at the Ridgefield Country Club (Middle East). This golfing outpost in Baghdad is named...
Saturday, 5/23/2009 at 10:12PM
Golf Tours & News

Shapiro: Recovery Shots

Severely wounded veterans return to the States and find healing, hope in the game of golf
Golf Instruction

Butch Harmon: Thanks to our troops

An emotional week in Iraq proves golf is a common bond
February 2008

Patriot Act

F-16 fighter pilot Dan Rooney wants to use golf to help the families of soldiers killed in the war
August 2007
Dan Rooney,
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