Photos: Injured U.S. Veterans' Golf Trip To Ireland\n13 Injured veterans venture to Ireland for a week of golf - and healing.\nRelated: Read more about Fairways For Freedom's trip to Ireland\nVeterans Christopher Bain and Michael Forte have some fun before teeing off at Ballyliffin's Old Course.\nThe group of 13 veterans, some of the Ambassadors and staff arrive in Belfast.\nPurple Heart recipient Ryan Scott-Fleming tees off to begin the first round at Rosapenna.\nA tribute to Old Tom Morris at Rosapenna.\nU.S. Marine Corps' Chris Nowak, at Ballyliffin's Old Links.\nU.S. Army Combat Medic Mindy Gaida, at Ballyliffin's Glashedy Links.\nFairways for Freedom's Dr. Patricia Donnelly.\nA young Rory McIlroy and Nick Faldo are framed at Ballyliffin's Old Course.\nThe veterans visited the Giant's Causeway, near Portrush.\nBallyliffin's General Manager John Farren (left) is coined by veteran Michael Forte.\nAmbassadors Henry Schwendiman and Chris Willander with veteran Chris Nowak and Roger Schiffman, at Ballyliffin's crossroads.\nCaddies looking on as veteran Mindy Gaida handles Ballyliffin's super-fast greens.\nAmbassador Randy Abood putts in a tough match with fellow Ambassador Stan Preston and veteran Mike McCombs (red sweater). \nAn Irish sunset over Rosapenna.\nAmbassador Jill Blanchard and veterans Molly Alesch, Michael Smith and Mindy Gaida enjoy the Giants' Causeway.\nVeteran Chris Nowak makes fast friends with Ballyliffin's caddies. \nThe Irish people love our veterans, like U.S. Army Sergeant John Girouard. \nPurple Heart recipient Ryan Scott-Fleming helps other veterans tell their stories.\nU.S. Army Special Ops veteran Terry Finley.\nThe Ambassadors who sponsored the trip: (back row, from left) George Anaipakos, George Skakel, Henry Schwendiman, Stan Preston; (front row, from left) Randy Abood, Jill Blanchard, Chris Willander and Scott Bulger.\nVeteran Javier Quintero takes his own shot (of Ambassador Stan Preston).\nDr. David Joseph, Clinical Psychologist and Director of the Oakland (CA) Veterans Center.\nVeteran Matt Crowley took to the game quickly.\nThis was hardly Irish weather! Veteran Bob Campagnone.