Tee it up for the Troops

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A golf game on the National Day of Golf is a great motivator for a wounded warrior.
A golf game on the National Day of Golf is a great motivator for a wounded warrior.

Tee it up for the Troops, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization established in 2005 by the family and friends of a soldier who enlisted in the United States Army after September 11, 2001. When the son was asked by his father what he needed, the son responded by asking his father to do something for the soldiers and their families back home. Tee it up for the Troops was created to honor that request and to recognize the needs of all veterans who have served and continue to serve this great nation.

Infrasupport is proud to be part of the flagship event every year at Mendakota Country Club on the Friday closest to September 11.  Each year, we work with other volunteers to connect participants with one or more US miltary units overseas.  These events are always rewarding, always emotional, and always memorable.

Here is a page with video and some pictures from the 2013 event.

Infrasupport also hosts a repository with thousands of pictures, videos, and slideshows from past events here.  Help yourself to anything you want.

And, of course, contact us if you want to become involved with Tee it up for the Troops and we’ll put you in touch with the right people.

 

Ceremonial wreath in honor of Gold Star Moms.
Ceremonial wreath in honor of Gold Star Moms.
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A Blackhawk helicopter “drops in” on Tee it up for the Troops 2009. The bald guy is Greg Scott recording video.
A Blackhawk helicopter “drops in” on Tee it up for the Troops 2009. The bald guy is Greg Scott recording video.
Touring the Blackhawk helicopter in 2009 after a safe landing at Mendakota Country Club.
Touring the Blackhawk helicopter in 2009 after a safe landing at Mendakota Country Club.
Greg Scott with Infrasupport helping connect KKMS Radio, AM 980, to the Internet for today’s onsite radio show. An Infrasupport firewall manages all the network traffic.
Greg Scott with Infrasupport helping connect KKMS Radio, AM 980, to the Internet for today’s onsite radio show. An Infrasupport firewall manages all the network traffic.