Operation Support Military Golf travels to Washington D.C.
In full support of the great game of golf, Operation Support Military Golf (OSMG) participates in its second WE ARE GOLF event, National Golf Day.
April 24th & 25th 2018 (WASHINGTON, D.C.) – National Golf Day is dedicated to showcasing golf as a wide reaching value to both individual’s physical and mental wellbeing and our countries economy. Day one consisted of the cleanup and refurbishment of the National Mall with almost 200 volunteers from the golf industry. Day two was twofold, meetings with members of both the House and Senate in regards to the many benefits golf brings to the environment, economy and personal character of individuals that play the game, as well as an OSMG informational set up in the Rayburn Foyer to both introduce OSMG to visitors of National Golf Day and educate the public to the challenging situation military golf finds itself in due to it’s non-appropriated funding.
“We cannot thank Steve Mona, World Golf Foundation, CEO and Peggy Norton, WE ARE GOLF Project Manager enough for the invitation to be a involved in such an import day for golf and their personal support of OSMG’s mission, Reviving the Golf Courses that Revitalize Our Heroes TM. It’s a privilege to be involved in such an important day for this amazing game, says Jennifer Poth,” OSMG Chairman & CEO.
In addition, with the goal of continuously introducing OSMG, in route to and from D.C., Jennifer and her father Lt. Col. John Poth, USAF Ret. made stops in North Carolina at USAF Seymour Johnson’s Three Eagles Golf Course, Virginia at USA Fort Lee’s Cardinal Golf Club, and South Carolina at USAF Shaw’s Carolina Lakes Golf Club.