Who We Serve

We offer services to combat wounded veterans as well as their families, from all combat eras. We define a combat wounded veteran as someone who has:

  • Served in a combat theater and sustained a physical, mental, and/or emotional injury
  • Received an Honorable Discharge

Eligibility

You are eligible to apply if you were deployed to the below areas.
War Zone Veterans, All Eras, Including:

  • World War II – 7 December 1941 to March 1946
  • Korean War – 27 June 1950 to 27 July 1954
  • Vietnam War – 28 February 1961 to 7 May 1975
  • Lebanon – 25 August 1982 to 26 February 1984
  • Grenada – 23 October 1983 to 21 November 1983
  • Panama – 20 December 1989 to 31 January 1990
  • Persian Gulf – 2 August 1990 to …
  • Somalia – 17 September 1992 to …
  • Bosnia – 21 November 1995 to 1 November 2007
  • Kosovo – 24 March 1999 to …
  • Operation Joint Endeavor/Guard/Forge – 24 March 1999 to …
  • Global War on Terrorism – 11 September 2001 to …
  • Operation Enduring Freedom – 7 October 2001 to …
  • Operation Iraqi Freedom – 19 March 2003 to 17 February 2010
  • Operation New Dawn – 17 February 2010 to …

Juan Velazquez

“I fought wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, but the greatest war I have ever fought was coming back home and tying to live a normal live. Fairways for Warriors drew me out of that darkness and gives me a reason to live.”     Read More >

Testimonials

Yaritza Perez

“Fairways for Warriors saved my life. Had it not been for Fairways for Warriors I don’t know where I would be today or whether or not I would even be here. They made me feel human again.”     Read More >

Robert “BJ” Jackson Jr.

“It is helping mind, body, and spirit heal and helps us find our “NEW NORMAL”. For this, I am proud to say Fairways for Warriors is my NEW UNIFORM.”     Read More >

We provide hope and are changing lives. When a combat veteran returns from the front lines their personal battle is just beginning. The sad truth is that 22 veterans commit suicide every day in the U.S. – that is one every 65 minutes. Several of our wounded veterans have stated that if we hadn’t provided them with hope, they too may have committed suicide.

Angel Morales

The way Angel Morales Jr. sees it, watching Golf Channel saved his life. 
In July 2014 Morales was one of thousands of former veterans struggling to cope with becoming a civilian.    
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