2019 Warrior Classic at Turning Stone Resort and Casino

August 19, 2019 @ 7:00AM — 4:00PM

2019 Warrior Classic at Turning Stone Presented by NBT Bank

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Clear Path for Veterans 2019 Warrior Classic

Turning Stone Resort and Casino's Shenendoah Golf Course

August 19, 2019

The Clear Path for Veterans 2019 Warrior Classic golf tournament, presented by NBT Bank, will be held on Monday, August 19 at Turning Stone Resort and Casino’s Shenendoah Golf Course.

Golfers at the Warrior Classic will enjoy a continental breakfast starting at 7 a.m. before heading out to the links for a shotgun start at 8 a.m. The tournament will play captain and crew format and will be followed by a 1:00 p.m. dinner reception.

The dinner reception will include tournament awards, silent auction winner announcements and keynote speaker Clint Bruce. Awards will recognize: best overall score, straightest drive and longest drive; there will also be a putting contest and a car giveaway for a hole-in-one.

U.S. Navy SEAL Veteran, former NLF linebacker, and integral member of Team Never Quit, Clint Bruce will join us as the keynote speaker for the 2019 Warrior Classic. Bruce is one of the most decorated Navy athletes in the U.S. Naval Academy's history. After graduating, Bruce became an NFL linebacker and then made the decision to leave the NFL. He then completed Basic Underwater Demolition SEAL (BUDS) training in 1998 with Class 217, and reported to SEAL Team FIVE in Coronado. As a Navy SEAL Officer he deployed with three platoons in direct support of Counter-Terrorism Missions and the Global War on Terror.

Registration is $250 per golfer ($950 per foursome) and includes a round of golf, cart, swag bag, continental breakfast, dinner reception and awards.

Shenendoah offers 18 holes of PGA-level golf in a spectacular natural setting. Designed, constructed and maintained to TOUR standards at more than 7,000 yards, the course offers conditions normally reserved for TOUR professionals. In 2006, the Shenendoah Golf Club was host of the PGA National Club Professional Championship.