Healing Heroes
Golf Tournament


Healing Heroes Golf Tournament
Boulder Canyon Golf Club
Saturday, September 10th, 2022

Special Guests • Speakers • Silent Auction • Prizes • Grab Bags • Dinner • Wheel of Fortune Game • AR Ball Launcher • Slingshot • More

  • This is a 4-person golf scramble tournament with all proceeds going to heal our nation’s heroes at Sacred Mountain Retreat Center.
  • Shotgun start at 9:00am at Boulder Canyon Golf Club.
  • Each team of 4 must have at least one Veteran, First Responder or Gold Star Family member.
  • Register early, as there are a limited number of team spots available.

Special Guest: Dana Bowman

Dana Bowman has astounded the nation and the world with his drive, determination, and will to succeed. He is a retired First Class Sergeant with the U.S. Army where he was a Special Forces Soldier and a member of the U.S. Army’s elite parachute team, the Golden Knights. Dana Bowman is a double amputee. He lost his legs in an accident during the annual Golden Knights training in Yuma, Arizona, in 1994.

On February 6,1994, Bowman gained worldwide attention when he and his teammate Sgt. Jose Aguillon collided in midair during the team’s annual training. Bowman and Aguillon were practicing a maneuver known as the Diamond Track. The maneuver calls for the jumpers to streak away from each other for about a mile and then turn 180 degrees and fly back toward each other crisscrossing in the sky. Bowman and Aguillon had demonstrated the Diamond Track more than fifty times without a mistake, but this time was different.

Rather than crisscrossing, the two skydivers slammed into each other at a combined speed of 300 miles per hour. Aguillon died instantly. Bowman’s legs were severed from his body, one above the knee and one below the knee. Bowman’s parachute opened on impact. He was taken to a hospital in Phoenix where doctors closed his leg wounds and stopped his internal bleeding.

Nine months later, he turned this tragedy into a triumph when he became the first double amputee to re-enlist in the United States Army. Bowman re-enlisted in the United States Army airborne style, skydiving with his commander into the ceremony, making his dream a reality. This achievement is just one example of Bowman’s many successes under adverse circumstances.


Hole Sponsor – $1000
18 Available

  • Hole signage with logo
  • Name or logo on all media and marketing materials
  • Recognition on tournament website with link to your company site
  • Recognition on Facebook event page
  • Logo on banner at event

T-box Sponsor – $500
18 Available

  • T-box signage with logo
  • Recognition on tournament website with link to your company site
  • Logo on banner at event

Hero Sponsor – $250
Unlimited Available

  • Sponsor a Hero for the tournament
  • Recognition on card for hero you sponsor