The Golf For Heroes Charity Tournament
Entry fee includes: Green fee, range balls, towel and shared golf cart. Competition prizes: Closest-to-Pin, Longest Drive, Ping pong drop, and more. Hot lunch banquet and award ceremony to follow.
Four-person Scramble Format
$75 Military $100 Civilian $345 Foursome
18 holes with cart, range balls,proximity prizes, lunch and awards
2 drink tickets, apparel, a sleeve of balls, thermal water bottle, koozie and MORE!
Register to Play!
Sign up today to play and support a great cause! The Sea N Air Golf Club on Naval Air Station provides a great opportunity to enjoy a round of golf with your friends and loved ones. Register now before spots are full!
Something For Everyone!
Not every veteran is entitled to medical coverage once they leave the military. If a service member did not retire from the military, (medical or otherwise) he or she is not eligible for military coverage. Also, depending on the type of discharge, even more may not qualify.
The UNBATTLE PROJECT was founded to bridge that gap. We are here to provide the tools, the counseling, and support to active duty service members and veterans who would normally hide, bury or otherwise not disclose their problems. We can show them and their families that there is a future.
Original portrait was presented August 25, 2014 to his parents during a special event in Cupertino, California
Navy EOD1 Sean Carson
Assigned to an Explosive Ordinance Disposal (EOD) Mobile Unit based out of San Diego, California
Navy EOD1 Sean Carson died August 16, 2012 when the Black Hawk helicopter he was traveling in was shot down during a firefight with insurgents in Kandahar Province, Afghanistan. Also killed were Navy SO1 (SEAL) Patrick Feeks, Navy SO2 (SEAL) David Warsen, Army CWO3 Brian Hornsby, Army CWO2 Suresh Krause, Army SGT Richard Essex, and Army SGT Luis Galbreath. The rest of the team on a second Black Hawk landed nearby and for five hours engaged the enemy while recovering the remains of their fallen comrades.
Sean Carson grew up in Des Moines, Washington. After having some run-ins with the law, Sean decided that he wanted to turn his life around. After talking with a recruiter, he earned his GED and joined the Navy in May 1999. “He was a big, shy kid,” said his father, Pat Carson. “When he first joined, he wanted to be a SEAL.” He was recognized by his superior officers as being a good kid and after ten years, Sean became an Explosive Ordinance Disposal (EOD) Tech in 2009 supporting Naval Special Warfare units. After several tours as part of Operations Iraqi Freedom, New Dawn and Enduring Freedom, Sean selflessly volunteered to fill a critical manpower gap and was assigned as an EOD team leader deploying to Afghanistan. During this deployment from December 2011 to August 2012, Sean received the Bronze Star with Valor for his heroic achievements in connection with combat operations against the enemy.
Although his list of accomplishments were extensive, it wasn’t all that Sean Carson was. As his father had noted, Sean was a father and husband, dedicated to his family above all else. “When his daughter was born, that’s when he really changed his attitude about things,” said Pat. “He was focused in a different direction. His daughter was his entire life.”
EOD1 Sean Carson was 32 years old from Des Moines, Washington
Highlights from Past Events
The Annual Camo for a Cause 5K is a beautiful course mapped out along the water, lots of fun booths and vendors, music throughout the trail to keep you pumped as well as SDSU cheer leaders and Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts from local troops. We also have camo face painting station, bounce house for the kids, and of course festive Camo for a Cause 5k t-shirts, camo bandana, bibs, and finisher medal for first man and woman!
100% of the proceeds goes directly back to supporting our mission.
What You NEED to Know
CEO & FOUNDER
Lilach Harris serves as CEO and primary mental health provider of THE UNBATTLE PROJECT. She is a licensed marriage and family therapist based in San Diego, CA. She provides treatment for relationship issues including: infidelity, communication problems, occupational issues, infertility, parenting, military related issues and more. She also provides treatment for professional High Risk Operators (Military Special Forces, Police, Fire Fighters and other first responders) in order to reduce the likelihood of further trauma to the individual and the family. You can find more information about Lilach Harris from her website: www.lilachharris.com.