NTWGA Warrior Ambassadors
NTWGA Board of Directors
Jason is a 10-year veteran of USAF Security Forces. He served in the Middle East during Gulf War I and also served a post 9-11 tour in Afghanistan. Jason is a service-connected disabled veteran. Jason is an accomplished golfer with college experience and as an amateur participant on the Nike Tour.
LTC Patrick Martin has commanded at the platoon, battery, battalion levels, deployed overseas twice, and served as an Adjunct Instructor for Command and General Staff College prior to deployment to Iraq in 2010.
Upon re-deployment, LTC Martin retired in June 2011 after 29 ½ years of service.
Patrick Turner is a retired US Army veteran of 34 years service, active and reserve. He served a total of 24 months in Iraq and Afghanistan. He was the NTWGA Treasurer for 3+ years and now serves as a VIce President. He served in several executive capacities in civilian life for over 25 years, primarily in the logistics industry.
Patrick served for 34 years in the U.S. Army (active/ reserve), and is now retired. He was employed in several executive level positions in the civilian world. He served two years in Iraq and Afghanistan and is a VA rated 90% disabled veteran.
Warrior Ambassadors are active participants in our program and are authorized representatives of NTWGA. Warrior Ambassadors lead foursomes at internal and external events and serve as mentors to novice warrior golfers.
Secretary / Treasurer
Steven is a Veteran of the Marine Corps where he served as a Forward Observer. During his time he served in Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom; 2004-2005. Steven was a participant of the 2017 NTWGA Clinic and now serves as the Treasurer for the organization. He currently holds the position of CFO for a municipality in North Texas.
Curtis is a 15-year veteran of the US Marine Corps, serving in the Infantry and the USMC Security Forces. in 2006, Curtis served as an individual augment to II Marine Expeditionary Force as Operations Chief of Iraqi Police. While in Iraq, he sustained injuries to his back.
Josh is an DFW native and Army veteran who served as a Long Range Surveillance team member during the OIF invasion and continued to serve until injuries forced him out of service in late 2004.
David Huval served as an infantryman with the 10th Mountain Division. He deployed to Iraq for 12 months in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. During deployment, Huval was injured in an RPG attack while while on patrol in Baghdad. Huval has been with the NTWGA for four years, since going through the NTWGA clinic in 2015.
Andrew E. White fully retired from the US Army. He served in support of OIF, OEF, MFO, & ONE. Andrew has been with NTWGA since 2016, a graduate of the Golf Academy of America and service connected disabled veteran. White is currently a federal employee working as a recruiter.
Ray Griffiss served in the U.S. Army as a gunner on a MIA2 Main Battle Tank and later as a Cav Scout wit the 10th Mountain Division. He deployed to both Korea and Afghanistan. Griffiss transferred to NTWGA in 2016 after completing the American Golfer Program in 2014, while living in New York. His involvement with NTWGA has deepened his love for golf.
Gilbert Ramón served 20 Years in the U.S. Marine Corps. Ramon served in Operation Southern Watch, Iraqi Freedom and as a Detachment Commander at the U.S. Embassy in Kabul Afghanistan. Ramón went through the 2017 NTWGA Clinic.
Robert served 23 years in the U.S. Marine Corps where he served in the infantry/ military police and has multiple deployments to Iraq. Robert is a Purple Heart recipient and a service-connected disabled veteran. Robert recently graduated from the 2018 NTWGA clinic.