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.
2nd Vice President /
Director of Warrior Registration
Chaplain (Captain) Roger Benimoff enlisted in the U.S. Army in 1991. After 9/11, Roger mobilized with the Texas Army National Guard for the Homeland Defense mission. In 2003, Roger returned to active duty and deployed twice to Western & Northern Iraq. Roger finished his career at Brooke Army Medical Center where he medically retired in 2009.
1st Vice President /
Director of Operations
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.
3rd Vice President / Director of Marketing
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.
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
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.
Born and raised in Fort Worth, Justin followed in his family's foot steps in joining the Military, becoming the 5th generation to serve. Justin served 3 years with the 10th Mountain Division. He served 15 months overseas in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. During deployment, he participated in numerous combat missions.
David served 4 years as an infantryman with the 10th Mountain Division. He served 12 months in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom 2.5 in Baghdad, Iraq. During deployment, Huval was injured in an RPG attack while while on patrol in Baghdad.