Hope you brought some tissues because this video is pretty intense. Sergeant First Class Bryane Greene surprised his son Bryane Green Jr. at the Quicken Loans National after caddying on the final two holes for Rickie Fowler. Greene had been gone for three and a half years in Afghanistan and Kuwait.
It’s an intense and endearing moment, and a good reminder of what a lot of these tournaments do for charity as well as to honor the military. The Quicken Loans National is especially intent on the military aspect as it provides 30,000 complimentary tickets annually.
“It is our goal to take our military appreciation program to the next level,” Quicken Loans National tournament director Mike Antolini said last year.
“We want to honor members of our armed forces with on-site experiences that will create lasting memories for them and their families. The Quicken Loans National celebrates the things that matter most in American life: family, community, military appreciation and achievement. We are proud to appreciate their contributions to our country at the Quicken Loans National.”