Tour Veteran: Ed Dougherty's story
Ed Dougherty discovered golf in the Vietnam War. When he returned home, he developed his new passion and became a champion player of the game.
Tour Veteran: Dougherty's time at Kham Duc
Champions Tour player Ed Dougherty talks about being involved in the Vietnam War battle of Kham Duc, where he received a Purple Heart ad two Bronze Stars for his service. Ed had a camera with him during the battle and took the photos himself that you'll see in this sneak peek of Tour Veteran. See more of Ed's story during Morning Drive on Veterans Day on Golf Channel.
Tour Veteran: Dougherty fueled by golf
Champions Tour player Ed Dougherty discovered golf when he was in Vietnam. During base camp, he used a bamboo stick to hit toilet paper rolls into mortar pits. When he came home, he took a job at Edgmont Country Club near Philadelphia. Assistant pro Al Balukas pushed Ed to get better in this sneak peek of Tour Veteran. See more of Ed's story during Morning Drive on Veterans Day on Golf Channel.
Holiday special: Tips for Veterans Day
Michael Breed does a preview of The Golf Fix Veteran's Day special where he helps a Veteran using SwingFix. Watch Morning Drive Weekdays 7AM ET on Golf Channel.
Tiger and fellow players give thanks on Veterans Day
Wednesday, Nov. 11, is Veterans Day. The golf world took to social media to thank those who have served in the United States military.
11 Hours 11 Rounds for Veterans Day
Golf Academy of America student in Dallas, Michael McVeigh, successfully plays 11 rounds in less than 11 hours while raising money for Salute Military Golf Association, which aids wounded veterans.