Tech for Troops - Empowering Veterans with computers, skills, and Information Technology (IT) work force training

Support Tech for Troops in our most important fundraiser of the year!

Join us on Sept 11, 2023 for our Annual Golf Tournament

McGeorge Toyota Par 3 Hole in one prize: 2023 Tacoma Truck

 Due to circumstances beyond our control the vehicle is no longer available.

Register a team to join us for a fun-filled day that, in turn, supports Veterans and their continued development into the workforce.  You can build a team and sponsor part of the tournament by clicking the links below:   

Remember, no personal coolers or outside beverages are permited on course.

Proper dress is required.  (i.e. : collared shirts, no cut-offs, denim, halter tops, short shorts, etc.)

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Participating Sports Celebrities

Drafted by the Oakland Athletics in  2008. A local boy from Portsmouth, Va and went to college at VMI in Lexington, Va.  As a left handed pitcher, Trey became VMI’s career wins leader. In 2007,  he helped lead the Pilots to the CPL Championship Game.


Rod Langway was born to a US military family in Taipei, Taiwan and is the only NHL player to have been born there. Rod may be best known as “The Secretary of Defence” as a 2 time Norris Trophy winner as the top defensive player in the National Hockey League.  He is a Stanley Cup Champion, Hall of Fame inductee, and NHL all star.   Langway’s jersey number (#5) was retired by the Washington Capitals in 1997.

Stock Car Racing:

Unlike most race car drivers who have been racing karts since early childhood, South Boston, Virginia, native Colin Garrett didn’t begin racing until he was almost 15 years old.

His very first year of racing was 2015, when he ran a Pure Stock car and finished 8th in points at his hometown track, South Boston Speedway.

In 2016, his second season racing, Colin successfully transitioned to a NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Limited Late Model Stock Car and finished 4th in points at South Boston Speedway.

In just his third racing season, Colin was South Boston Speedway’s 2017 Limited Sportsman Division Champion and broke the track’s qualifying speed record twice during the season.

In 2018, his fourth season racing, Colin raced in both the K&N Pro Series East and the Late Model Division. Although he missed the first 2 races of the K&N Pro Series, he still finished 10th in points for the season.

In 2019, he began racing in Xfinity and Gander Outdoors Truck Series while still racing in the K&N Pro Series and Super Late Model. He promoted the veteran suicide prevention services provided by nonprofit Racing For Heroes throughout the 2019 season on all of his racing vehicles.

In 2020, entered the Xfinity Series with team owner Sam Hunt, helping to start Hunt’s new Xfinity Series team. In order to continue to promote nonprofits Racing For Heroes and The Rosie Network on the car, they crowdfunded for Daytona. Exceeding their goal of $200k, Colin was also able set aside enough to pay for a veteran’s stem cell treatments for MS caused by exposure to chemicals while on active duty. The COVID shutdown threw the season into turmoil, but they were very successful in the races they were able to run. Because there was no qualifying and it was a new team they started at the back, but finished races as high as P14.

In 2021, amidst the continuing challenges of COVID, Garrett still found a way to make NASCAR history. Partnering with blind PhD chemist Hoby Wedler

, he ran the first NASCAR ride with a Braille paint scheme to promote awareness of the need for accessibility.

Candids from our 2023 Tournament