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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Mike Betz
Golf has become the guiding light for the Wallace family, helping them repair their lives and get through very difficult times.
Golf has become a guiding light for the Wallace family, helping them repair their lives and get through some very difficult times.
"Golf becomes part of their rehab," said Betz, the ECA's military student initiative general manager. "Then they go out and chase that little white ball and there's something restorative."
Betz said corporations see the value of hiring veterans, prizing their ability to get things done and their leadership skills.