- The Washington Times - Thursday, June 29, 2017
Quicken Loans teamed up with The American Red Cross Service to the Armed Forces Wednesday to honor Sergeant First Class Bryane Greene and bring him home to his family. 
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SFC Greene served in Afghanistan and Kuwait for the past 3.5 years.

Greene caddied for Rickie Fowler on the 17th and 18th holes of Wednesday’s Pro-AM and was reunited with his family as he walked off the 18th green.

“It was really cool. I told him I was nervous on the tee shot,” Fowler said. “I was like, I’ve got to hit a good one for you and get the hole started in the right direction, and then the same thing into the green. I’m like, I want to make sure they think you’re a good caddie, at least hit the green and keep it fun for both of us.”

“I think everyone’s seen a lot of homecoming videos, and if you don’t get teary-eyed at least, then there’s something wrong with you,” Fowler said.

“And having that feeling coming down the fairway, walking to the green, sharing that moment with him and being able to see him share that special moment with his kids behind the 18th green is definitely something I’ll never forget.”


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