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Birdies for The Brave

Show your support for America’s heroes by wearing Birdies For The Brave® Survival Straps® products.

The men and women of our Armed Services all make incredible sacrifices to keep us free and safe. Birdies for the Brave® is a military outreach initiative proudly supported by the PGA TOUR that is dedicated to supporting the brave men and women of the U.S. Armed Forces and their families. Since 2005, the TOUR has joined with PGA TOUR players and corporate partners to raise money for military homefront groups that provide critical programs and services to meet the specialized needs of wounded warriors and military families.

Birdies for the Brave has raised and donated millions of dollars that benefits eight different military homefront groups approved by the Department of Defense. These organizations include Homes for Our Troops, Special Operations Warrior Foundation, Wounded Warrior Project, Operation Homefront, Navy SEAL Foundation, Military Warriors Support Foundation, United Through Reading and Green Beret Foundation.

Show your support by purchasing the gear below. 25% of the sale price will be donated to Birdies for the Brave!

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