MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – The West Virginia College golf workforce is teaming up with the Folds of Honor Basis to public sale off the golf bag that fifth-year senior Mark Goetz carried in The 2021 Patriot All-America at The Wigwam Arizona this previous December.
Every year, Folds of Honor identifies a fallen soldier from every invited participant’s dwelling or faculty to be honored throughout the occasion. Goetz carried a golf bag donated by PING embroidered with a fallen soldier’s identify – Military Nationwide Guard Employees Sergeant Daniel L. Arnold.
Arnold, of Montrose, Pennsylvania, was assigned to the 1st Battalion, 109th Infantry Regiment, 28th Infantry Division, Pennsylvania Military Nationwide Guard in New Milford, Pennsylvania. Arnold, 27, was killed Sept. 28, 2005, when his M2A2 Bradley Combating Automobile was attacked by enemy forces utilizing oblique hearth in Ramadi, Iraq. Arnold is survived by his spouse and his two sons. Each of his kids are recipients of the Folds of Honor Scholarship.
Goetz, a local of Greensburg, Pennsylvania, competed in opposition to the very best newbie golfers on the earth within the invitation-only occasion. Goetz, who turned WVU’s first NCAA particular person qualifier and the primary golfer in class historical past to earn All-America honors, was the stroke-play medalist out of 312 golfers on the 121st U.S. Beginner at Oakmont Nation Membership final yr.
Followers can bid on-line at https://bit.ly/WVUGolfAuction or obtain the LiveSource app to your cellphone.