Sawgrass. Chris? 3 3 00-0500-0555-1:00:12-1:17It has become an annual tradition on Wednesday of Players week. The opening of the Patriots Outpost between the 16th and 18th holes, for military members and their families to take a break from walking the course and be around people they share similar backgrounds with. SOT Tyler Steinle - Received TPC Summerlin Membership 9:21 It's nice seeing all these military families, and our brothers and sisters reunite. Once you get out, other than some close friends, you don't get to see military people or be around it. VO Tyler Steinle retired from the military after receiving several injuries from IED blasts in Afghanistan in 2009 and 2010. He said today that he has been around the game of golf for 10 to 15 years. Today, the PGA Tour awarded him a membership to TPC Summerlin in Las Vegas, near where he lives. SOT 9:05 It's a gorgeous course, something I couldn't afford on my salary, so this is awesome. SOT David Pillsbury - President PGA Tour Properties 07:04 This is the least we can do for our men and women in uniform. To take a day out of this great tournament to say thank you and extend our appreciation for the sacrifices they make 365 days a year, which allows us to do this stuff, is really an honor for the PGA Tour. VO The PGA Tour has had a partnership with Birdies for the Brave for 7 years now, and players on tour always enjoy talking to the men and women who serve. Kyle Stanley - PGA Tour Player 6:28 It was pretty powerful. I've never really been a part of something like this. It's great to see this, and see the tour do this. SOT The outpost will be open for the rest of the tournament and is open to military members past and present as well as their families. SOT 7:58 It's just been a home run. We will have 30,000 people in uniform take advantage of the outpost this week.