While we’re in the heart of the season of majors, there are other majors—as well as lieutenants, privates, sergeants, captains, and corporals—golfers should be thinking about, America’s soldiers and veterans. One way to help them is by playing in the third annual “World’s Largest Golf Outing,” to be held around the county on Monday, August 12, to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project. The outing is hosted by course owner-operator Billy Casper Golf on 110 of their facilities in 28 states and is open to golfers of all abilities, no handicap required. Entry fees vary and along with golf, cart, range balls, lunch, awards, contests, and prizes include a donation to WWP, a non-partisan organization that honors and empowers injured servicemen and women, some of whom will play in the event. Last year more than 7,800 golfers participated. This year, participants will be encouraged to post photos and updates during the day. For more information, locations of participating courses, and registration, go to worldslargestgolfouting.com.