The military has introduced golf training equipment that will be distributed to veterans to help them increase their golf game.

The U.S. military says it has distributed 6,200 golf training kits and a limited number of golf equipment to veterans since the beginning of the year.

The U.K. and Germany have also launched similar programs.

The military says the golf equipment is made of “toxic” material, which makes it more durable than standard golf balls and makes it easier to play.

It also says the kits are designed to work with a variety of equipment and equipment attachments, including scooters, backpacks, golf clubs and balls.

Veterans who want to get a head start in golf can register for the new program through the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) website, which allows anyone with a DOD ID to receive the kit.

Veteran organizations, like the U. S. Military Association, have also been helping veterans get golf equipment.

The DLA says that it is now accepting applications for its golf training program.