Waste Management Open Golf Experience

Through the efforts of the Fxck Cancer Endurance Club, cancer fighter, Dean Soward, received the VIP treatment at the Waste Management Phoenix Open PGA golf tournament this past February in Phoenix, AZ. Friends & family joined Dean on this special experience filled with laughs, fun, and memories.

A few words from Dean’s good friend, Scott Chaffin…

“The Phoenix Open is referred to as the “People’s Open” for a reason and that is why it is was so special for Dean and his boys to be able to attend together this year as they have for the past several years.  Dean is a “people person” and loves spending time with family and friends.  They have made this an annual ritual for his 2 eldest boys to come down to visit for the week, starting with several rounds of golf, followed by attending the Phoenix open and watching some of their favorite players in person, placing bets among themselves and bantering back and forth about who is the best and culminating with a Super Bowl party on Sunday afternoon.  

This year, this was all made possible again by the Fxck Cancer organization.  It all started with a limo ride to the tournament’s front entrance.  We were then treated to admission into the tournament and the Club 1937 venue were food, drinks, seating and shade were all provided along with an amazing view of the 18th green to watch all of the golfers come in and have a front row seat to view.  The tickets provided were for the entire week, though Dean was only able to attend one of the days, the other days, the tickets were enjoyed by friends and family, some of which got to experience the tournament for the very first time, while others were seasoned veterans.  

We cannot thank Fxck Cancer enough for providing this special time for Dean and his family to once again experience one of their favorite annual traditions and create yet more memories of their time together doing what Dean loves most, being with friends and family!”

Fuck Cancer and Dyin 2 Live Dreams are programs of the F C Cancer Foundation, a 501c3 nonprofit organization.