Attention all West Texas golfers, it's time again for the 13th Annual Casen's Crew for Children's Cardiomyopathy Golf Tournament on Saturday, August 26th. This is not only a fun golf tournament but it is also a fundraiser for children with heart problems right here in West Texas.

The Casen's Crew Golf Tournament "Fore" Children with Cardiomyopathy features a 4-man scramble that will take place at the Maxwell Golf Course located at 1002 South 23rd Street right here in Abilene. The tournament will benefit the Children's Cardiomyopathy Foundation (CCF) in West Texas.

Casen Steele Riley was born to Heather and Casey Riley. However, Casen was born with Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy (HCM). It's the second most common type of heart muscle disease and or disorder. HCM took its toll on Riley's adorable baby boy. Casen only lived six months, leaving the Riley family devastated. In order to continue celebrating little Casen's life, Heather and Casey have been hosting the Casen's Crew Fore Children's Cardiomyopathy Golf Tournament.

All funds raised at the event benefit the Children's Cardiomyopathy Foundation in Abilene. There are a couple of ways for you to sign up. First, there is online registration at the website.

Another way to sign up, download the application here or call Heather Riley at 325-370-6379, or return the completed application to Mrs. Riley.

The cost to sign up is only $400 for a foursome and includes the green fees, cart,
range balls, an awesome-looking Casen's Crew t-shirt, a Yeti cup, and a hamburger feast.

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