PAX on September 22nd, 2018 I will be hosting my 4th Annual 2018 Knapp Invitational Golf Scramble @ Tanglewood Golf Course in Taylorsville, KY. This year’s focus will be offering support to young “Vinceasarurus” Vince Caballero and the Caballero Family as they continue to kick cancer’s ass. Most people in F3 Louisville are aware of the battle that Josh (WeedWacker), Morgan (Mom), Vince, and Kaiden have been fighting. The Caballero Family received some positive news last week, but support in this fight is still needed. I’ve listed some words from WeedWacker and Morgan below for those know are unaware of the strength of Mr. Vince and his story!
There are currently 7 Team Slots available. I would love a strong F3 presence and fill up the 30 team scramble. If you would like to reserve a slot, please send me over a list names for the team. Details for the event are listed below. We’ve already received strong support in Hole Sponsorships and Donations. This will be an incredible event with your help!
Tanglewood Golf Course
245 Tangleood Ct, Taylorsville, KY 40071
Time: Saturday September 22nd Check-in @ Club House Starts at 7:45am; Shotgun Start @ 9:00am
Format: Foursome Teams – Cost $60 Per Person includes: Green Fee, Cart, Door Prize Entry, and prizes for the winning team and individual games.
Payment: You can Paypal me at Danknapp@insightbb.com or pay CASH at the event.
Sponsorships and Donations: Minimum $100 per hole. If you, your employer, or family has any items to donate to be raffled off, please let me know. We already have multiple items.
Raffles: Donated items will be raffled off after the event. You will have time to purchase tickets at check-in and when we’re off the course.
If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to me anytime via email (Dknapp@aircompressors.com), Slack, or my cell, 270-748-3177.
Thank you for the support-
A Message from Vince’s Parents-
“Vince was born February 12th 2014. He has been a blessing from the start. As you have heard he was diagnosed with cancer February 15th this year. He has a rare type of childhood cancer called Wilms Tumor. On February 19th Vince had a nephrectomy which was the removal of his kidney and a 2.5lb tumor. They also found 30 cancer nodules in his lungs. He is still fighting to get rid of what is now left (1 nodule). Vince was given a 32-34 week chemo plan along with 8 days of radiation. He has been through it all and still continues to amaze us. We cannot praise Vince enough for how well he has done through this all. He has surpassed all our expectations for such a young boy. To this point he is still the fun, energetic, smiling, dinosaur-loving little boy that he has always been. We praise God daily for helping to heal our little boy. Vince’s strength through this journey has kept us strong and held us together; we know that this strength is God shining through our inVinceable Vinceasaurus!”