Clayton Dabney 2019 Fall Golf Outing



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Bear Creek Country Club
3500 Bear Creek Court
Dallas, Texas 75261

Join Clayton Dabney for Kids with Cancer for the 24th Annual Fall Golf Outing Friday, October 11, 2019, at Bear Creek Country Club. In its history, the event has raised more than $2 million and enabled Clayton Dabney to serve more than 1,000 terminally ill children and their families across the United States. In its 23-year history, the tournament has become one of the largest and most successful charity tournaments in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

 Each year at the golf tournament, Clayton Dabney features the “Great Ball Drop” where hundreds of numbered golf balls are released onto the driving range. The four golf balls to fall closest to the pin will win a $750 gift card. This incredible golf ball raffle has raised more than $400,000 for Clayton Dabney for Kids with Cancer over the years

To register or for more information, visit or contact Leslie Ficke at

Sponsored by Regency Centers, Benchmark Title, Granite Properties, Lincoln Property Co., Trammell Crow, CBRE, Scott Dennis-Doug Thompson, Dexter & Company, Folsom Properties, Blue Star Land/Mario Sinacola & Sons, JLL, Republic Title, Redi-Mix Concrete, Metroplex General Contractors, CBRE, Cawley Partners, Leon Capital, Brownlie & Braden , Newstone Captial, Bandera Ventures, JLL, Cielo Property Group, CBRE, RagingWire Data Centers, Avison Young, The Crescent, Aligned Data Centers, Kuby's Meat Market, Jason's Deli, Ben E Keith Foods, Condon Tobin Sladek Thornton LLC , Chief Partners, Taco Joint, CyrusOne, Susan & Snowden Leftwich, Vista Bank, NorthMarq, Thackeray Partners


About Clayton Dabney

Clayton Dabney for Kids with Cancer provides needy families, with children in the last stages of terminal cancer, assistance in creating everlasting memories by providing last wishes, gifts, special events, family travel and financial assistance with household bills. Clayton Dabney’s assistance is provided through the parents and is anonymous to the child. Medicine of the heart, its primary outreach program, has helped more than 4,300 families and raised more than $4 million to terminally ill children and their needy families across the United States. As a non-profit, charitable organization, they depend solely on the community for funding. For additional information, visit