By: Christine Souders, email@example.com
Two time PGA tournament winner Jason Bohn teamed up with Caddy for a Cure, creating memories for nine kids in the Quad Cities who've been affected by cancer.
I handed him his golf balls and his putter. I was like a little assistant," said 15 year old Caddy Jordan Schmidt, who was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer last December.
It's so rare that he's the only kid in the world known to have it.
"I'll have my days where my neck will be a little sore... this is where my tumor is, I'll just want to stay in bed, but most the time I have a pretty positive attitude," said Jordan.
It's that positive attitude motivating Jason Bohn during the Pro Am.
"They're telling me I can make the putt and hit the shots, so it's great. I got like 9 sport psychologists this week, so it's fantastic," said Pro Golfer Jason Bohn, who's happy to have the kids around on the PGA tour, while raising money for cancer research at the same time.
"You think about what they've battles through and then you think about how good you've had it. You haven't really had to battle, it's very inspiring, and it's pretty touching."
However, it's a little time on the course, with a Pro that's helping kids like Jordan.
"I've seen golf on TV a couple times, but then to actually be out there on the green, helping him, that's taking it to the next level," said Jordan.
The organization has already raised more than 1.5 million dollars for cancer research. They hope to raise $300,000 more this year.