Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry may have finished last at the Ellie Mae Classic golf tournament, but he still managed to win the weekend.
After his second round, Curry announced that he would donate $25,000 to a golfer’s wife who is battling cancer.
And Curry wanted to help out. ⛳️🏀 pic.twitter.com/aBY0ZKJAP0
— Korn Ferry Tour (@KornFerryTour) August 11, 2018
Golfer, Scott Harrington did not participate in the Ellie Mae Classic golf tournament because he stepped away from the game to take care of his wife Jenn. She is battling Hodgkin lymphoma.
Jenn Harrington was initially diagnosed in August 2017. After intense chemotherapy, she was cancer-free last December. But doctors discovered the cancer had returned in May 2018.
This group of people have taken a situation that felt nearly impossible and helped to make it a little easier on us. We are so thankful @scottyglf and I will one day pay forward this incredible generosity https://t.co/4LQB8atRMR
— Jenn Harrington (@jharrington81) August 11, 2018
Curry heard about their story, and gave $25,000 to the couple’s GoFundMe page.
Thank you all so much, we truly appreciate it. August 2019, a healthy and cancer-free @jharrington81 and I will look forward to thanking you in person at @TPCStonebrae !! https://t.co/XZejsUDTwf… https://t.co/uDfsf80IAy
— Scott Harrington (@scottyglf) August 11, 2018
Good job Steph Curry…
Source: Yahoo News