Michigan Youth Who Got Wish To Play Augusta Succumbs To Cancer

Zac Cain, a Michigan teen with cancer who got his wish to play Augusta National with his father, has succumbed to the disease.

Cain was a star high school swimmer who was diagnosed with Stage IIIC colorectal cancer in 2012. In 2013, he and his father Al were able to play Augusta National thanks to the Rainbow Connection, an organization dedicated to granting the wishes of Michigan children with life-threatening illnesses.

More here. Cain sounds like a young man who was worth knowing.

And The Rainbow Connection sounds like a very worthwhile Michigan charity.

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