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Adam Whitt has faced adversity in many different ways throughout his life. From earning a walk-on spot at the University of Nevada baseball team while also earning his bachelors degree, to getting drafted by the Houston Astros, to getting diagnosed and fighting cancer at the age of 25 and now turning professional in golf and starting a foundation. 
He accredits a lot of his success in these different and difficult situations to things he learned while growing up and playing multiple sports. Many of the things he has fallen back on in tough times have been lessons he has learned from playing sports as a kid. He also noticed the that sports had the ability to keep kids out of trouble by keeping them busy after school, teaching them structure, routine and giving them an outlet.
Thus, how the Adam Whitt Foundation began. We realize that sports can be expensive for families. From entry fees, to equipment, to uniforms, and travel costs, it can start to add up quickly. That is why we are on a mission to raise money & help kids and their families with these costs. Understanding and seeing the value that sports can play in a child's life is why we don't want money to be an obstacle for them to participate in any sport they want. Whether it is skiing, baseball, golf, tennis, soccer or any other sport a kid is interested in. We want to facilitate their access and ability to play.

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