Camilo Villegas gets emotional describing 20-month-old daughter’s cancer battle

Camilo Villegas said he had a “really bad feeling” the week of The Honda Classic at the end of February.

He was in his home gym, working out, when his 20-month-old daughter, Mia, came in. The four-time PGA Tour winner described his daughter as a “little monkey” when she comes in the gym to spend time with her dad. On that day, though, Mia wasn’t acting like her normal self.

Mia was also crying louder than normal. The Villegases thought that Mia might be teething. That did not turn out to be the case.

After taking Mia to the pediatrician, going through myriad tests and scans, their doctors told them Mia has cancerous tumors in her brain and on her spine. She’s now in her second round of chemo after going through surgery.

Villegas detailed his daughter’s journey on Wednesday at TPC Sawgrass, where he’s preparing to compete in the Korn Ferry Challenge, the first event in the return of the Korn Ferry Tour. He wasn’t sure he should play.
— Read on


I recommend you to read this great article ☝🏻

Shop online

Discover more of Golf here

BE FIRST BE INTELLIGENT – Follow the latest news

We inform you about Health | Fashion | Travel | Golf | International Business

Kind regards

Eco. Lassi Pensikkala
Founder of Amer Experience | Created at The Pacific Coast of Americas

Studied Economy, Psychology and Sociology at the University of Hamburg Germany. I speak English, German, Spanish, Swedish and Finnish

[ Microblogs – Short but powerful ]