• Madisonation 2018

    8th Annual Golf Tournament

    August26th,2018 @ Hickory Ridge Golf Resort

    Get Registered!
  • Join The Cause!

    Helping a Family In Need

    All proceeds support Natalie Morley and her family
    as they support her battle with Cancer.

    Donate Today!
  • Hit The Links

    Support Those In Need

    Join the fun with your foursome and compete
    for a trophy and prizes!

    Event Schedule

About Madisonation


Join us as we continue the fight against Childhood Cancer!

Natalie, Mom, and Uncle

Natalie's single Mom, Ariel, has relied on the support of her parents and brother, Alan.

Our 2018 Beneficiary: Natalie Morley

In January 2016, after Natalie Morley, age 4, was kicked in the face at daycare by another child, a lump appeared near her temple. Concerned because the lump wasn’t getting any smaller, Natalie’s mother, Ariel Riddick, took her for a series of doctor’s appointments. By mid-February, when the lump still hadn’t subsided, her pediatrician ordered a CT scan and biopsy. Natalie was diagnosed with stage 3 Embryonal Rhabdomyosarcoma.

“Thank God for the kick! Without it we may have never known what was going on,” says Ariel. Natalie just completed a 43-week treatment plan that included radiation and chemotherapy under the medical supervision of Women and Children’s Hospital and Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center physicians.

As a single mother, Ariel has had to rely on others, including her parents and brother, as a support system during this incredibly difficult time. “My parents have been a great help in spending time with Natalie while I'm at work or offering to watch her so I can refill the energy bar. Before I ran out of FMLA leave, my brother accompanied us to treatment to learn the ropes. When I went back to work, he stepped in for me, taking my daughter to treatment, being present for a clinic appointment, in home nursing appointments, scans, giving meds and accepting medicine deliveries. He put up with me, my emotions and my need to be present even while away through coordinating conference calls, FaceTime calls, etc. Without them all, I don't know how we could have made it this far.”

Beyond the support of Ariel’s parents and brother, friends and family offered their time. “Stopping by the hospital to hang with Natalie so I could shower or grab a cup of coffee gave me the opportunity to get things done that my newly busy schedule didn’t allow me to do,” she explains. Others helped by dropping off meals. “Sometimes the smallest things do make a difference,” Ariel says.

Madison Muckle

Madison Muckle

My name is Madison Marie Muckle and was just like any other 3 year old when I celebrated my 3rd birthday on December 22, 2010. A few days later, on December 27, 2010, at my 3 year old checkup, everything changed. My doctor sent me to Golisano Children's Hospital for some blood work and x-rays. That evening my parents and I were told that I had cancer. Our lives, at that point, was turned upside down. After several tests and procedures I was diagnosed with Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia. My body was 95% full of cancer and I spent the next month in the hospital receiving bone marrow aspirations, spinal taps and chemotherapy. I was told after several weeks that I was in remission. Since then, I have spent many days in the hospital receiving chemotherapy and getting spinal taps to be sure the cancer has not spread. I also needed to take several types of medicines at home on a daily basis.

In the spring of 2013, I received my last chemotherapy treatment. I am now a healthy and normal 10 year old girl. I still continue to go to Golisano Children’s Hospital every 3 months for routine checkups. I will continue to do so for another couple years until they finally say I am completely cancer free and have beaten this horrible disease.

I now lead a normal life like most kids. I am now 10 years old entering 5th grade, and I love school. I participate in dance and cheerleading. I am also helping my dad as much as I can with my tournament. I want to try and help others like others have helped me. It has been a struggle over the last few years but thanks to the wonderful doctors and nurses at Golisano Children's Hospital, I will continue to move forward in becoming a healthy and 100% cancer free child.

Madison Muckle

Madison Muckle


Madisonation "Never Give Up" was a motto we have had with Madison since the night she was diagnosed. The night we found out she had cancer, Madison was wearing her John Cena (still her favorite wrestler) "Never Give Up" t-shirt. One of the hospital employees admitting her noticed her shirt and told her to "never give up" just like her shirt said. Since then we have stuck to that motto and we will continue to. Not only for Madison but for all children suffering from cancer.

Our Mission

Madisonation is a non for profit organization to continue the fight against childhood cancer. Our annual golf tournament donates proceeds to local organizations helping others or families that have a child currently fighting or this horrible disease.

The Battle Against Cancer

This says it all.... "Children With Cancer Are Like Candles In The Wind Who Accept That They Are In Danger Of Being Extinguished By A Gust Of Wind From Nowhere and YET, They Flicker And Dance To Remain Alive, Their Brilliance Challenges The Darkness And Dazzles Those Of Us Who Watch Their Light"

Madison Muckle

Madison Muckle

  • Childhood cancer occurs regularly, randomly and spares no ethnic group, socioeconomic class, or geographic region.
  • In the United States, the incidence of cancer among adolescents and young adults is increasing at a greater rate than any other age group, except those over 65 years.
  • On the average, one in every four elementary schools has a child with cancer.
  • The average high school has two students who are current or former cancer patients.
  • On the average, 36 children and adolescents are diagnosed with cancer everyday in the United States.
  • Cancer is the leading cause of death by disease in children under the age of 15 in the United States.
  • The causes of most childhood cancers are unknown.
  • At present, childhood cancer cannot be prevented.
  • Childhood cancers affect more potential patient-years of life than any other cancer except breast and lung cancer.
  • Only 4% of all research funds goes towards pediatric cancer.
  • 1 in 330 children will be diagnosed with cancer by the age of 20.
  • EVERY DAY approximately 250 children around the world will die from cancer.

Tournament Features

Far More Than Just A Golf Tournament

More than just tournament play, our goal is to raise funds for a cause.

Schedule for August 26, 2018

Event Outline

The 2018 Madisonation Golf Tournament will be on Sunday, August 26th, and is a semi-competitive Best Ball Tournament, with prizes awarded to the lowest Mens, Ladies, and Mixed team scores.

Tournament Costs

Registration fee for 2018 is $380 per Foursome. Individial golfers seeking a team are $95 each. Those whom wish to skip golf and just enjoy the banquet and fundraiser are just $30 each.

Get Registered!

Player Registration at Clubhouse

Tournament Begins (Shotgun Start)

The Cool Down Sponsored by Hickory Ridge

Presentations from Madison's Family

Dinner Is Served!

Special Guest Speaker: TBD

This will be announced soon!

Prizes Drawn for Raffle Items

Check Presentation

Our Beneficiary: Natalie Morley

Tournament Venue

The 2018 Madisonation Golf Tournament will be held at:

Hickory Ridge Golf and RV Resort

Hickory Ridge Golf Resort

15816 Lynch Road; Holley, NY 14470
Phone: (888) 346-5458

Madisonation 2018 Supporters

Gold Event Sponsors

  • RDU Inc
  • Hickory Ridge Golf Resort
  • Pioneer Credit
  • Joe's Pro Shop and Trophies
  • Matt Spencer

Silver Event Sponsors

  • Tompkins Insurance
  • Arctic Refrigeration
  • S & S Engineering
  • Pete Sidari
  • Practice First Medical Management


  • Kevin Muckle
  • Jennifer Moore
  • Chelsea Green
  • Beverly Cantrell
  • Whitney Athloe
  • Amy Jenks
  • Haleigh Falls
  • Amy Freeman
  • Hope Falls
  • Brianna Moore
  • Taylor Sevor
  • Robyn Schubmehl

Prize Donors


  • Golf Headquarters
  • Hole in One Golf
  • Ravenwood Golf Course
  • Rick Zurak Golf

Auto, Moto and Boat

  • Batavia Auto
  • Advance Auto
  • Carquest
  • Stan’s Harley Davidson


  • Genesee Pennysaver


  • Booker Edgerson
  • Michael Napoleone Foundation
  • Scott Flick of Flicktures


  • Adventure Landing
  • Corning Museum of Glass
  • Geva Theater
  • RPM Raceway
  • Transit Lanes

Sports Teams

  • Buffalo Bandits
  • Buffalo Bills
  • Buffalo Bisons
  • Buffalo Sabres
  • Rochester Americans


  • Hampton Inn
  • Holiday Inn Express

Personal Care

  • Artemis Spa
  • Body Mind Float Center
  • High Voltage Tattoos
  • Jagged Edges
  • Livia Beauty Spa
  • Maxim Spa and Salon
  • Dr. Steven Spoto, DDS
  • Supercuts


  • Premier Wine and Spirits
  • Stafford Trading Post
  • T-Shirts Ect.
  • Target
  • Valle Jewelers

Food and Beverage

  • Alex’s Restaurant
  • Bada Bing's
  • Batavia’s Original
  • Blue Wolf Bistro
  • Bourbon and Burger
  • Buffalo Brew Pub
  • D&R Depot
  • Delmonico’s Italian Steakhouse
  • Duff’s (Dick Road, Depew)
  • Duff’s (Transit Road, Williamsville)
  • Eli Fish Company
  • Leroy's No Finer Diner
  • Lovincup Cafe
  • Mooney's (Transit Road, Williamsville)
  • Olive Garden
  • Pizza Hut
  • Pizzaland
  • Rancho Viejo Mexican Restaurant
  • Russell’s Steaks
  • Salvatore Italian Garden
  • Sear Steakhouse
  • Smokin Eagle BBQ
  • Soutside Deli
  • The Landing
  • West Main St Wine and Spirits
  • Wright Beverages

Make a Donation

Help us help those fighting for their lives!

Do you have a question?

Reach out to us and we will answer as quickly as we can!

Call Kevin Muckle: (585) 300-7499

Register for the 2018 Tournament