In Honor of Dave Riddle

Established in 2023, The Dave Riddle Memorial Golf Tournament honors Dave Riddle's life by supporting prostate cancer patients and their families during their time of greatest need. Join us for our second annual tournament on Saturday, September 14th, 2025.

This tournament is in his memory, and is a means to promote early detection of prostate cancer.  All proceeds will go to Prostate Cancer Support Association of New Mexico to help educate and save lives.

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Golf Tournament Information


A four-person team event where each player hits their own ball and the best score on each hole counts for the team.


Individual players can enter the tournament and will be paired with other players on the day of the tournament.


A great way to get some friends together and enjoy a day of golf. Plus, you'll have a better chance of winning if you work together!


Closest to the pin as well as Longest Drive (Men/Women).

Dave Riddle

Family Man, Entrepreneur & Avid Golfer

Dave Riddle was a successful entrepreneur, avid golfer and family man who was diagnosed with stage 4 prostate cancer in 2019. Dave lost his battle on September 10, 2021 at the age of 67.

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Proceeds directly benefit Prostate Cancer Support Association of NM

PCSANM is committed to helping those with prostate cancer and their loved ones gain confidence to make the most informed treatment decisions possible. PCSANM strives to help those diagnosed understand their options.

Since 1991, the Prostate Cancer Support Association of New Mexico (PCSANM), an Albuquerque-based 501(c)(3) led by prostate cancer survivors turned dedicated volunteers, has existed to support and provide information to New Mexicans whose lives have been touched by prostate cancer.  The nonprofit offers the following free services in person, by phone, and via Zoom:

  • One-on-one peer support provided by trained volunteers
  • Support group meetings on the first and third Saturday of most months.
  • A “buddy list” including contact information for PCSANM members open to discussing their treatment choices and outcomes.
  • An annual conference featuring experts present to discuss the latest developments in treatment and standards of care
  • An in-office and online library of prostate cancer resources, articles, and books

PCSANM’s office, located at 2533 Virginia St. NE, Ste. C in Albuquerque, is open from 10 to 2, Monday through Thursday (no appointment necessary). When the office is closed, all calls are forwarded to a trained volunteer, making support available by phone 24/7, we can be reached at (505) 254-7784 or go to our website at

PCSANM also provides information on prostate-specific antigen (PSA) screening. Just as with treatment, with screening, PCSANM strives to help men understand their options. PCSANM believes the potential benefits of PSA screening outweigh the limitations. With prostate cancer, early detection is essential. Members of PCSANM are men and their families who have benefited by learning of their cancer through screening. Statistics developed when screening of men was done regularly as part of a normal health checkup showed that about 14% of all men will develop prostate cancer. PCSANM believes that most men should be screened as early as practicable, and PCSANM recommends a baseline PSA test at age 45 for asymptomatic men. African American men and those men with family history of prostate cancer should be screened earlier. Part of PCSANM’s mission is to inform men of the value of PSA screening while also providing education as to why some medical providers are reluctant to endorse screening. For those whose insurance does not cover the cost of PSA screening, or whose provider will not order the screening, PCSANM offers vouchers for one free PSA screening at an independent laboratory.