Tag Archives: Caddie Contest

May
11
2017

Oh man, I actually have a decent amount of random notes, observations, and fun inside-the-ropes type of stuff to share, but alas, it’s almost 3am (WTF??) and I just finished a very important (that was way too long) post on Tony Romo and his golf pursuits — dude has game.

And then I have no one to blame but myself that I allowed myself to get lost in the abyss of catching up with what I missed during the Wednesday news cycle. I understandably spent the entire day talking to players, caddies, swing coaches, etc. to provide you with random but good info that you won’t find elsewhere, but wow, I spent way too much time in the Florida heat.

Continue Reading

May
11
2011

Anthony Knight, who loops for Aaron Baddeley, won the annual nearest to the hole caddie contest on the par-3 17th at TPC Sawgrass on Wednesday. Knight hit a pretty little 9-iron from 132 yards to 9′ 11.” The wind had picked up shortly before Baddeley’s and Knight’s group reached the tee, providing a swirly breeze and some much-needed relief during the 90-plus degree afternoon in Ponte Vedra Beach.

Continue Reading