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.

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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.

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