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If you could be a PGA tour caddie, who would you loop for?


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Kind of an other spin on the Big 4, Big 6 - but with a twist.
If you could caddie for any PGA tour player, not just for one round or event but to be that guys regular looper - who would you pick?

I'd take Jordan Spieth - sure he has a temper, but he has game, seems like a sure way to bank a great paycheck and you could potentially have the job for 15 -20 years, maybe more.

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good question.  I hear you on Spieth, that would be a solid choice. It would be cool to work with someone when they were up and coming and not yet famous, and then they "make it" on tour, so you have that relationship with them.  I'd pick Webb Simpson, seems like an easy going, down to earth guy and from reading a few articles about him I think I share his general outlook on life.  I bet caddy is one of those jobs that is much harder than it appears though.

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Henrik Stenson. Have been following him lately and some of his interview/conversations. Seems like a quirky funny in a nice way type guy. Seems focused but not dry at all. Plus high probability of winning good money and a chance to witness some great ball striking.

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Whichever one of them has the lightest bag.

Honestly, though, I like a lot of the previous choices too:  Matt Kuchar seems like the nicest dude ever. Rickie would be fun.  DJ would be great to see up close.  Kiradech Apibarnrat would make me look like I'm in really good shape, so he'd be another option. :-P

Oh, and I play with my dad a lot, who expects to be better than he is and when things go south I get stupid rhetorical questions yelled in my direction often enough, so I think I could handle Bubba Watson pretty well too. :beer:

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Fred Funk on the Champions Tour. I have found his YouTube swing clips helpful, and I would like to see his swing up close, under different conditions.

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Thinking out of the box here. Not knowing who he is, I'd go with who ever is ranked #150. Pretty sure I could help this guy with his mental game.

If not him, then one of those hard body lpga players.:banana:

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24 minutes ago, Patch said:

Thinking out of the box here. Not knowing who he is, I'd go with who ever is ranked #150. Pretty sure I could help this guy with his mental game.

This made me curious.  If you mean current Fedex Cup standings, then it looks like Greg Chalmers is your guy.  If you meant OWGR, then Jorge Campillo of Spain is your guy. :beer:

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