How long have you caddied?
Michael Connell, Scott Hend, Andrew Buckle, Steve Allan, Bo Van Pelt, and Steve Gangluff
Childhood Home Town
Did you play college Golf?
What is your greatest Golf memory?
My greatest golf memory was taking my late Great Grandfather out to a Par 3 course when he was in his 80's. He had watched golf on TV all his life but had never set foot on a real course.
What is your greatest memory as a caddie?
My greatest memory as a caddy occurred just last year in Sea Island, Georgia, at The McGladrey Classic. My boss Robert Streb played well all week, but it was a final round -7 63 that put him into contention to win his (and my) first PGA Tour event.
What is the best part about being a caddie?
The best part about being a caddie is two fold.
The friendships and camaraderie that we forge on the Tour are some of the strongest we will experience outside of our own family.
But beside that, being a caddie is an extremely fulfilling role. We are in the heat of the battle helping our players with their decisions. We make it as easy as it possibly could be, to do what they do for a living. We are the "1%'ers" that you so often hear about in sport. The little things.
The players on Tour are the best in the world, and they choose us to assist them. And that is very gratifying.