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AT&T and The APTC Partner to Help Fellow Caddie and APTC Member Michael Greller

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Last week at the Byron Nelson was a special week for caddies.  Partly because of the way that AT&T goes above and beyond for the guys on tour by providing great hospitality.  But what was even more special was the partnership between AT&T and The APTC to donate $25,000 to the John and Jane Greller Scholarship.  This donation honors Michael Greller’s dad who passed away last year from complications with Parkinson’s disease. Scott Sajtinac, President of The APTC, was not able to attend last week but was proud of what was accomplished last week.  “This is a big part of…

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Team Jani-king Towel Celebrates Win Number 52!

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With APTC Member Duane Bock’s recent win on the bag of Kevin Kisner Team Jani-king Towel has reached win number 52 since the beginning of the program just a few years ago. More than 150 caddies have signed up for the program and anywhere from 65-105 caddies are carrying the towel every week. “The on-course, television and digital media exposure has been phenomenal,” said Mike Biggs, Jani-King’s Executive Director of Sports Partnerships & Business Development. “Through our enhanced program with the Association of Professional Tour Caddies (APTC) we have become the number one towel in golf. Golf fans have taken…

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2018 John Deere Classic

Who’s That Caddie: 2018 John Deere Classic

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Players Caddies Allenby, Robert Pete Jordan Appleby, Stuart David Sullivan Atkins, Matt Chris Schwertfeger Atwal, Arjun Damian Lopez Baddeley, Aaron John Limanti Barber, Blayne David Pelekoudas Barlow, Craig Robert Kelly Barnes, Ricky Andy Barnes Beckman, Cameron Dough Schwimer Beljan, Charlie Jonathan Wells Berganio, Jr., David Blair, Zac Ron Levin Blanks, Kris Paul Schlimm Blaum, Ryan Shane Joel Bohn, Jason Joe Duplantis Bowditch, Steven Eilas Fracque Bozzelli, Dominic Andrew Medley Brown, Scott Nick Hughey Bryan, Wesley William Lanier Bullington, Brian Tim Tynan Burgoon, Bronson Grant Doverspike Byrd, Jonathan Kyle Bradley Campbell, Chad Judd Burkett Chopra, Daniel Paul McConnell Claxton, Will John...
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5 Most Difficult Shots on Tour

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5 Most Difficult Shots on Tour When asked which shots are the most intimidating for Caddies on the PGA Tour, these 5 holes more often than not were mentioned. Of the 5 most difficult shots on Tour, 4 are Par 3’s with only one Par 4 being mentioned routinely. Many variables come into play when hitting into Par 3’s. Decisions are hard to make and mistakes are amplified. All of these Par 3’s have difficult wind conditions to deal with along with greens protected by water. Like your everyday amateur, water and wind intimidate both caddies and players on the…

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3rd Round Pairings at CIMB

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3rd Round Pairings at CIMB The leaderboard at the CIMB Classic is loaded with APTC members through 2 rounds. Justin Thomas, with veteran caddie Jimmy Johnson on the bag, is currently in the lead after shooting a 2nd round 61. Of the Top 10 heading into Saturday’s 3rd Round, 8 players have APTC members on their bags. Justin Thomas – Jimmy Johnson Spencer Levin – Mike Hicks Scott Piercy – Travis Perkins Stewart Cink – Mathew Hall Brian Harman – Scott Tway Kevin Na – Kenny Harms Troy Merritt – Scott Sajtinac Jason Gore – Scott McGuinness This event is…

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2015 Presidents Cup Predictions

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Presidents Cup Predictions South Korea – We survey 50 of the APTC members to get an idea of who the caddies on the PGA Tour thought would take home this year’s Presidents Cup. In line with most experts, 60% of our caddies surveyed believe the United States will take home their 9th Presidents Cup trophy. However, there were 20 of the 50 caddies that believe this is the year the International Team will end the drought. This tournament has been dominated by the Americans since the tournament began in the mid-90’s, with the International Team only winning once. With this…

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Furyk Out, Holmes In

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Furyk Out, Holmes In Just announced, Jim Furyk and caddie Mike Cowan, have withdrawn from the Presidents Cup team with a wrist injury. In their place, another APTC duo, J.B. Holmes and Brandon Parsons. Jim Furyk will not play in the Presidents Cup next week (via @Golf_com) http://t.co/UtLUXgN4w5 pic.twitter.com/bsmxtpK7t9 — Sports Illustrated (@SInow) October 2, 2015 J.B. Holmes finished this season ranked 14th in FedEx Cup Standings, with 1 1st Place finish, 2 2nd Place finishes, 7 Top 10’s, and 20 of 25 cuts made. By adding Holmes to the team, the US squad will head to Korea with 9…

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2015 Rookie and Player of the Year Announced

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PGA Rookie and Player of Year Announced The PGA has just announced this year’s Rookie and Player of the Year recipients and we couldn’t be happier. Both Jordan Spieth (who didn’t think he would win) and Daniel Berger, have loopers in the APTC. Congratulations to Michael Greller and Grant Berry. These may be labeled as individual awards, but we know this is a team accomplishment. Daniel Berger has been named PGA TOUR Rookie of the Year. http://t.co/UjMgIUkiz5 pic.twitter.com/0HNLZVAgc7 — PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) October 2, 2015 Congrats to @JordanSpieth on POY, humbled and honored to be awarded 2015 Rookie of the…

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Tour Championship Caddies

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The Tour Championship Caddies Here is a look at the winning The Tour Championship Caddies since the inception of the FedEx Cup Playoffs. Only twice, has the winner this week, not gone on to win the FedEx Cup. Since 2007, The Tour Championship has been the final tournament of the 4 event FedEx Cup Playoffs. As of 2013, this event has also been the final event of the PGA Tour season. The Top 5 heading into this weekend at East Lake Country Club are guaranteed the FedEx Cup Championship with a win, along with the $10,000,000 purse.  

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