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WGC Bridgestone Invitational

Who’s that Caddie: WGC Bridgestone Invitational

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Player Caddie An, Byeong Hun Dan Parratt Aphibarnrat, Kiradech Arinchai Phalaphol Berger, Daniel Grant Berry Bowditch, Steven Shannon Wallis Casey, Paul John McLaren Chappell, Kevin Joe Grenier Coetzee, George Alan Burns Day, Jason Colin Swatton Dufner, Jason Josh Cassell English, Harris Brian Smith Fowler, Rickie Joe Skovron Fraser, Marcus Gary Edwards Furyk, Jim Mike Cowan Gomez, Fabian Adrian Monteros Grace, Branden Zach Rasego Grillo, Emiliano Jose Luis Campra Haas, Bill Lance Bennett Hahn, James Mark Urbanek Herman, Jim Matt Achatz Hoffman, Charley Brett Waldman Holman, Nathan Kyle Roadley Holmes, J.B. Brandon Parsons Hurley III, Billy Clay Duerson Johnson, Dustin Austin...
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Caddie Quiz

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Caddie Quiz Show us how well you know the guys behind the players on the PGA Tour. Name the 8 players that are teamed with these APTC members. How big of a golf fan are you? Share and let your golf buddies know.

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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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Drama at The BMW Championship

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The Drama at The BMW Championship Much of the headlines following last week’s BMW Championship at Conway Farms will go to Jason Day and rightly so. Day, dominated the field this week and continues to be the favorite heading into the Tour Championship at East Lake Country Club. Day’s performance catapulted him into the #1 spot in the FedEx Cup Playoff picture, but the real excitement could be found closer to the #30 spot and cutoff point. As play started on Thursday morning, the teams of Daniel Berger/Grant Berry, Scott Piercy/Travis Perkins, Kevin Na/Kenny Harms, and Harris English/Brian Smith were…

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