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Who’s That Caddie: 2018 Zurich Classic

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Player 1 Caddie 1   Player 2 Caddie 2 Silverman, Ben David Stone Atkins, Matt Chris Schwertfeger Stallings, Scott Jon Yarbrough Baddeley, Aaron John Limanti Blaum, Ryan Reynolds Robinson Barber, Blayne David Pelekoudas Knost, Colt Julien Trudeau Barnes, Ricky Doug Schwimmer Pan, C.T. Jordan Elsen Blair, Zac Ron Levin Kisner, Kevin Duane Bock Brown, Scott Nick Hughey Rahm, Jon Adam Hayes Bryan, Wesley William Lanier Johnson, Zach Damon Green Byrd, Jonathan Kyle Bradley Garcia, Sergio Glen Murray Cabrera Bello, Rafael Colin Byrne Reed, Patrick Kessler Karain Cantlay, Patrick Matt Minister Thomas, Justin Jimmy Johnson Cauley, Bud Brian Smith Hughes, Mackenzie...
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Stallings has his Man

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Stallings has his Man The “break-up” season continues to roll on for the caddies of the APTC. Two days following the announcement of Jon Yarbrough leaving Scott Stallings to begin working for Hunter Mahan, we have received confirmation that Stallings has found his bagman. After working for Tim Clark since 2014, Jay Haas Jr. will be touting the bag in 2016 for Stallings. Golf is in the Blood Haas Jr., is the son of Tour Veteran and 2016 US Presidents Cup Captain Jay Haas Sr. and older brother of current PGA Professional, Bill Haas. Add in his Uncle Jerry, a former PGA…

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Replacement for Wood

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Replacement for Wood The Fall series is known in the Caddie World as “break-up season”. As players evaluate what they did well and what needs to be changed from the previous year, many decide it is easiest to change caddies. Never mind the impact these changes make to the lives of the guys carrying their bags, giving them advice, providing support, and traveling the world with them, it is just simpler to part ways and move on. There are occasions, when the break-up is mutual, or the caddie decides its time to move on, but that is fairly rare. This…

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Altitude, Firm Greens, and 1 Toilet

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Altitude This is not Colorado and we haven’t seen humidors being set up anywhere, but expect the thinner air of  West Virginia to be a cause for concern this week on the PGA Tour. The Greenbrier sits approximately 2000 feet above sea level, which will have a small impact on carry distance for tee shots and long irons. Do not expect much debate about the affects of altitude with short irons. The golf ball dimples and increased backspin created by short iron shots should negate much of the altitude affect. Altitude should also play a bigger role for afternoon groups,…

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