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04-06-2012, 07:26 PM
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Tiger's Caddie is A Ranger Fan

Joe La Cava was wearing a Rangers t-shirt under his overalls today during the second round of the Masters. Sweet.

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At that level, do caddies give golfers advice? Or is his job solely to carry Tiger's clubs?

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At that level, do caddies give golfers advice? Or is his job solely to carry Tiger's clubs?
Usually they'll give some input on club choice and that sort of thing. I don't know about Tiger though, since I haven't watched him lately. Stevie would give him advice, but that was far from a normal relationship.

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was wearing a Giants SB shirt today too

sucks that Tiger's playing absolutely awful tho

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That's pretty cool, I've been a Tiger fan throughout but this just makes it better.

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At that level, do caddies give golfers advice? Or is his job solely to carry Tiger's clubs?
Maybe he should have suggested a different club before he flipped out on 16

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Yeah I don't like thinking of golf this time of year.

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At that level, do caddies give golfers advice? Or is his job solely to carry Tiger's clubs?
Professional caddies are expected to be an encyclopedia of knowledge for the golf courses being played. Prior to the start of every tournament to be played, they spend days walking the course taking measurements from tee to green and from everything inbetween. They need to know the distance to every bunker, water hazard, out of bounds, minimum distance to reach the fairway etc. They analyze the way the course handles routine shots and shots that stray into trouble, how the ball will bounce when it hits the green and how it will roll through the rough.

On top of all this responsibility, they are their player's gametime psychologist. They help the player bring their round back into focus, bounce back from bad strokes, keep them confident, etc.

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Professional caddies are expected to be an encyclopedia of knowledge for the golf courses being played. Prior to the start of every tournament to be played, they spend days walking the course taking measurements from tee to green and from everything inbetween. They need to know the distance to every bunker, water hazard, out of bounds, minimum distance to reach the fairway etc. They analyze the way the course handles routine shots and shots that stray into trouble, how the ball will bounce when it hits the green and how it will roll through the rough.

On top of all this responsibility, they are their player's gametime psychologist. They help the player bring their round back into focus, bounce back from bad strokes, keep them confident, etc.
In addition to that, you're also the golfer's slam piece if he gets upset

Gotta be able to take some abuse as a caddie.

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bodyguard too

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