Caddie Picks: How they fared at the 2018 Safeway Open

Kevin Tway
With his victory in Napa on Sunday, Kevin Tway joined father Bob as just the 10th father-son duo in history with PGA Tour wins. Credit: Eric Bolte-USA TODAY Sports

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Here’s a look at how all the caddie picks have made out this season (WD = Withdrawal; MC = Missed Cut; DNS = Did Not Start; MDF = Made Cut, Did Not Finish):

2018 Safeway Open:

The first event of the 2018-19 PGA Tour season is in the books and a first-time PGA Tour winner was crowned.

Kevin Tway, son of PGA Champion Bob Tway, captured the Safeway Open, outlasting Brandt Snedeker and Ryan Moore in a playoff. With his victory, Tway made it so that he and his father are the 10th father-son duo in history to have victories on the PGA Tour.

As for our caddie picks, let’s just say they were a little rusty in the first start of the season! The top finisher among all the picks was Cameron Champ, who tied for 25th.

Here’s a look at how all our caddies’ picks fared at Silverado:

Caddie 1

  1. Chez Reavie, T33
  2. Brendan Steele, T53
  3. Andrew Putnam, DNP

Caddie 2

  1. Cameron Champ, T25
  2. Beau Hossler, MC
  3. Ollie Schniederjans, MC

Caddie 3

  1. Brendan Steele, T53
  2. Chez Reavie, T33
  3. Kelly Kraft, MC

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