Ryder Cup caddies shine on social media

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Caddie Ted Scott (left) pictured here with Paul Tesori, Webb Simpson and Bubba Watson, gave a spectacular, behind-the-scenes look at last week’s Ryder Cup through his social media accounts. Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

While the most exciting action from the Ryder Cup involved the players from both teams, their caddies put on quite the show on social media. Giving followers a behind-the-scenes look like nobody else could, these loopers provided even more excitement to what turned out to be a fantastic Ryder Cup weekend.

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Ted Scott, the caddie of Bubba Watson, seemed to be anywhere something shareable was happening at Le Golf National. The fun started on Monday when Scott shared this video of his hotel room — and what looks like a golf pro shop — on Instagram:

 

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Later in the week Scott shared this picture of the 2018 Ryder Cup pins each of the caddies received prior to the event. Not a bad memento, even if you were on the losing side this year.

 

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There was a ton of talk this week about the size of the crowds and grandstands near the first and tenth tee boxes. Scott shot this panoramic video to show the scope of the galleries that grew larger and larger throughout the weekend.

 

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On Sunday afternoon, despite watching his boss and American comrades fall to the European squad, Scott seemed to be in high spirits as he posed with the legendary Mike “Fluff” Cowan, who was on hand to assist U.S. team captain Jim Furyk.

 

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Speaking of the European team, Justin Rose’s caddie Mark Fulcher also took to the Twitter machine to share his perspective from the week. His boss’s locker for the week, for instance, was located between two Ryder Cup legends:

Always the class act, Fooch even paid his respects to the team of Webb Simpson and caddie Paul Tesori, who was one of the only bright spots for the Americans.

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