Tim Tucker making bank, Birddog’s ‘do, Phil’s promise and more
Hello again and welcome to ‘Caddie Moments of the Week.’ It was another busy week where caddies have spent the long weekend making it rain. So, fatten up those bank accounts and let’s get started.
Tim ‘Money Man’ Tucker
Yes, yes, Bryson Dechambeau the Mad Scientist, Ryder Cup and all that. But can we talk for a moment about Tim Tucker?! Bryson has now won four times in the last year, including twice in the last two weeks. Bryson is now second on the money list with more than $7.8 million, with $3.24 million of that coming in the last two weeks. Assuming Tim is getting something in the standard range of a 10 percent cut for wins, he’s just pocketed something in the range of $320,000. Not bad for two weeks work!
Speaking of making it rain, how about a shoutout for Travis Wilson? Wilson was on the bag while Stacy Lewis won the Portland Classic last year, and with Lewis awaiting the birth of her first child, took up the bag for Marina Alex in 2018 and won again. Some serious local knowledge right there. Wouldn’t be surprised to see a bidding war for his services at this event in 2019.
Oh, THAT guy
But if Tucker and Wilson remain on the good end of the success spectrum, all the way on the other end is this guy. The “other” guy.
Funny name of the guy playing with Phil today. @ToddCaddie pic.twitter.com/yn6TwI6gmY
— Matt Minister (@buddarev) September 2, 2018
Quick shout-out for the A+ afro Justin York’s got cooking, though. Look at that thing. It’s beautiful.
That hair is 🔥, Justin York. #caddielife pic.twitter.com/nUAeWKSK9R
— The Caddie Network (@CaddieNetwork) September 2, 2018
Many of you have compared Justin York to Angelo Argea and Bob Ross. So we decided to put together a split screen. #caddielife pic.twitter.com/v9Etksug06
— The Caddie Network (@CaddieNetwork) September 3, 2018
One Year On…
And finally, to Phil Mickelson. He’s a fan-favorite for a reason: You may have remembered a year ago Lefty promising a young fan he could caddie for him. Fast forward to this year’s Dell Technologies Championship Pro-Am, where Phil came good on that promise and gave this young boy a memory he’ll cherish forever.
Last year, @PhilMickelson told Riley he could caddie for him anytime.
This year, Phil made good on that promise during the @DellTechChamp Pro-Am.#LiveUnderPar pic.twitter.com/zps949tB0p
— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) August 31, 2018