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Sunday, 6 March 2016

Keep Up and Shut Up

Call me old fashioned, but isn't all this consultation between Phil and his caddy, Bones, getting to be just a bit much?  Remember the good old days when all a caddy needed to do was keep up, and shut up?

I certainly don't mind hearing the odd bit of input from the caddy, and a little back and forth between the caddy and the player.  It helps you gain some insight into the player's mindset.  But Phil and Bones take it to a whole different level.  I don't really like seeing a caddy standing over a putt making practice strokes.  Is it just me?