List of Caddie Hall of Fame inductees

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The following list shows inductees into the Caddie Hall of Fame, which was founded by The Professional Caddies Association in 1999. In 2011, the Western Golf Association began administering the Caddie Hall of Fame.[1]

2017 Inductees[edit]

Inductee Inducted as Affiliation Awards and other induction citations
Eddie Barr[2] Caddie Manager The Beverly Country Club The longtime caddie manager at The Beverly Country Club in Chicago, Eddie Barr is credited with laying the foundation for a caddie program that has produced more than 320 Evans Scholars. Barr served as caddie manager at Beverly from the mid-1940s through the mid-1980s.
Joe Barreiro[3] Caddie Manager Sleepy Hollow Country Club The longtime caddie manager at Sleepy Hollow Country Club in Briarcliff Manor, New York, Barreiro is credited with mentoring thousands of youth and adult caddies during a career that stretched more than four decades. Barreiro was hired as the club’s caddie manager in 1972 and worked in that role for 45 years before retiring in 2017.
Jim "Bones" Mackay[4] Caddie PGA TOUR Few caddies in the game’s history have been more synonymous with the profession than Jim “Bones” Mackay, the longtime caddie of five-time major champion Phil Mickelson. With Mackay on his bag, Mickelson won five major championships, notched 41 PGA TOUR victories and represented the United States 22 consecutive times on Ryder Cup and Presidents Cup teams.

2016 Inductees[edit]

Inductee Inducted as Affiliation Awards and other induction citations
Thomas Friedman[5] Caddie Brookview, Rolling Green, Hazeltine Internationally known author and journalist, and a three-time recipient of the Pulitzer Prize for his work at The New York Times. Caddied in Minnesota at Brookview, Rolling Green and Hazeltine. His caddie highlights included caddying for Chi Chi Rodriguez when the US Open came to town in 1970 in 2009 at the Liberty Mutual Legends of Golf, with Andy North and Tom Watson.
Andy Martinez[6] Caddie PGA TOUR A native of San Pedro, California, Martinez has worked alongside some of the game’s most successful players over the past 50 years. He began looping on the PGA TOUR for Grier Jones in 1968 before spending 12 years alongside Johnny Miller. Martinez was on the bag when Miller became the first player ever to shoot 63 in a major championship to win the 1973 U.S. Open at Oakmont Country Club. In 1992, Martinez was hired by Tom Lehman and, together, they won the 1996 Open Championship at Royal Lytham & St Annes Golf Club, as well as more than 30 PGA TOUR and PGA TOUR Champions events over 23 years.
Johnny Miller[7] Caddie PGA TOUR A two-time major champion, Johnny Miller began caddying at age 12 at San Francisco Golf Club, with a goal to earn his own money and be independent. But he also ended up having many great experiences - caddying for the area’s most influential and successful leaders and even entertainer Bing Crosby several times.

2015 Inductees[edit]

Inductee Inducted as Affiliation Awards and other induction citations
Tony Battistelo[8] Caddie Manager Sunset Ridge Country Club Longtime caddie manager at Sunset Ridge in Northfield, Illinois, and a steadfast advocate for caddies and their role in the game of golf. He helped establish one of the nation’s most recognized caddie programs, and is credited with mentoring thousands of youth caddies.
Murray Brothers[9] Caddie Indian Hill Club The experiences of Bill Murray and his five brothers – Andy, Brian, Ed, Joel and John – inspired the comedy classic Caddyshack and helped expose caddying to millions around the world.
Greg Kunkel[10] Caddie Manager Sunset Ridge Country Club Longtime manager at Sunset Ridge Country Club in Northfield, Illinois. Helped build club's nationally renowned caddie program and mentored thousands of caddies, many of whom went on to become Evans Scholars.

2014 Inductees[edit]

Inductee Inducted as Affiliation Awards and other induction citations
Mike Keiser[11] Caddie/Manager Bandon Dunes Golf Resort Former caddie at East Aurora Country Club, WGA Director, and founder and owner of Bandon Dunes Golf Resort.
Steve Williams[11] Caddie PGA TOUR Caddied for Tiger Woods and Adam Scott from 1999–2014. During that time, Woods won 14 major championships and Scott won one also.

2013 Inductees[edit]

Inductee Inducted as Affiliation Awards and other induction citations
George Holland[12] Caddie/Mentor Washington State Golf Association Former caddie at Everett Country Club near Seattle, Washington, WGA Director and past president of the Washington State Golf Association.
Mike Kiely[13] Caddie/manager Canterbury Golf Club in Cleveland, Ohio 40 year member of the Professional Golfers Association; Caddy at the 2009 Senior PGA Tour Championship
Mayno Luetkehans[14] Caddie/mentor Glen Oak Country Club Caddie manager at Glen Oak Country Club for 38 years, Mayno mentored hundreds of young people, many of whom went on to become Evans Scholars or members of the club themselves.
Jack Nicklaus[15] Golfer PGA TOUR Nicknamed "The Golden Bear." Won a record 18 major championships. Caddied for his father Charlie.

2012 Inductees[edit]

Inductee Inducted as Affiliation Awards and other induction citations
Tom Watson[16] Golfer PGA TOUR Eight-time major champion. 70 professional wins. Longtime caddie was 2003 inductee Bruce Edwards.

2011 Inductees[edit]

Inductee Inducted as Affiliation Awards and other induction citations
Dennis M. Cone[17][18] Caddie/mentor Founder/CEO of the PCA (Professional Caddies Association) Worldwide Recipient of the "Gene Sarazen Spirit Award" Co-author of Think Like a Caddie, Play like a Pro & Mastering Golf's Toughest Shots
Jack Smith[13] Caddie/coach James A. Haley Veteran's Hospital in Tampa, Florida Coached, and caddied for multiple inpatients and outpatients in rehabilitation through the VA hospital's golf program

2010 Inductees[edit]

Inductee Inducted as Affiliation Awards and other induction citations
Laura A Cone[13] Caddie Co-founder of the Professional Caddies Association (PCA) Recipient of "The Lynda Barco Award"; Trustee PCA Foundation; Contributing writer for Think Like a Caddie, Play Like a Pro
Fred Corcoran.[13] Caddie/mentor World Golf Hall of Fame Recipient of the "Gene Sarazen Spirit Award"; Mr. Golf & Golf Hall of Fame inductee; Member of golf's pioneers, helped found the LPGA, the World Cup, and the Golf Writers Association of America (GWAA); One of golf's first agents
David Fay[18] Caddie Tuxedo Club in Tuxedo Park, New York Recipient of the "Gene Sarazen Spirit Award'; Joined the Tuxedo Club at age 11 as a way to earn money; Member of the United States Golf Association (USGA)
Roger Martinez[19] Caddie Professional Golfers Association Worked for Sarzen, Hogan, and most notably Jack Nicklaus both on and off the course
Sonny Meike[13] Caddie/manager
(master)
Butterfield Country Club in Oak Brook, Illinois A master of assigning the right caddie for the job; "An incredible 'match-maker'"
Chris Sullivan[13] Caddie/mentor Old Memorial Golf Club in Tampa, Florida Recipient of the "Gene Sarazen Spirit Award"; Started caddying at age 12 at a nearby country club for $4 a bag; Founded the Outback Steakhouse

2009 Inductees[edit]

Inductee Inducted as Affiliation Awards and other induction citations
Oscar Bunn[13] Caddie Shinnecock Hills Golf Club (SHGC) in Southampton, New York Recipient of the "Gene Sarazen Spirit Award"; Shinnecock Indian caddie at SHGC upon its opening; First Native American to play in the U.S. Open held at SHGC in 1896
Tom Dreesen[18] Caddie Ravisloe Country Club in Homewood, Illinois Recipient of the "Gene Sarazen Spirit Award"; Comedian-Golfs Global Caddie Ambassador; Learned life skills from looping; Advocate for 2011 Caddie Hall of Fame in Golf, Illinois.
George Lucas
"Gorgus"[13]
Caddie Professional Caddies Association Creating yardage books for 32 years; Credited for his detailed bibles of champion golf courses
Joe McCourt[13] Caddie/coach US Blind Golfers Association (former president) Co-winners of the 2009 Blind Golfers Association National Championship
Harvey Penick[13] Caddie Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia Recipient of the "Gene Sarazen Spirit Award"; Caddie at age 8; Master PGA Professional; Author of the Little Red Book
William J. Powell[13] Caddie Clearview Golf Club in East Canton, Ohio Recipient of the "Gene Sarazen Spirit Award"; First African American to design, build, own, and operate a golf course anywhere in the world
John Shippen[13] Caddie Shinnecock Hills Golf Club in Southampton, New York Recipient of the "Gene Sarazen Spirit Award"; First African American golfer to play in the U.S. Open in 1896; went on to play four more U.S. Opens: 1899, 1900, 1902, and 1913
Jim Tanner
"JT"[13]
Caddie/manager
(over 50 years)
Pawtucket Country Club in Pawtucket, Rhode Island Mentored hundreds of young people—many becoming members of the club themselves
Jim Warters and
Jackie Warters[13]
Caddie/mentor Professional Caddies Association Recipient of "The Lynda Barco Spirit Award; Golf writer and member of the Golf Writers Association of America (GWAA)

2008 Inductees[edit]

Inductee Inducted as Affiliation Awards and other induction citations
Elijah Brown[13] Caddie Seminole Golf Club in Juno Beach, Florida "Brown's character and commitment to golf is a model for all"
James V. Burgess, Jr.[13] Caddie/mentor Professional Caddies Association Recipient of the "Gene Sarazen Spirit Award"; Mentor, lawyer, former Mayor; Served as mediator for the 10th Judicial District Alternative Dispute Resolution Program
Charlie DeLucca[13] Caddie Dade Amateur Golf Association Recipient of the "Arthur 'Bucky' Walters Award"; "The Godfather of South Florida Golf"
Carl Eisenbrei
"Uncle Carl"[13]
Caddie
(59 years)
Congress Lake Club in Hartville, Ohio "Carl is a true gentleman and bible scholar"
Max Elbin[13] Caddie/mentor Burning Tree Club in Bethesda, Maryland Recipient of the "Gene Sarazen Spirit Award"; Professional Golfers Association (president from 1966-1968)
Tom Gorman[13] Caddie/manager
(47 years)
Beverly Country Club in Chicago, Illinois Work as a caddie/manager influencing teenagers for 47 years at Beverly Country Club
Percy Hall and
Jackie Hall[13]
Caddie/coach Professional Caddies Association Recipient of the "Arthur 'Bucky' Walters Award"; Their advice as parents to deaf golfer Kevin Hall, PGA Tour card holder: "Get out there, get the experience, do what people do, Win!"
Jack Lucas[13] Caddie Professional Caddies Association Recipient of "The Lynda Barco Spirit Award"; "Lessons he learned on the golf course continue to apply"
John Reynolds[13] Caddie/mentor Professional Caddies Association Recipient of the "Gene Sarazen Spirit Award"; Vice President, Club Car, Global Business Development
William Thomas
"Bill"[13]
Caddie
(69 years)
Wee Burn Golf Club in Darien, Connecticut "To members and the profession he is truly a diamond in the ruff. His dedication to Wee Burn is unfaltering"
Arthur Bucky Walters[13] Caddie The First Tee Father and caddie for Dennis Walters; Expert shot maker; A true professional

2007 Inductees[edit]

Inductee Inducted as Affiliation Awards and other induction citations
Lance Barrow[13] Caddie
(retired)
CBS Sports Recipient of the "Gene Sarazen Spirit Award"; Supported caddies and the game by bringing excellence in broadcasting of the game, around the world
Rick Schad[13] Caddie Professional Caddies Association Recipient of "The Lynda Barco Spirit Award; Known for his creative graphic art; True to the game and to helping kids learn through the game of golf
Frank Selva[13] Caddie/manager Race Brook Country Club in Orange, Connecticut Started as a Caddie to become a caddie/manager and coach for the Special Olympics

2006 Inductees[edit]

Inductee Inducted as Affiliation Awards and other induction citations
Michael Cohen[13] Caddie Professional Caddies Association (PCA) Recipient of "The Lynda Barco Spirit Award"; Supporter of the PCA
Douglass Ellsworth[20] Caddie/coach Sankaty Head Caddy Camp in Siasconset, Massachusetts Director at the Sankaty Head Caddy Camp, on Nantucket Island—the last remaining caddie camp in the United States
Michael Hartman
"Mike"[20]
Caddie Professional Caddies Association (PCA) Recipient of "The Lynda Barco Spirit Award"; Diligently assisted the PCA for more than 15 years
Bradley S. Klein[19] Caddie Professional Golfers Association Industry leader Klein was the architecture editor for Golfweek and founding editor of SuperNews!
Gerry W. Barousse, Jr.[20] Caddie/coach
(21 years)
US Blind Golfers Association Recipient of the "Arthur 'Bucky' Walters Award"; Caddie coach for blind Golfer and US Blind Golfers Association National Champion, Pat W. Browne
Walter Pritchett
"Cricket"[19]
Caddie Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia PGA Tour Club caddie with 4 wins; Fondest experience happened in 1971 when he won the Masters with Charles Coody
Willie Stokes
"Pappy"[19][21][22]
Caddie Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia "The Grandfather of Caddies" at Augusta National Golf Club; Only caddie to have worked with 4 different Masters Champions with 5 combined wins in, 1938, 1948, 1951, 1953, and 1956
Kevin J. Sullivan[20] Caddie
(14 years)
US Blind Golfers Association Recipient of the "Arthur 'Bucky' Walters Award"; Worked 14 years with Bill McMahon, a player in the Blind Golfers Association

2005 Inductees[edit]

Inductee Inducted as Affiliation Awards and other induction citations
Van Costa[23] Caddie Professional Golfers Association Caddie for the PGA Tour & the LPGA Tour; Successful business man and author
Oscar Goings[23] Caddie/manager
(50 years)
Winchester Golf Club in Winchester, Massachusetts Recipient of the "Caddie/Manager Award"; Caddie/manager at the Winchester Golf Club
Tom Morris
"Old Tom Morris"[18][24]
Caddie Professional Caddies Association Recipient of the "Gene Sarazen Spirit Award"; Open champion 1861, 1862, 1864, and 1867
Willie Park[24] Caddie Professional Caddies Association Recipient of the "Gene Sarazen Spirit Award"; Won the first Open; Went on to win in 1863, 1866, and 1875
Gene Sarazen[18] Caddie World Golf Hall of Fame Inductee Eight-time major champion; Started career as a caddie; "owed much to the game of golf"
William J Survilla[25] Caddie/manager
(30 years)
Oak Park Country Club in River Grove, Illinois Mentored 10,000 kids during his tenure at the club

2004 Inductees[edit]

Inductee Inducted as Affiliation Awards and other induction citations
Bruce Edwards[18][26] Caddie Professional Golfers Association Caddie for the PGA Tour and the Senior PGA Tour; Long time caddie for Tom Watson
Terry McNamara[26] Caddie Ladies Professional Golf Association Long time caddie for Annika Sorenstam
Fanny Sunesson[18][26] Caddie Professional Golfers Association Long time caddie for Nick Faldo

2003 Inductees[edit]

Inductee Inducted as Affiliation Awards and other induction citations
Don Bobillo[26] Caddie/manager American Golf Association Volunteer caddie/manager at the Phoenix Open; Named 1994 "Volunteer of the Year" by the American Golf Association
Andrew Butley
"The Rooney"[26]
Caddie Tremore Golf Club Tramore, Ireland Caddie and teacher at Tremore Golf Club
Leonard Ciccone
"Lenny"[27]
Caddie
(65 years)
Montclair Country Club in West Orange, New Jersey Caddie for Yogi Berra in 1988
Andrew Dickson[26] Caddie Professional Caddies Association The first named caddie (1681); Club maker in Edinburgh, Scotland
Carl S. Laib[27] Caddie Ladies Professional Golf Association Caddie for Patty Sheehan; Has 28 wins, including 7 majors; College golf coach
Saverio Macaluso
"Mac"[26]
Caddie Oakmont Country Club in Oakmont, Pennsylvania 2nd oldest living caddie—started caddying at the club when he was 8-years-old
Pete McCann[27] Caddie
(45 years)
Alpine Country Club in Demarest, New Jersey Recently retired after 45 years of caddie service
Willie McRea[26] Caddie Pinehurst Country Club in Pinehurst, North Carolina Worked on tours for both the PGA and the LPGA
James Pernice[26] Caddie Oakmont Country Club in Oakmont, Pennsylvania Worked 7 U.S. Opens; Caddie for Sam Snead and Bobby Jones
Charlie Winton[26] Caddie Gleneagles Golf Club in Perthshire, Scotland Caddies and teaches youngsters ages 12–16
Jerry Woodard
"Woody"[26]
Caddie
(30 years)
Ladies Professional Golf Association 20 wins including 6 Majors

2002 Inductees[edit]

Inductee Inducted as Affiliation Awards and other induction citations
Gary Chapman[28] Caddie Professional Caddies Association Recipient of "The Lynda Barco Spirit Award"; Award winning country singer and PCA contributor.
Jerry Darden
"Dee"[28]
Caddie Ladies Professional Golf Association LPGA caddie; Photographer and author of Inside the Ropes
Pedro Eulalio Caddie Tijuana Country Club in Tijuana, Mexico Caddied for thousands of players during a career that spanned several decades.
Mike Granuzzo[27][29] Caddie Professional Caddies Association Recipient of "The Lynda Barco Award"; Founder & CEO of Caddie Master Enterprises.
Scott Houston[27] Caddie Professional Golfers Association Named 2001 "Golf Nut of the Year"; Caddie for Arnold Palmer at Pebble Beach in 2001
Sam Johnson[27] Caddie
(50 Years)
Professional Golfers Association Philadelphia PGA section with 50 years of service
John O'Reilly
"Irish"[28]
Caddie Professional Golfers Association European Tour and PGA Tour; Co-authored Life of Reilly
Martin Roy[27] Caddie/manager Carnoustie Golf Links in Angus, Scotland Caddie/manager at Carnoustie Golf Links

2001 Inductees[edit]

Inductee Inducted as Affiliation Awards and other induction citations
Patrick J. Collins
"Pat"[28]
Caddie/manager
(30 years)
Winged Foot Golf Club in Mamaroneck, New York Caddie at Winged Foot Golf Club for 30 years.

2000 Inductees[edit]

Inductee Inducted as Affiliation Awards and other induction citations
Willie Aitchison[30] Caddie/manager Professional Caddies Association European caddie/manager, British Open; Caddie for Lee Trevino
James Anderson
"Tip"[31]
Caddie St Andrews Golf Course in Fife, Scotland Caddie for Arnold Palmer at The Open
Freddie Bennett[21][32] Caddie (master)
(40 years)
Augusta National Gulf Club in Augusta, Georgia Retired caddie from the Augusta National Gulf Club
Steve Burks[13] Caddie Marriott Vacation Club International Recipient of 'The Lynda Barco Spirit Award"
Ernest Carolon
"Creamy"[33]
Caddie Professional Caddies Association Retired caddie; Long time caddie for Arnold Palmer; Tour Yardage founder
Jim Clark[34] Caddie Baltusrol Golf Club in Springfield Township, New Jersey The oldest working caddie to date caddied at Baltusrol Golf Club at 101 years young
Alfred Dyer
"Rabbit"[35]
Caddie Professional Caddies Association Caddie for the PGA Tour and the Senior PGA Tour; Long time caddie for Gary Player
Sam Foy
"Killer"[21]
Caddie Professional Caddies Association Caddie for the PGA Tour and the Senior PGA Tour; Long time caddie for Hale Irwin
Roscoe Jones[36] Caddie Ladies Professional Golf Association Caddie for the LPGA Tour; Long time caddie for Nancy Lopez
Lorne LeBere
"Rabbit"[37]
Caddie
(30 years)
Professional Caddies Association Caddie for the PGA Tour and the Senior PGA Tour
Lee Lynch[38] Caddie Professional Caddies Association Caddie for the PGA Tour; Caddied for Al Geiberger during record shattering round of "59"
Willie Peterson[32] Caddie Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia Long time Jack Nicklaus Masters caddie
Greg Rita[39] Caddie Professional Caddies Association Caddie for the PGA Tour and the Senior PGA Tour; Caddie at The Open Championship with John Daly; Multiple wins with multiple Pro's
Ross Young
"Cotton"[40]
Caddie
(65 years)
Saucon Valley Country Club in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Caddie at Saucon Valley Country Club for over 65 years

1999 Inductees[edit]

Inductee Inducted as Affiliation Awards and other induction citations
Angelo Argea[21][41] Caddie Professional Caddies Association Caddie PGA Tour; Long time caddie for Jack Nicklaus with multiple wins during their years together
Ralph Coffey[42] Caddie Professional Caddies Association Caddie for the PGA Tour and the Senior PGA Tour; Caddie for Deane Beman and George Burns; 12 combined wins with one being a major
Peter Coleman[43] Caddie Professional Caddies Association Caddie for the PGA Tour & European Tour; Long time caddie for Bernhard Langer
Mike Cowan
"Fluff"[44]
Caddie Professional Caddies Association Caddie for the PGA Tour; Caddied for Peter Jacobson, Tiger Woods, and Jim Furyk
Charles Evans, Jr.
"Chick"[45]
Caddie Western Golf Association His namesake "Evans Scholars Foundation" administered by the Western Golf Association awards over $1 million in caddie scholarships a year
Alfie Fyles[46] Caddie Royal Birkdale Golf Club Southport, England Caddie at Royal Birkdale Golf Club, British Open caddie for 5-time champion Tom Watson
Adolphos Hull
"Golf Ball"[47]
Caddie Professional Caddies Association Caddie for the PGA Tour; Caddied for Raymond Floyd, Lee Elder, and Calvin Peete
Carl Jackson[48] Caddie Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta Georgia Caddie at the Augusta National Golf Club and for the PGA Tour; 2 Masters wins with Ben Crenshaw
Eddie Lowery[49] Caddie Professional Caddies Association Caddie for Francis Ouimet in 1913 U.S. Open; Symbolic icon of "The Caddie"
Jeff Medlin
"Squeaky"[50]
Caddie Professional Caddies Association Caddie for the PGA Tour and both Nick Price and John Daly's PGA Win
Herman Mitchell[41] Caddie Professional Caddies Association Caddie for the PGA Tour and the Senior PGA Tour; Long time caddie for Lee Trevino
Francis Ouimet[51] Caddie Professional Golfers Association Caddie & golf champion at the 1913 U.S. Open—coined "The Greatest Game Ever Played"; Founder of the Ouimet Scholarship Fund—awarded $1 million in caddie scholarships
Henry Rice
"Gado"[52]
Caddie
(48 years)
Professional Caddies Association Caddie for the PGA Tour winning back to back with George Knudson in 1968
Emil Smith
"Smitty"[53]
Caddie
(30 years)
Professional Caddies Association Caddie for the PGA Tour and the Senior PGA Tour; Caddied for Bob Charles and Ben Crenshaw
Donnie Wanstall
"Wad"[54]
Caddie Professional Caddies Association Caddie for the PGA Tour; Caddie for Mark O'Meara and Curtis Strange with a combined 14 wins

References[edit]

  1. ^ The Western Golf Association will formally take over administration of The Caddie Hall of Fame
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  12. ^ http://thepnga.org/pacific-northwest-evans-cups-generate-star-power-and-raise-over-275000-for-evans-scholars
  13. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad The Caddie Hall of Fame
  14. ^ http://www.wgaesf.org/site/apps/nlnet/content2.aspx?c=dwJTKiO0JgI8G&b=7904861&ct=13177197
  15. ^ http://www.nicklaus.com/news/jack-nicklaus-headlines-wgas-third-annual-green-coat-gala
  16. ^ http://www.chicagogolfreport.com/western-golf-association-hosts-green-coat-gala
  17. ^ Hall of Fame Honors Caddies
  18. ^ a b c d e f g Caddie Golf Hall of Fame Coming to Chicago
  19. ^ a b c d Caddies Association to honor 2006 Hall of Fame Inductees at PGA Show pg. 1.
  20. ^ a b c d Caddies Association to honor 2006 Hall of Fame Inductees at PGA Show pg. 2.
  21. ^ a b c d Freddie and Me: Life Lessons from Freddie Bennett, Augusta National's ...
  22. ^ From the Caddie-Shack to the Caddie-Castle PCA-HOF
  23. ^ a b Caddies to be honored at PGA Show
  24. ^ a b 2005 Caddie Hall of Fame
  25. ^ Professional Caddies Association inducts Bill Survilla into Hall of Fame
  26. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k 2003 PCA Caddie Hall of Fame Inductees
  27. ^ a b c d e f g Professional Caddies Association Announces Inductees and Sponsorship Opportunities
  28. ^ a b c d Darden Inducted into Professional Caddies Association Hall of Fame
  29. ^ Golf Caddies
  30. ^ No argument - Aitchison deserves honour
  31. ^ "James "Tip" Anderson". caddiehalloffame.org. Retrieved 22 April 2018. 
  32. ^ a b Masters notebook: Surgery waylays caddie
  33. ^ Before ball, they hit books: Yardage charts are crucial tools
  34. ^ As Hall of Fame caddy, 98-year-old Clark is part of golf's history
  35. ^ Georgia Golf Hall of Fame Announces Reynolds Caddie Medal Recipients
  36. ^ Nancy does victory dance with Caddy Roscoe Jones
  37. ^ Lift And Learn
  38. ^ The Green Road Home: A Caddie's Journal of Life on the Pro Golf Tour
  39. ^ Thinking of Greg Rita: the caddie, suffering from brain cancer, hasn't been forgotten on tour.(PGA Tour/Honda Classic)
  40. ^ Professional Caddies Association begins search for president
  41. ^ a b Caddie Cameos
  42. ^ Caddie Coffey Dies
  43. ^ Caddie Chatter
  44. ^ PGA caddy Fluff Cowan sinks $5,000 putt for Carrabassett Valley Academy
  45. ^ World Golf Hall of Fame Profile: Chick Evans
  46. ^ For Tom Watson, The Club And The Caddie Were Key
  47. ^ Who's the Greatest Golf Caddie Who Ever Lived?
  48. ^ Experience as a caddie helps Jackson pay it forward
  49. ^ A Man Of The Game
  50. ^ Western Golf Association To Administer Caddie Hall of Fame
  51. ^ Remembering Ouimet: The Eddie Lowery story
  52. ^ World Golf Hall Of Fame Induction
  53. ^ Emil "Smity" Smith
  54. ^ Meaningful Support

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