31 Oct '12, 3pm
Some of the richest characters in golf are caddies. Here, a sampling of their stories:
In the early 1960s very few of us had regular caddies. At a tournament you took the caddie they assigned you, and there were some beauties. Bobby Brue slipped $10 to the caddiemaster once, hoping he'd get a caddie who knew what he was doing. On the first hole, Bobby asked the guy how far it was to the hole. The caddie answers, "About three blocks."