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Life in the Loop
Tune in as Craig talks about life as a caddy, how he got into caddying, his successes and becoming a new dad.
Tune in as Dom talks about life as a caddy, the Ryder Cup, special wins and his home life.
At 68 years young, Davey McNeily talks about his amazing career over 38 seasons on tour. With 35 wins to date, he talks about what its like to caddy for some of the world's greatest golfers such as Nick Faldo, John Daly, Nick Price and Paddy Harrington.
As we are 1 week into lock down I hope this episode will lighten the mood a little. If not the best caddy of our time he is certainly in the top 3, with his 38 years experience and an amazing 42 wins and 14 Rydercups, BILLY FOSTER tells me about how it all started, working for the likes of Seve, Clarke, Westwood, Fitzpatrick and even the G.O.A.T Tiger Woods. His stories are amazing and I'm sure you will all enjoy listening to them. Stay Safe.
Episode 5 - Special Masters edition with winning 1991 caddy Phil Morbey, Phil tells us how his man Ian Woosnam became champion, he also talks about his 41 wins, 38 years on tour and tells us some of his BRILLIANT stories.
Terry Mundy, long time caddy for Ian Poulter tells us about how he started caddying on the ladies tour. He tells us about the amazing 15 years working for The Postman, he tells us about Ians Ryder Cups, his chance of winning The Open championship and how week in week out Ian pranks him. This is a funny one.
Take Care and Stay Safe
James tells us about how he left a chance of being a Hollywood star to becoming a caddy, 14 years so far on tour with 2 wins, a Seve Trophy and a World Cup. He tells us his ups and downs as a caddy and how this year has changed his caddying career for the best by not only starting a new job with Lee Westwood but winning the first event of 2020
Ronan is Padraig Harringtons long serving caddy, he has won over 20 time with 3 major wins and 4 Rydercups under his belt. He tells me how he started his career as a caddy, the feeling of winning a major championship and how he hopes the RyderCup doesn't go ahead without fans.
APOLOGIES FOR SOME SOUND DROPS, UNFORTUNATELY DUE TO A DROP IN SIGNAL!