Thursday, he stuck to his regular gig, as caddie for Jesper Parnevik, and toted the bag while his boss shot even-par 70. He then used a borrowed set of clubs from Richard S. Johnson, bought some slacks at the mall, and borrowed some shoes and balls to shoot a 71 – with his son as his caddie – in the afternoon.
Friday, Ten Broeck went out in the morning and carded a 70, which likely won't be good enough to make the cut. Unfortunately for him, Parnevik, playing in the afternoon, is also headed in the wrong direction of the cut line. In fact, the employer might finish off worse than the employee.