DiMarco has fired rounds of 64-63 to take a two-shot lead into the weekend at Disney. Hell try and defend his title next week at Callaway Gardens, once again with Mitch in the mix.
They have already talked, theyre splitting (the money they make), said DiMarco, who will dole-out $1,000 a week for each brother, as well as a 10% payout for a victory, 8% for a top-10 and 6% for making the cut. They are going to pool it, because one of my brothers is going to caddie at the Million (Dollar Challenge), so they are going to take all three and pool it and split it (three ways).
I hope I pay them a lot of money.
DiMarco has caddieing experience of his own in this event. He and his brothers took turns toting the bag for their father, Rich, during past Disney Pro-Ams.
I remember my dad playing with Hubert Green and almost decking Hubert Green, he recalled. He was not too nice.
But we played with a lot of guys. I caddied two years, and my brother has probably caddied for five or six years, and my other brother caddied for a couple of years.
The Orlando resident already has two victories this week. He and his 4-year-old daughter, Amanda, won Wednesdays Father-Daughter event in the 4-6-year-old age group. DiMarco then captured the hula-hoop crown Thursday night during a cookout. He defeated his wife to win the overall title last year, but had to settle for being named only Mens champion this go-around, losing to Stewart Cinks wife, Lisa.
I was defending all-around champion this year. That was big. I dont know if I wanted that crown, thats why I think I kind of lost this year, he said, and then explained, Youve got to have good rhythm which is what my putter is doing right now.
Full-field scores from the Disney Golf Classic