Feherty - Fluff & Bones
Caddies are suddenly in the forefront of the golf world, so Feherty decided to chat with two of the best. Mike “ Fluff ” Cowan and Jim “Bones” Mackay join Feherty to discuss some of the finer – and less finer - points of sack toting for players like Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and Jim Furyk… all in a lovely spa setting.
Caddies get their shot at the infamous par-3 17th
Paul Tesori ( ) all receiving votes for likely champions. The Players: | | Among those on the bottom half of the draw were Mike “ Fluff ” Cowan ( ), Scott Vail ( ) and Steve Williams ( ). The best 17 th -hole story, however, goes to Jim “Bones” Mackay, ’s longtime
On the Range Blog - October 17
2-0 record for 2012 U.S. Ryder Cup team -3rd in Scoring Average on 2012 PGA TOUR -2nd appearance in -Caddie: Mike " Fluff " Cowan -Swing Coach: Mike Furyk Course Survey Seaside Course Par 70 - 7,055 yards On the 2011 PGA TOUR, The Seaside Course
Woods hires caddie LaCava away from DJ
Woods next plays at the in two weeks at CordeValle, about an hour south of San Francisco. Woods also is playing the and the , a competition that will feature all of his caddies – Mike Cowan (now with ) and Williams, who works for Scott.
As the World Turns
world No. 2 Lee Westwood for a guy who isn’t even playing right now. Next on that list is Tiger’s original bagman, Mike “ Fluff ” Cowan , but he’s in the same boat, already caddying for Jim Furyk. Besides, a switch back to Fluff would be an admission of a poor decision
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