Brian Gay’s Caddy Was Taming An Alligator At The RBC Heritage Classic (Video)
Reading greens, judging wind speeds and providing hole distances are all part of a PGA Tour caddy’s job description. Taming wild alligators is not.
But despite that fact, Brian Gay’s caddy still found himself taking part in the latter, as he was forced to use the sand rake to direct a gator back into the water so that Gay could attempt to chip his ball onto the green during yesterday’s opening round of the RBC Heritage Classic.
Those of us who have watched Happy Gilmour know that this brave caddy was putting his hand at risk by partaking in this act, but he would manage to escape with all of his limbs. Unfortunately, Gay couldn’t turn that brave act into an impressive approach, as his fear of the possible reappearance of the alligator – in addition to a bad lie – caused him to send the ball past the hole and into the rough on the other side of the green.
Here is a look at the interesting encounter between Gay’s caddy and a croc at yesterday’s first round of the RBC Heritage Classic.