If you’re looking for a quick way to make it on the PGA Tour, there may be no better opportunity than the Caddy For A Cure program, which allows golf fans to go inside the ropes and caddy for a day with the world’s best players. Caddy For A Cure recently announced that rising PGA Tour superstar Rickie Fowler will help 2013 kick off their 2013 season at the Waste Management Phoenix Open at the TPC Scottsdale.
Always one of the most popular and well-attending events on Tour, the 2013 Waste Management Phoenix Open will be played between January 28th through February 2nd, with the caddy experience taking place on Wednesday, January 30th during the Pro-am competition. The loud and rowdy Scottsdale crowds along with caddying for the popular Fowler, should make this a very popular start to the 2013 Caddy For a Cure Season.
“We love kicking off our year at such an exciting event as the Waste Management in Phoenix, especially with a player like Rickie Fowler. Fowler loves giving back from this great sport and has participated with us multiple times in the past, becoming a huge supporter of our program.” said Caddy For A Cure CEO and program founder Russ Holden. “Our caddy for the day had so much fun last year with us at the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill he wanted to do it again. We are also honored to include a Phoenix area wounded warrior who will escort the group for the day.”
Caddy For A Cure has been offering PGA TOUR caddy experiences for charity since 2003, and LPGA and Champions Tour experiences since 2010, with proceeds benefiting multiple causes. Benefitting charities include the PGA TOUR Birdies for the Brave military outreach, the PGA TOUR Professional Caddy Assistance Foundation, the LPGA Foundation USGA-Girls Golf program, the Fanconi Anemia Research Fund and families, and each participating player’s and host site’s charity.
Caddy For A Cure is a great way for you to have the PGA golf experience of a lifetime while giving something back to the community and helping those in need. Participating PGA Tour players this year include Graeme McDowell, Jason Dufner, Luke Donald, Tommy Gainey and Jim Furyk. All program caddy experiences may be found on the Caddy For A Cure website.
With the news that Tiger Woods has hired Joe LaCava, PGA Tour star Dustin Johnson is looking for a new caddy. According to a story posted on tigerwoods.com, LaCava approached Woods and his agent, Mark Steinberg, about the job.
LaCava’s move came as a surprise to Johnson, who will be Woods’ teammate at the upcoming President’s Cup matches this fall. David Winkle, Johnson’s agent at Hambric Sports Management, has indicated that a search for a new caddie would begin immediately.
“Needless to say, Dustin and I were completely surprised, as they have enjoyed a great relationship and have been very successful together,” Winkle said. “Nonetheless, we think highly of Joe, both as a caddie and a person, which is why he was hired in the first place. We wish him nothing but the best with his new employer.”
If you’re looking to break into the business as a PGA Tour caddy, you might be in luck. Dustin Johnson is partnering with Caddy For A Cure to offer one lucky person the opportunity to caddy for him at the 2012 Farmers Insurance Open in La Jolla, California. The Farmers will be played at the beautiful and historic Torrey Pines January 23rd thru January 28th, 2012. The caddy date will be Wednesday, January 25th during the pro am competition round.
Caddy For A Cure offers PGA TOUR and LPGA Tour caddy opportunities through auctions. 100% of auction proceeds are donated to charity. To learn more, visit Caddy For A Cure.
Here’s your chance to caddie for LPGA stars Natalie Gulbis, Paula Creamer or Brittany Lincicome, while also contributing to a great cause. Caddy For A Cure, Inc., is offering the opportunity to caddie for these top LPGA players on Thursday, August 18th during the Kraft Pro-Am round preceding competition at the Safeway Classic presented by Coca Cola. The tournament is being played at the Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club in North Plains, Oregon near Portland.
“We are thrilled to participate again with this unique program that directly supports the charitable mission of the LPGA tournaments,” stated Gail Graham, retired LPGA professional and president of the LPGA Tournament Owners Association. “We are always looking for ways to get closer to our fans and this is a perfect and unique way to accomplish that, particularly with players as popular as Natalie, Paula and Brittany. This tournament is always exciting, so it’s a great venue for participating with Caddy For A Cure.”
Russ Holden, Caddy For A Cure founder and veteran PGA TOUR caddie added, “It is such an honor to be offering these opportunities with three of the biggest names in women’s golf. We launched our program with the LPGA last year and had a great experience. All three of these players are not only known for their stellar play throughout their careers, but are also three of the biggest fan favorites in all of golf.”
Caddy For A Cure offers PGA TOUR and LPGA Tour caddy opportunities through auctions. 100% of auction proceeds are donated to charity. For the SAFEWAY CLASSIC, funds will be directed to the LPGA Foundation in support of the USGA-Girls Golf program, the Safeway Foundation, each player’s charity of choice and the Fanconi Anemia Research Fund.
To learn more, visit Caddy For A Cure.
Looking for a once-in-a-lifetime golf experience that also helps some amazing charitable organizations? Caddy For A Cure, Inc. is now offering the chance to caddy for the top three players on the PGA Tour – Martin Kaymer, Lee Westwood and Luke Donald along with other top players including Rickie Fowler, Mark Wilson and Camillo Villegas.
Caddy for a Cure was started by veteran PGA Tour caddy Russ Holden. “It has always been our objective to offer golf fans the best and most unique experiences in professional golf, to let them see it from an insiders’ perspective by bringing them closer to the game and to the players,” said Holden. “And while we’ve had most of the world’s best players participate with us before, this is the first time we’ve had the top 3 in the world. Lee Westwood and Luke Donald have been strong supporters and participated with Caddy For A Cure in the past, but this is our first opportunity with newly ranked #1 Martin Kaymer. Every single player who is competing out there today is phenomenal, but it is a real honor to gain the participation of a player like Kaymer who is at the top of his career. Whoever wins these opportunities to spend a day with Kaymer or Westwood is guaranteed to have a day they will never forget.”
The caddy opportunity with Martin Kaymer will be at the Wells Fargo Championship. The Wells Fargo Championship will be played at the Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte from May 2nd thru May 8th. The caddy date will be on Wednesday, May 4th during the pro am competition round.
The caddy opportunity with Lee Westwood will be at the FedEx St. Jude Classic where he is the reigning champion. The tournament will be held again at the beautiful TPC Southwind in Memphis from June 6th thru June 12th. The caddy date will be on Wednesday, June 8th during the pro am competition round.
Caddy For A Cure auction proceeds support the PGA TOUR military initiative, Birdies for the Brave, the Fanconi Anemia Research Fund, the PGA TOUR Caddy Assistance Fund and the host site and participating player charities. For more information visit www.caddyforacure.com
It took a little longer than most golf experts predicted, but since Bubba Watson earned his first victory last month on the PGA Tour, he’s been making the most of it. A year after pledging to donate $50,000 to Caddy For A Cure, Inc. Bubba has honored his word.
Caddy For A Cure is a program that offers an auction-style charity format to caddy for the world’s best golfers. Said Watson”I don’t like people caddying for me, but I told Russ at Caddy For a Cure, that if I ever won on TOUR, I would announce on national television that I am donating $50,000 to CFAC.”
“Our program offers golf fans opportunities with the best players in the world and Bubba definitely fits into that group,” said Russ Holden, Caddy For A Cure Founder, CEO and former PGA TOUR caddie. “Although someone didn’t get the opportunity to spend a day with Bubba inside the ropes as a caddie, everyone can get a feel for what a great guy he is, not only as a golfer, but through his integrity and commitment to help others.” he continued, “The timing of Bubba’s donation is perfect for supporting research into Fanconi anemia and its high connection with cancer, particularly given the issues Bubba’s family is facing with his father. Advances have been made in developing therapeutics for treating Fanconi anemia that show significant hope for potentially preventing cancer. We are truly grateful for the help from all players in supporting our cause, but Bubba Watson has taught us all a lesson in gratitude.”
Caddy For A Cure offers its caddie experiences from its website, www.caddyforacure.com, with auctions for each player. 100% of auction proceeds go to charity and caddie participation is fully tax deductible as allowed by law.
As one of the most popular players on the LPGA Tour, Natalie Gulbis normally draws a large gallery wherever she plays. Here’s your chance to join Natalie inside the ropes on one of the biggest stages in golf – the LPGA Championship presented by Wegmans.
Caddy For A Cure, Inc. is offering the professional golf opportunity of a lifetime to go inside the ropes at the LPGA Championship and be Natalie Gulbis’ caddie for a day. Caddy For A Cure is auctioning this opportunity through its website (www.caddyforacure.com). 100% of the proceeds from the auction proceeds will be directed to the Fanconi Anemia Research Fund, the Wounded Warrior Project, the LPGA-USGA Girls Golf Program, the United Way Graduation is the Goal Fund as directed by tournament sponsor, Wegmans, and Natalie’s charity, The Boys and Girls Club of Las Vegas.
“We are excited to launch this unique program that directly supports the charitable mission of the LPGA tournaments,” states Gail Graham, retired LPGA professional and president of the LPGA Tournament Owners Association. “We are always looking for ways to get closer to our fans and this is a perfect and unique way to accomplish that, particularly with a player as popular as Natalie. As a Major, the tournament will be especially exciting, so the timing is excellent for launching Caddy For A Cure.”
For more information go to caddyforacure.com or call 954-341-4600.