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Bagmen & Handles
Edited by Cameron Morfit
July 12, 1999
When it comes to caddie nicknames, it's hard to top Sam (Killer) Foy, who used to loop for Hale Irwin and fought Sugar Ray Robinson—and lost. Or Tommy (Burnt Biscuits) Bennett, who toted for Tiger Woods at the 1995 Masters and as a kid singed his hand while trying to steal biscuits. Among today's regulars, Glen Day's looper gets his tag from an old TV character. (Hint: That's him on the left.) Here are a few of our favorites.
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July 12, 1999

Bagmen & Handles

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When it comes to caddie nicknames, it's hard to top Sam (Killer) Foy, who used to loop for Hale Irwin and fought Sugar Ray Robinson—and lost. Or Tommy (Burnt Biscuits) Bennett, who toted for Tiger Woods at the 1995 Masters and as a kid singed his hand while trying to steal biscuits. Among today's regulars, Glen Day's looper gets his tag from an old TV character. (Hint: That's him on the left.) Here are a few of our favorites.

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