Scottie Scheffler is on the verge of success at The Masters in 2022 – but who is his caddie Ted Scott? How long have the two been working together?
Going into the final round at The Masters, Scheffler was -9 under par, three shots clear of Australia’s Cameron Smith.
Through eight 18 holes in the final round, Scheffler had extended that lead to a four-shot lead and moved up to -11 while Smith went to -7.
Rory McIlroy is putting in a late attack at Augusta, but he’s -6, meaning he’s five shots behind through 14 holes.
As Scottie Scheffler prepares for the back nine in Augusta, who is his caddie Ted Scott?
How long have the two worked together and who was Scott working with before Scheffler?
Scottie Scheffler Caddy
Scottie Scheffler’s caddy at the 2022 Masters is Ted Scott, the two began their partnership in late 2021.
Scheffler is a practicing Christian and has known Scott through Bible study – and since Scott was on tour with his previous player.
Despite intending to hang the bag, Scott chose to take on the role as Scottie Scheffler’s caddy.
Scheffler is now number one in the world after winning at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, the WGC Matchplay and the Players Championship.
He was also part of the winning US team at the Ryder Cup 2021.
Who has Scott worked with before?
Before his time as Scottie Scheffler’s caddy, Ted Scott was present alongside Bubba Watson for a long time.
Watson and Scott (below) ended their partnership in September 2021.
During their time together, Watson won The Masters in 2012 and 2014 – the only repeat winner in the past 15 years.
Those were his only majors, with second place at the 2010 PGA Championship, a tied fifth place at the 2007 US Open, and a tied 23rd place at the 2012 Open Championship being his best performances.
With Scott as his caddy, Watson reached world number two in February 2015.
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