Element II Caddy for Life
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Bruce Edwards was well known ( ) the golf world. He, however, was ( ) a golfer, ( ) was a caddy, who ( ) ( ) at the age 49.
When Bruce finished high school in 1973, he was ( ) interested in caddying ( ) golfing or going to college. One day, he met young Tom Watson, ( ) would become a great golfer later. He asked Watson ( ) a job as a caddy, and it was the beginning ( ) their long relationship.
In those days, caddies ( ) ( ) just carry the golf bag ( ) players. Bruce was different. He walked the course each morning ( ) ( ) he ( ) tell the players about the course condition and the distance ( ) the holes ( ) any spot.
Also, Bruce was never afraid ( ) disagree, and
Watson accepted it. One day Watson wanted to hit a safe short shot ( )
( ) directly ( ) ( )
the green. However, Bruce angrily insisted. “You don’t need
to. You can hit this ball ( ) the green ( )
here.” Watson thought ( ) ( )
( ), and hit the ball just ( )
the right of the green.
Bruce ( ) his caddy, Watson had many victories. After these glorious years, however, Watson wanted to spend ( ) time with his family and play ( ). One day, Watson ( ) Bruce ( ) work for someone else ( ) there was a good opportunity. It was heartbreaking for Watson to say so, and equally ( ) ( ) Bruce ( ) hear that. After ( ) it ( ), he decided ( ) work for Greg Norman, then the number one player ( ) the world.
( ) day one, life with Norman was quite different.
He was all over the world playing golf, designing courses, and meeting
sponsors ( ) private jets. Bruce made a lot of
money, but it simply wasn’t the same ( )
being with Watson, who was ( ) his boss ( )
his close friend. Watson ( ) the same way, Bruce
returned ( ) him in 1992 ( )
three years’ separation.