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Topic - Camilo Villegas
After spending nearly a decade as a caddie, one tough year wasn't enough to keep Brett Waldman from another shot at trying to make it as a player.
Geoff Ogilvy was the big winner at the BMW Championships.
PGA Tour Commissioner Tim Finchem would like to see more common sense used in enforcing penalties for rules infractions phoned in by alert fans watching on television but he said on Tuesday that halting their input completely is "not an option."
PGA Tour Commissioner Tim Finchem is asking the USGA to review the Rules of Golf after two prominent players were disqualified for rules violations that were reported after they signed their scorecards.
The Tournament of Champions lost another star player Friday when Camilo Villegas was disqualified for a rules violation that a television viewer called in after the opening round at Kapalua.
Brett Waldman received his share of quizzical looks at the second stage of Q-school because he had no reason to be there. He caddies for Camilo Villegas, who won the Honda Classic and earned over $3 million this year.
"Ever since I broke that simulator at Golf Channel, I had a hip joint company building an indestructible joint for hip replacements," he said. "They wanted to use me to show how unbreakable this stuff was. So I was hitting the hip joint. I would hit it and there would be a 20-inch dent in the club."
"It's nice to see my name up on the leader board," he said. "It's been a tough year and it's always good to play good."