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4) Michael Greller – $665,000
In 2012, Greller shifted from a math tutor to full-time PGA Tour caddie. He worked for Jordan Spieth and 2015 was a year that the duo enjoyed like no other team in PGA Tour ever. Spieth received a prize money of $22 million and some FedEx bonuses and Greller got, about $2 million, as his share. His earnings of $665,000 last year get his the place in this list.
Jordan Spieth and his coach, Michael Greller, compete together during golf matches and they compete in other sports too. They have used their competitive natures to make the golfer the world #2 in rankings. Greller caddied for Spieth first in 2011 at the U.S. Junior Amateur when he won the second time in three matches.
5) Kessler Karain – $610,000
It’s truly amazing when your siblings and partners share your passion, Patrick Reed was one such professional golfer who had his wife as the caddy until she had to take a break due to her pregnancy. But the person replacing her was none other than Reed’s own brother, Kessler Karain.
Reed was more than happy to have his own brother as a caddy in the year of 2014. The pair successfully made it and got the third rank in the FedEx Cup which was organized last year.
The pair earned prizes and bonuses worth over $2 Million, while Kessler’s share amounted to $610,000.