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6) Gareth Lord – $600,000

Gareth Lord (caddy) Henrik Stenson (golfer)
Gareth Lord, Henrik Stenson

A caddy for the sixth-ranked golfer in the world, Henrik Stenson, Gareth Lord earns enough for himself. According to records, Gareth Lord earned $600,000 in the previous year.

He purchased a Ferrari after getting his share from the $10 million prize money of Stenson in 2013 FedEx Cup. The golfer also won the 2016 British Open tournament with a historic performance.

7) Jimmy Johnson – $590,000

Jimmy Johnson (caddy) Justin Thomas (golfer) - Highest Paid Caddies
Justin Thomas, Jimmy Johnson

The total salary of this caddy is $590,000 which made him number seven in the position of highest earning caddies. He has also assisted many other great golfers including Nick Price, Charles Howell, and Stricker.

Being a veteran in the field the caddy was hired in the company of Thomas just a year ago. After pairing with the golfer, Johnson proved his worth and experience by supporting Thomas win three significant events.

8) Adam Hayes – $520,000

Adam Hayes (caddy), John Rahm (golfer) - Highest Paid Caddies
Adam Hayes, John Rahm

This caddy started working for John Rahm in June 2016 after breaking the partnership with the former first ranked golfer in the world. With a total earning of $520,000 in the last year, the caddy gets a place among the highest paid PGA Tour caddies. A known veteran in the field, Hayes has worked with many talented players including Jonathan Byrd, Jason Dufner, Vaughn Taylor and Russell Henley.

Adam Hayes is one of the most renowned representatives of the PGA Tour’s Association of Professional Caddies. Some of the biggest wins in the golf history belong to this caddy alongside his players. He has always guided John Rahm in his tournaments and matches with all his expertise and this is why he deserves all the earnings he made all through the years.

9) John McLaren – $515,000

John McLaren (caddy), Paul Casey (golfer) - Highest Paid Caddies
John McLaren, Paul Casey

John McLaren was previously the caddy of the golfer Luke Donald. The pair broke their six-year-old partnership with mutual consent. This pair had won the prize money which was $30 million.

He made a new alliance and chose Paul Casey as his golfer. This new change turned to be quite rewarding for the caddy when Casey finished fifth in the FedEx Cup. The caddy is on the ninth position with the earnings of $515,000.