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Bruce Edwards

Greg Norman-Bruce Edwards

Edwards is best known as Tom Watson's longtime caddie and for his fight against ALS, but he did have a three-year affair on the bag of Greg Norman. It didn't end well. After blowing another final-round chance at a major championship in the 1990 Masters, Edwards said Norman made some comment about how it's "better to be lucky than good," referring to Nick Faldo. Edwards replied, "I just want to caddie for someone who has heart." He went back to Watson the next year and stayed with him until he succumbed to ALS in 2004.
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July 28, 2014

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