Jimmy Walker played well enough Thursday through Sunday at the AT&T Byron Nelson to finish T-2. But apparently, he put on a superhuman performance at Wednesday's pro-am.
Walker's wife, Erin, shared two fan letters he received from two kids who caddied for him on the 17th hole the day before the tournament started. And they're great.
— Erin Walker (@tourwifetravels) June 1, 2015
Both kids wrote about how they had a great time and that they were rooting for Walker to play well. Standard.
Both kids also give Walker advice by telling him to "breath." Cute.
Things get funny/odd, though when both mention an incident in which Walker saved one of the kids from being hit in the face with a ball by pushing him out of the way. Read the letters. They're worth it.
So there you have it. Jimmy Walker is a five-time PGA Tour winner and an American hero. Just ask Eric and Carlos.