Karrie Webb has a decision to make she hasn't had in 15 years
One of the longest caddie-player relationships in golf ended Sunday when Mike Paterson looped his last round for Karrie Webb at the Toto LPGA Classic in Japan after a 15-year partnership between the Scottish caddie and Australian Hall of Famer.
Paterson is heading for the more lucrative PGA Tour, picking up the bag of another Aussie, John Senden. Webb got 18 of her 41 LPGA victories with Mikey on the bag and four of her seven majors.
Webb, who turns 41 in December, says she'll decide on a caddie for next year after she decides how many events she is willing to play. In 2015, she played 21 events, with just three top-10 finishes but only four missed cuts.
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