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The Tour Report

May 11 2011

5:30 PM

Baddeley’s caddie wins contest

PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. -- Anthony Knight, who caddies for Aaron Baddeley, won the annual "Bruce Edwards-Caddie Closest to the Hole Contest" on Wednesday at the 17th hole at TPC Sawgrass.

Knight hit what Baddeley later called a "cut-up" 9-iron from 130 yards to 9 feet, 11 inches. Ken Sanders, who caddies for Kenny Perry was second at 13 feet, 1 inch while John Senden's caddie Josh Cassell was third at 14 feet, 2 inches.

Knight won an Apple iPad donated by CDW.

"It looked great all the way," Baddeley said. "The best thing was he called it all day. He said it was his time. And the best bit is that he holed the putt for birdie."