Small town boy mentored by wise caddy. Not an uncommon story perhaps but worth reading when it features Augusta National and the club’s legendary caddie master the late Freddie Bennett. It’s a story by Tripp Bowden about the real-life lessons he learned from Bennett and his journey to the final stage of a British Open qualifier.
A glimpse of Augusta National as you’ve never seen it. (Golf World )
A lot of books have been written about the Masters and the Augusta National Golf Club, but few if any have the authentic dialect of Freddie and Me. (The New York Times )