Is $50,000 too much to pay to be Tiger Woods’ Caddie?

by Maura Hutchinson

Over the weekend former world number one Tiger Woods hosted his annual Tiger Jam in Las Vegas, Nevada.  With one guest shelling out an astounding $50,000 for the chance to caddie for Woods later this year.

The star-studded event aids the TGR Foundation in helping underserved students with the resources needed to ensure lifelong success. Guests of the two-day sold out event were treated to golf, a Q&A with Woods, gambling at the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino as well as a VIP reception. All-in-all a pretty stellar weekend!

But one anonymous bidder took the cake after winning the right to carry around the 14-time major winner’s bag this December at the Hero World Challenge Pro-Am. So do you think the job is worth the heavy price tag???

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