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Matt Kuchar defends low pay to caddie after he won $1.2M in November tournament

USATODAY.com Thursday, 14 February 2019
Matt Kuchar defends low pay to caddie after he won $1.2M in November tournamentMatt Kuchar doubles down when questioned why he gave stand-in caddie David Ortiz $5K after golfer won $1.2M at Mayakoba Classic in November.
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News video: Matt Kuchar Looks Even Worse After Attempt to Justify Poor Caddie Tip

▶ Matt Kuchar Looks Even Worse After Attempt to Justify Poor Caddie Tip 01:54

Matt Kuchar won the $1.3 million prize for winning the Mayakoba Golf Classic in Mexico. Typically, PGA caddies get 10 percent of the prize, but Kutcher gave his substitute caddy only $5,000. Is there any defending his decision?

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