Found July 23, 2012 on
The curious case of Carlos Tevez took another strange turn on Sunday. The Manchester City and Argentina star became (arguably) the most famous caddy since Danny Noonan when he carried Andres Romero's clubs at the final round of the British Open. Tevez did little more than carry (and clean) Romero's clubs and hold the flagstick for four-plus hours on Sunday. But the presence of the City striker and avid golfer brightened what was an otherwise dreary day for his compatriot Romero and caused a stir among the small crowd of followers. Romero, who finished third at the 2007 British Open,...

Tevez caddies for Romero at Open

Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez took a break from his day job to join the Open Championship as a caddie...

Tevez caddies for Romero at British

Carlos Tevez is no stranger to the golf course -- he spent a lot of his time on one while on a five-month strike from Manchester City last season. The round he had on Sunday, however, was one he'll never forget. On a glorious morning at Royal Lytham & St. Annes, the Argentina striker caddied for countryman Andres Romero in the final round of the British Open. This was...

Golf chief slams Tevez decision

Carlos Tevez caddying during the final round of the Open has been described as "absolute madness" by Royal and Ancient Club championship committee chairman Jim McArthur. Manchester City striker Tevez caused a stir when he carried the bag for his Argentinian compatriot Andres Romero on Sunday at Royal Lytham. Golf fan Tevez, a 13-handicapper, admitted he could not give...

Carlos Tevez Causes Caddy-Flak in Top Ranks of British Open Brass

There are two schools of thought concerning Carlos Tevez's recent appearance as a caddy for Andres Romero at the British Open. One higher up at the Royal and Ancient Club championship committee thinks Tevez brought a bit of glamor and spectacle to the sport, while another thinks it was simply a farce. Let's start with the naysayer. R&A chairman Jim McArthur said Tevez...

Tevez caddies for Romero at British Open

Argentina star Carlos Tevez swapped the football pitch for the golf course on Sunday when he caddied for countryman Eduardo Romero in the final round of the British Open. After Romero shot a 77 in his third round Saturday to drop out of contention for the title, Tevez asked the No. 109-ranked player if he could carry his bag for his fourth round. Romero gave regular caddie Anibal...
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