LAKE ORION, Mich. -- "Caddyshack" might be coming to life at Indianwood Golf and Country Club.
OK, a caddy isn't really about to win the Masters, but one is making a pretty good run at the U.S. Senior Open.
Lance Ten Broeck, a man who makes his living handing out golf clubs instead of hitting them, leads the senior major at 6-under through 36 holes. He'll play in the final group on Saturday with first-round leader and World Golf Hall of Famer Tom Kite.
"This is really cool," he said. "I thought I had a pretty good chance of making this cut this weekend. I didn't expect to be playing with Tom Kite in the last group."
Ten Broeck hasn't led a PGA Tour event in 30 years, and has been a full-time caddy since the late 1990s. At the moment, he's spending most of his weekends carrying Tim Herron's bag and trying to fit in a little golf of his own on the side.
"I might play a couple days a week, and during tournaments, if we play in the morning, I might hit a few balls in the afternoon,...