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The Par 3 Contest was held at the springtime splendor that is Augusta National Golf Club on Wednesday, as it is every year in advance of the Masters. The usual sights of adorable kiddies caddying for their daddies, pros letting their hair down and other assorted hijinks occurred, but a public display of affection that transpired on the majestic grounds greatly troubled ESPN’s Darren Rovell. As reported earlier, Caroline Wozniacki served as Rory McIlroy’s caddie for the Par 3 Contest, and as young couples in love are wont to do, they got lost in the moment and showed affection towards one another on more than one occasion during the day. And Darren Rovell took to Twitter to complain about it. Via @darrenrovell: Caroline Wozniacki caddied for Rory today. Know they’re dating, but this is too much twitpic.com/cifl6f (via @theslicetweets) — darren rovell (@darrenrovell) April 10, 2013 Seriously? What kind of person actually takes offense to a harmless kiss or two, regardless of the este...
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Rory McIlroy’s caddie for the Par 3 Contest at the Masters Wednesday was richer, more athletic, more famous, and probably more attractive than anyone else’s. Yes, McIlroy had his girlfriend, tennis player Caroline Wozniacki, caddie for him at the Par 3 Contest.
“I had a good deal with Rory and get a really good pay check out of this,” Wozniacki joked to ESPN’s Tom Rinaldi...
"I gave him a special prize." Caroline Wozniacki on caddying for Rory McIlroy today. They're dating so, could 'special' be code for 'anal?' Probably.
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We knew Caroline Wozniacki was going to be caddying for boyfriend Rory, but we didn't know there was a "special prize" for McIlroy in it.
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Caroline Wozniacki was Rory McIlroy’s caddy for the Masters Par 3 Contest. Rory McIlroy decided to invite his girlfriend along… to caddy for him. Check out this pic…definitely not used to seeing a caddy and golfer kiss.-TO
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