Golf caddie Billy Foster showed off some short-game wizadry that would have made his old boss Seve Ballesteros proud during a practice round with another one of his old bosses, Lee Westwood.
Foster, who caddied for the late great Ballesteros from 1991 to 1995, posted his video from out the water and then paid tribute to the legendary Spaniard by saying: "Severiano, eat your heart out."
"Taught a lesson today by the old boss @westwood_lee with his 8 birdies but at least foiled his attempt to video me falling into the water," Foster captioned his video post.
In a Twitter post earlier this year from GOLFTV, Foster told the story of the time in 1990 he received a letter in the mail from Ballesteros requesting his caddying services.
As Foster explains, the letter starts out short, complimentary and sweet before getting directly to the point with Seve saying, “Now let me tell you my conditions”:
A letter from Seve pic.twitter.com/iHbqt1kT0D— GOLFTV (@GOLFTV) March 27, 2020
Foster also retold a famous story of Ballesteros, Nick Price and the fruitcake...
Take three minutes out of your day and enjoy the famous story of Seve and the fruitcake pic.twitter.com/nbslfLqIsV— GOLFTV (@GOLFTV) March 26, 2020