Dustin Johnson's brother and caddie says he is the "most-spoiled caddie in history" after the conclusion of LIV Golf's inaugural season.
Austin Johnson has been by DJ's side since 2013 after the 2020 Masters champion had a brief stint with Tiger Woods' caddie Joe LaCava.
The Johnson pairing have had considerable success, with Dustin winning as many as 24 PGA Tour events and two major championships before the 38-year-old American upped sticks and departed for pastures new with LIV Golf.
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Dustin had a remarkable year on the course with LIV in their opening season as the 4 Aces GC captain, topping the list of highest earners over eight events.
He also won LIV Golf's Invitational in Boston with a monster eagle putt in a three-man playoff.
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Austin has spoken to Golfweek about life on the controversial series as a caddie.
Brooks Koepka also touched on the topic of caddies this year, explaining that loopers are "treated like human beings".
In Golfweek's report, Koepka said:
There is of course a money versus morals debate between the PGA Tour and LIV Golf.
According to a recent report by GolfDigest, one anonymous caddie dismissed this issue and claimed:
But back to Austin Johnson, who believes aside from the expenses being all paid for, it's the "little stuff" caddies are appreciating.
Austin also pointed out that the food is decent at LIV Golf stops, whereas on the PGA Tour he'd be "hoping" there was still food available once they had finished their round.
He told Golfweek:
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