Multiple PGA Tour winner Kevin Kisner has confirmed he has given his blessing for long-time caddie Duane Brock to work full-time for European Ryder Cup hopeful Sepp Straka.
Straka borrowed Kisner's caddie earlier in the summer on the understanding it would be just for the John Deere Classic and the 151st Open Championship at Royal Liverpool.
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Brock wasn't working because - as Kisner hilariously and bluntly put it on Twitter - he 'sucked' and had only planned to return to professional golf when he could break par consistently again.
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To say that Duey and Straka hit it off is an understatement. Straka was on 59-watch in one of their first rounds together on tour.
Then he followed that with a 62 en route to winning the John Deere Classic which was the second win of his career.
In July, the Austrian posted a T-2 finish at the Open, finishing five strokes behind champion Brian Harman.
Kisner confirmed the split on the latest ForePlay podcast. "Duey and I don't work together anymore," he said.
Is it a sensitive subject? Absolutely not.
Kisner said he plans on having a multitude of different caddies and friends loop for him in the forthcoming fall swing.
On the very same podcast Kisner went on an hilarious rant about the PGA Tour-PIF deal.
Kisner is currently ranked 103 in the OWGR. His career-best was 14th. He has won four times.
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