PGA Tour caddie plays Oak Hill from the tips, but what did he score?

A PGA Tour caddie learned just how hard Oak Hill is while playing the major championship venue on Monday. 

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Tue, 23 May 2023
PGA Tour caddie plays Oak Hill from the tips, but what did he score?

Geno Bonnalie reminded us all why he's one of the most well-liked PGA Tour caddies Monday as he hilariously documented his own round at Oak Hill Country Club a day after the PGA Championship.

Bonnalie is the long-time caddie and good friend of World No. 113 Joel Dahmen. The pair were stars of a Full Swing episode, the Netflix documentary that was released in February. 

Bonnalie's most iconic moment was back in 2020 when he posted a video of his wacky hotel room at the US Open. 

 This week, he and Dahmen were in Rochester, New York for the PGA Championship, where Dahmen finished tied for 69th at 13-over par. 

And on Monday, Bonnalie, a +0.1 handicap, tested the difficult course out for himself, and thankfully, documented it for our entertainment:

He walked away from the first hole 2-over par en route to a 10-over 45 on his front nine, live tweeting every moment as it happened. 

His first par of the day, on the par-4 10th, received it's own important update:

Bonnalie played much better on the back nine, carding a 5-over par 40 for a 15-over par 85 after 18 holes at Oak Hill. 



After his round, Bonnalie reflected. He wrote on Twitter:

"That was a bucket list day for sure. I've always had so much respect for these guys, but thinking of shooting under par out there baffles me. I would consider myself a decent player, and I left a few easy ones out there today, but I don't think I could break 80 in those conditions with my best stuff. Cheers to everyone who followed along"

And the fun didn't end there, the PGA Tour also made one of their classic scorecard graphics for him:

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