Major champ aims light-hearted dig at Tommy Fleetwood

England's Justin Rose took a light-hearted dig at Tommy Fleetwood after seeing the golfer swap jobs for one week only in Dubai.

Tommy Fleetwood
Tommy Fleetwood

Justin Rose poked fun at Tommy Fleetwood after seeing the golfer swap roles for one week only. 

In case you have absolutely no idea what we are on about then let us at GolfMagic quickly get you up to date.

It has been a busy stretch of golf for Fleetwood, who finished T-3 at the 2024 Masters, so he has decided to take time off. 

Sort of. 

Fleetwood is caddying for his stepson Oscar Craig at the UAE Challenge on the Challenge Tour. 

In pictures published by the DP World Tour, Fleetwood was spotted grinning ear-to-ear.

Although the aforementioned Rose couldn't help but chime in with a 'dig', writing on Instagram: "That's a carry bag @officialtommyfleetwood what about the tour bag?"

Fleetwood and Craig had a good round one together. 


The 17-year-old amateur returned a scorecard for a bogey-free 3-under 69 at Saadiyat Beach Golf Club.

He was struggling somewhat on the second round, though. 

See some clips below:




Speaking of caddies, Fleetwood was without his at the 2024 Masters.

Fleetwood's regular looper Ian Finnis is taking some time off due to health-related reasons.

So Fleetwood turned to a local Augusta National caddie, Gray Moore, for the first major of the year.

Moore, 70, is absolutely no stranger to caddying at Augusta. 

And he had previous experience working with Fleetwood during practice rounds over the years. 

Fleetwood ended up finishing in a tie for third and earned a whopping $1.04m in prize money. 

Assuming Fleetwood tipped 10 per cent, then Moore scooped a nice $83,200 pay cheque. 

Tommy Fleetwood, Gray Moore
Tommy Fleetwood, Gray Moore

Fleetwood later told reporters: “I’ve known Gray since I first came to Augusta and I asked him to caddie this week.

“It’s been absolutely amazing, and I’ve loved spending time with him on the golf course this week.

“I always enjoy seeing him and spending time with him at Augusta every time the Masters comes around, but actually being out with him was a real treat. 

"I just hope he’s had as good a time as I have, with me as I have with him this week. It’s been great.”

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