PGA Tour pro cracks up at caddie: "He has no idea what he's doing"

PGA Tour pro Joel Dahmen admitted his playing partner's caddie at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans had absolutely no idea what he was doing.

Joel Dahmen and Keith Mitchell
Joel Dahmen and Keith Mitchell

It wouldn't be unreasonable to suggest Joel Dahmen hasn't produced his best stuff on the PGA Tour so far this season. 

The American golfer, of Netflix superstardom, has made just six cuts from the 11 events he has entered. 

So perhaps what he needed was a week to reset in the PGA Tour's hit-and-giggle Zurich Classic of New Orleans

At the halfway stage it was clear that the good vibes were rolling between Dahmen and his playing partner Keith Mitchell. 


They had reached an 11-under par total and were only two strokes off the lead. 

Dahmen had his regular bagman Geno Bonnalie carrying his sticks but Mitchell, perhaps definitely the best-dressed man on Tour, had his pal Dillon on looping duty. 

Dillon, according to Dahmen, had no idea what he was doing. 

Which made it even better. 



"I have to give a lot of credit to our caddies," Dahmen said after their hot start. 

"Everyone knows Geno, but I think our boy Dillon is a good vibe guy this week. 

"He's coming off the computer and out to carry clubs. He's hilarious. 

"He has no idea what he's doing, which is even better.

"Geno is doing a couple of numbers in some extra wind, but the four of us just have a good time.

"We can't really get mad at each other."

Added Mitchell: "It's true. We've made some pretty poor swings out there a couple of times, and it's the least amount of reaction I've probably ever had about a golf shot, and I would say similar to you."

Despite being a relaxed event, the winning team will split $1,286,050. 

Four teams shared the lead after 36. 

One of those included tournament debutant Rory McIlroy and Shane Lowry.

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