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February 4, 2015
ill Haas (right) reacts with caddie Scott Gneiser after a birdie on the second hole during the second round of the Tour Championship at East Lake Golf Club. Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports

Bill Haas (right) reacts with caddie Scott Gneiser after a birdie on the second hole during the second round of the Tour Championship at East Lake Golf Club. Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports

 

This Bud’s not for you.

Professional caddies are challenging a clause that refreshes debate over corporate sponsorship in sports. ¬†When they absolutely, positively have to be there on the PGA tour, caddies say they’re forced to wear corporate logos and slogans that make bucks for the tour. And because everybody needs some money sometimes, caddies believe they should get their millions back, America, and be compensated for the wearable ads.

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