Not exclusively does he proceed to rack up the wins, however he has positioned himself in traditionally nice firm.
Of course, “only” $8.7 million of that actually counts toward the PGA’s official money list, but that’s still $4 million more than anyone else.
Trump – an avid golfer – told The Daily Caller that he felt Jordan Spieth has a very strong chance of winning the Claret Jug.
Jordan Spieth gained $1 million for ending first on the Hero World Challenge. That’s a pretty solid payday.
To estimate Greller’s take, BusinessInsider used an unofficial Golf Digest rule of thumb that says caddies earn 5 percent of the prize money if their player makes a cut, 7 percent if he finishes in the top 10, and 10 percent if he wins the tournament.
That leads to Greller making $866,534.
Greller’s haul would rank him 93rd on the PGA’s money list for 2015, ahead of 159 other PGA Tour members, according to BusinessInsider.com.
Greller quit his job as a teacher in 2013 to caddie full time for Spieth. There’s still plenty of events left and two more majors that Spieth will play in this year (barring injury) including The Open Championship later this week. Ryan lives in New York but comes from Philly and life as a Philly sports fan has made him cynical.