Kids Dressed As Caddies Is The Cutest Thing You Will See This Week At The Masters

The Masters Par 3 Contest

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The day before the opening round of The Masters is traditionally the Par 3 contest. And while it is fun to see old legends like Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, and Gary Player playing in a truly historic threesome, it is the caddies that steal the show.Another tradition on the day before The Masters is for participants in the Par 3 contest to have family members, often young children, serve as caddies. They even wear the traditional white and green coveralls that are so familiar to anybody that has ever watched The Masters.

Unfortunately, today’s Par 3 contest could not be completed, but the kids did get out on the course for a little while and we grabbed a few pics.

The kids performed typical caddy duties, like carrying clubs

And lining up putts

But they often got to do more than what would be expected of a typical caddy

Fuzzy Zoeller had this touching moment when this family member sank a long putt

And of course, kids will be kids

You could tell this was a special day for all the players involved

Even the wives got in on the action

Do you think this tyke will get 10% of his dad's winnings?

But we wonder how Augusta National Chairman Billy Payne would explain the lack of female members to this young lady

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