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Meet Max Homa’s Caddie - Joe Greiner

  Max Homa is a professional golfer on the PGA and is known, off the course, for his humor. He’s often in the golf headlines poking fun at other players, who like Justin Thomas, are not afraid to crack a few jokes back. Since turning professional in 2013, Max has secured 6 victories and amassed an impressive $17.4 million. This is proof of his incredible skill set and dedication to practicing his craft but we all know that his success is due in part to having some guidance and advice from his caddie . Let's take some time to get to know Max Homa’s caddie. Who is Max Homa’s Caddie? Max Homa’s caddie is Joe Greiner. Greiner has been caddying on Tour for at least ten years and, as with most of the caddies on the PGA Tour, has a very strong background in competitive Golf. Joe Greiner played at the collegiate level for the College of Canyon and also spent some time as a professional, playing on the professional Mini Tour. Another testament to Greiner’s golfing skills is the fact that he

2023 Farmers Insurance Open Caddie Payout, Purse, and Prize Money

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  The Farmers Insurance Open 2023 Credit: Trevor Fairbank / Shutterstock.com The 2023 Farmers Insurance Open is a jam-packed event and only the second full-field event on the PGA Tour’s schedule. The field includes 5 of the world’s top 10 golfers which is sure to bring some drama over the weekend. Similar to last year, the tournament was played from Wednesday through Saturday, which allows viewers to enjoy all their favorite sports over the weekend. With some late round drama, we saw the 3 day leader, Sam Ryder get overtaken after starting the day with a 2-shot lead above Jon Rahm. Farmers Insurance Open Purse The overall purse at the 2023 Farmers Insurance Open is $8.7 million. This is only a $300,000 bump compared to the $8.3 million pot offered in 2022. Compared to last week’s American Express Purse, we’re seeing almost a 10% improvement. This year's winner is Max Homa, who scored an impressive 66 in his final round to overcome a 5 shot deficit. Homa is expected to take home $1.