Meet Billy Foster: Matthew Fitzpatrick’s Caddie

  Matthew Fitzpatrick (right) and his caddie Billy Foster (left) Credit: Matthew Fitzpatrick is a young professional golfer from Yorkshire, England. He’s very talented and has shown great promise with his 8 victories in just 7 years. 7 of his 8 wins were all international wins with just one on the PGA tour. Matt has an exceptional short game and is very well known for his putting. While his pure skill and raw talent are the biggest proponents of his success, Matthew also has an excellent partner that helps him navigate the courses week in and week out, minimizing risks and aiding in low scores by reading the greens with laser precision. Let’s get to know Matthew Fitzpatrick’s caddie . Who is Matthew Fitzpatrick’s caddie? Matthew Fitzpatrick’s caddie is Billy Foster. Billy Foster, is a veteran caddie who has caddied for some really big names: Seve Ballesteros, Lee Westwood, Sergio Garcia,  and Thomas Bjorn are among the most notable. Foster, hails from Yorkshire, Englan

The 2022 U.S. Open Caddie Payout, Purse, and Prize Money

  The U.S. Open Trophy as seen on 11 of The Country Club in Brookline, Mass. as seen on Wednesday, Sept. 8, 2021. (Copyright USGA/John Mummert) Courtesy: The 2022 U.S. Open is arguably the toughest of the four majors on the PGA Tour schedule. The USGA ensures that the course is set up in a way that it challenges every aspect of a player's game. This year, the Open will be held at a very historic venue, The Country Club at Brookline in Massachusetts. There have been many memorable moments at the Country Club at Brookline. From Francis Ouimet’s win with his 10-year-old caddie by his side, to the 1999 Ryder Cup, A lot of first-time events have taken place there. This year, there is another major moment to remember and it was announced before the first tee shot. I’m talking about the purse. The total purse at the 2022 U.S. Open The overall purse at the U.S. Open is now $17.5 million. This is a hefty improvement of $5 million compared to the purse at the 2021 Open. USGA CEO Mi