It should come as no surprise that the best players in the world currently have some of the best talent in their portfolios as well.
A good pack can make a real difference to a player with potential, someone who knows a thing or two about what it takes to succeed as a camper player/team is NBC anchor John Woodwho has spent more than two decades working as a professional leader, including long stints with Hunter Mahan and Matt Kochhar.
On this week’s episode of Off the Track with Claude HarmonWood shares his opinion on what cans currently bring to the table the top 10 countries in the world.
Ted Scott, The box for Scottie Scheffler: “He checks every box out there. He’s technically sound. He gets the numbers right, he does his homework, he has a lot of information. But he knows when to share that information and when to shut up.”
“The other things about Ted that I think may have been very underrated is his sense of humor. Ted is a very, very, very funny guy and a great storyteller. I can’t stress how important it is for some players to feel that comfortable between shots or waiting on a tee.”
Adam Hayes, Luggage Tray for John Ram: “I think Adam is incredibly confident, and the players can feel that. Adam Hayes is always confident with the shot right away.”
JJ Yakovac, Colin Morikawa’s Cady Pack: “Very well prepared. Tons of homework, very well spoken. I think it’s very clear and very brief what Colin wants. It doesn’t go over and over again.”
Sam Penfold, Cameron Smith’s Toolbox: “I think their relationship is something special. Their friendship seems so important to their success. To have someone you have this relationship with, and you know they care about this shot just as much as you, or your wife, probably does. moreI think that says a lot to your player.”
Minister Matt, caddy by Patrick Cantlay: “Consistent. Just so solid. Another guy who was a really good player. I think he’s perfect for Patrick because Patrick is a kind of simple guy, as he is.” [Minister]. It fits their personalities really well.”
Tea Knight, bag by Victor Hofland: “Another guy I’ve always thought was so underrated. He’s so sharp. Always right there with the right advice right away. He’s so stubborn the right way.”
Harry Diamond, bag by Rory McIlroy: “Their relationship is great. They had a deep relationship before he even started getting pregnant. I think Harry has really grown into this role and it has become a huge blessing for Rory. Harry has turned himself into a very good container.”
Jim “Bons” Mackay, handbag by Justin Thomas: “Arguably the greatest boxer of all time. He obviously had great players, there’s no doubt about that. But having a great player is one thing and working hard is another. Tons of homework all the time, perfectly prepared. I think Orthopedic world.
Michael Griller, Jordan Spieth’s Luggage Tray: “I feel like every buggy has an answer to 10 questions that are never asked. Michael gets asked about all of them. And he’s always ready for them. He’s very balanced. He doesn’t exaggerate. That’s a great Michael gift.”
Austin Johnson, Cady by Dustin Johnson: “I didn’t think much of his pack early on. I think he’s one of the best players in the world right now. I think he’s one of the best green readers out there. He’s incredible at Aimpoint now. He’s working his butt.”
For more wood including What do cans look for in a playerAnd, what Wood does notice now more than ever when he’s inside the ropes, check out the full interview below.