Canadian golfer-caddy team taking on the Masters

Canadian golfer-caddy team taking on the Masters

Canada has a great golfer in the name of Graham DeLaet who will be playing at the Masters Tournament this weekend, April  10-14 and his caddy will be none other than a kid from Montreal called Julien Trudeau. Graham has said that Julien gives him all the support and encouragement he needs to keep going when the stress gets unbearable and playing in the Masters tournament is the most stressful golf game any golfer will ever play.

Young Julien played a lot of golf in his youth but put away his clubs to become the official caddy for DeLaet two years ago. The duo has been to Augusta already to check out the course and get a feeling for the 18 holes they’ll be aiming for, come Thursday. It’s a really big deal for Trudeau as he has dreamed of being part of the action at the Masters for some time now, and Graham who is from Weyburn, Saskatchewan, is among the top 10 who have a chance at winning the famous green jacket. DeLaet has being playing well this year and has improved after his successes in the President’s Cup so far this year and most recently at the Houston Open.

The young Julien has all the confidence in the world that DeLaet can win it and will be at Graham’s side to coax him along and discuss strategies on each and every hole. Lots of people will be watching the Master’s and hopefully “Team Canada” can pull off the win they’re hoping for. For Canadians watching it will be interesting to see if a second Canuck can pull off a win like Mike Weir did in 2003.

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LifeinQuebec.com Staff Writer

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