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C.T. Pan Grabs Random Fan To Be His Caddie After His (The Legendary Fluff Cowan) Gets Hurt At RBC Canadian Open

It’s a great golf story.

PGA Tour Golfer CT Pan During the final round of the RBC Canadian Open on Sunday, he was assisted by not one, not two, not three, but four caddies — and, amazingly, one of them was a fan.

The incident occurred after Pan’s caddie, Mike “Fluff” Cowan, slipped and fell on a rainy day on the third hole at Hamilton Golf and Country Club. PGA Tour officials said the 76-year-old Cowan was lucky to suffer only “non-serious” injuries. ESPNHe was also spotted watching the game in a golf cart. (Related: Not That Birdie! Ishi Gabsza Hits Birdie at U.S. Women’s Open)

That’s when Paul Emerson, a fan who lives near Aurora, Ontario, took over. Yes, I was Cowan’s caddie and bag-carrying caddy. As Pang walked with Cowan and helped him to the emergency room next door, Emerson asked Pang if he needed help, according to Pang himself. And Pang accepted.

“I helped Fluff take off his bib, put it on and started walking towards the hole,” Emerson said. PGATour.com.

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And to make the situation even better, there was apparently a fifth caddie involved – a second fan.

Stories like these are what make the movie Happy Gilmore so great.

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