Carlos Tevez Caddied At The Open, And His Guy Finished Dead Last

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Written By Chris Azzopardi

Whatever the obscene amount of money is that Manchester City are paying Carlos Tevez to occasionally play football when he feels like it, it’s not nearly enough. To make ends meet, the Argentine superstar picked up a shift caddying for Argentine golfer Andres Romero at the 2012 Open Championship. Rumors of Tevez being bad for team unity were bolstered when Romero shot an 82, his worst score of the Open, resulting in a 12 over par, the worst score of the entire tournament.


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