Tevez turns caddie at British Open
Mon, 23 Jul 2012 1:07a.m.
Argentina star Carlos Tevez swapped the football pitch for the golf course when he caddied for countryman Andres Romero in the final round of the British Open.
After Romero shot a 77 in his third round Saturday to drop out of contention for the title, Tevez asked the No. 109-ranked player if he could carry his bag for his fourth round.
Romero gave regular caddie Anibal Nunez the day off and set out with Tevez at 8 a.m. local time in the fifth grouping of the morning.
Tevez says "the chance to walk along the course and be around these great players is a pleasure and something unforgettable."
Tevez couldn't inspire Romero, though - he shot a 12-over 82.
The pair have been friends since meeting at the 2008 British Open at Royal Birkdale.
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