By petedirenzo
Friday, May 15, 2009

Former PGA Tour player Lance Ten Broeck made two loops of the Resort Course at La Cantera Golf Club Thursday during the Valero Texas Open. The first was as a caddie for Jesper Parnevik, who finished with a 70. The second was as a competitor.Ten Broeck, taking advantage of a spot that opened after the withdrawal by David Berganio (back injury), shot a respectable 71 yesterday afternoon. According to a Reuters News Service article, Ten Broeck used borrowed clubs to play his round while his son caddied. The 53-year-old Ten Broeck is a former PGA Tour player who made $146,568 during his best season, 1989.Now the question is: Who will caddie for Parnevik if both he and Ten Broeck make the cut?  (And if Ten Broeck makes it and Parnevik doesn’t—would Jesper tote Lance’s bag?)

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