Lexi Thompson is sticking with familiar faces on the bag. The 23-year-old 10-time LPGA winner said she will continue to use her brother, Curtis, as her caddie this year. When he's playing in his own tournaments — he made 13 starts on the Web.com tour in 2018 — she'll use her dad, Scott. Thompson made it clear that her brother isn't just in a fill-in role at the moment, either, saying "I'm not searching for anybody right now." "I think I realized that's who cares about me the most right now," Thompson said on Wednesday at the Diamond Resorts Tournament of Champions, explaining why she's using family members on the bag. "My dad's been my coach my whole life. If I have him on the bag, I know he can help me out tremendously. Same thing with Curtis. He knows my golf swing very well too. He can always keep me laughing out there. So with either of them, I know I'm going to do well and just feel comfortable out on the golf course and a lot less pressure." Thompson split with caddie Kevin McAlpine prior to the CME Group Tour Championship in Naples, Fla., in November. Curtis picked up her bag and she won for the first time since September 2017. Her win came a few months after Thompson skipped the British Open "to take some time to work on myself."