If Tiger Woods wins next year's Masters and Steve Williams (above) is on the bag, the 36-year-old New Zealander will become the first caddie to win all four major championships. Here are the caddies with the most victories in the majors.
Alfie Fyles '75, '77, '80, '82, '83 British Opens ( Tom Watson).
The Book: Watson loved Fyles's diligence and thick Scottish brogue, but according to another caddie, "Alfie couldn't club a caveman."
Willie Peterson '63, '65, '66, '72, '75 Masters ( Jack Nicklaus).
The Book: A flamboyant character who was said to live beyond his means, Peterson once told Nicklaus, "Mister Jack, I need to have more than anyone's ever been paid."
Willie (Pappy) Stokes '38 Masters ( Henry Picard), '48 Masters ( Claude Harmon), '51 and '53 Masters ( Ben Hogan), '56 Masters ( Jack Burke Jr.).
The Book: Born on the grounds of Augusta National, Stokes excelled at pulling the right club—without looking at a yardage book. He told Burke in 1956 before the winning putt on the 72nd green, "Cruise it right in there, Mr. Burke. Cruise it in."
Nathaniel (Ironman) Avery '58, '60, '62, '64 Masters ( Arnold Palmer).