Don Snyder was teaching the game of golf to his young son, Jack, they made a
pact: if one day Jack became good enough to play on a pro golf tour, Don would
walk beside him as his caddie. Years later, Jack had developed into a standout
college golfer, and Don, at the age of fifty-eight, left the comfort of his
Maine home and moved to St. Andrews, Scotland, to learn from the best caddies
in the world. He worked loops on famed courses like the Old Course and
Kingsbarns, fought his way onto the rotation as a full-time caddie, and
recorded the fascinating stories of golfers from every station in life. All the
while, he lived like a monk and sent his earnings back home.
world away, Jack endured his own arduous trials, rising through the ranks and
battling within the college golf system. At times, the question for the teenage
athlete wasn’t how to continue,
but whether to continue at all. Finally, Don and Jack approached the moment
when they would reunite, and not only tackle an extraordinarily high level of
golf competition but also confront the challenges of a father-son relationship
that had inevitably changed since the days when their journey began. Download and start listening now!