Get to know the man who is currently carrying the bag for Robert MacIntyre.

Who Is Robert MacIntyre’s Caddie?

Robert MacIntyre has had the same caddie carrying his bag for a while now, but who exactly is he? Let’s take a look.

Who Is Robert MacIntyre’s Caddie?

The man currently helping MacIntyre out on Tour is Greg Milne, who hails from Waterford, a city in the Republic of Ireland.

Milne is a member of Faithlegg Golf Course which is in Waterford. The course opened in 1993 and was designed by renowned Irish golf course architect Paddy Merrigan. It has a championship yardage of 6,674 yards.

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When the pair first started working together officially is unclear but one of the earliest images we could find of the team was from the 2018 Monaghan Irish Challenge, a Challenge Tour event held at Concra Wood.

MacIntyre would finish in a tie for 4th place that week, five shots behind Oliver Wilson.

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Milne’s name popped up a lot at the 2019 Open Championship at Royal Portrush because of the now infamous bust-up between MacIntyre and American Kyle Stanley.

Stanley hit a couple of shots into the crowd without shouting fore and one of them struck Milne’s mother, Stephanie.

MacIntyre said at the time; “I felt like I did everything right. I said something to Kyle only when the time was right. I felt like I did what I did the way I was brought up to do things. I spoke to him personally. He was right on the cutline. And I was aware of that. So I didn’t say anything on the course. I left it until we got into the scorer’s hut. I asked him nicely. But he didn’t like it.”

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