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Tony Navarro


Inducted in 2023

Longtime PGA TOUR caddie Tony Navarro was inducted into the Caddie Hall of Fame on during the John Deere Classic at TPC Deere Run in Silvis, Illinois.

A native of Moline, Illinois, Navarro began his professional caddie career in 1978 at the Quad Cities Open – now the John Deere Classic – at Oakwood Country Club in Coal Valley, Illinois.

“We are honored to welcome Tony Navarro as the newest member of the Caddie Hall of Fame,” said Jeff Harrison, senior vice president of the Western Golf Association. “We’re excited for this opportunity to celebrate Tony’s achievements and his dedication to caddying at the event where it all began."

Navarro has worked for players including Ben Crenshaw, Raymond Floyd, Greg Norman, Jeff Sluman, Adam Scott and Gary Woodland. He has notched more than 50 tournament victories, including the 1993 Open Championship and 2006 TOUR Championship.

“Everything that I have, I owe to caddying,” said Navarro. “When I found out about this award, I was excited and very humbled. There are many others who deserve it every bit as much. I’m accepting this on behalf of my family, the great pros I’ve caddied for and all the caddies I’ve worked with over the years – had it not been for them and others I met along the way, I wouldn’t have been able to do this job for as long as I have.”

For his work promoting the important role of caddies in the game of golf, Tony Navarro earned a place in the Caddie Hall of Fame.

Tony Navarro at John Deere Classic

Tony Navarro