Does Tiger Woods always use the same caddy and if so how much does he get paid?
Millions and millions of dollars. Steve Williams (Tiger Woods' caddy) and Jim 'Bones' Mackay (Phil Mickelson's caddy) would be the highest paid caddies on tour. There never is full disclosure of how much caddies get paid or what percentage of the winners they get, although it would be around 10 percent of the winners' cheque. In 2000 (the year Tiger Woods won the US Open, The Open and USPGA Championship and a whole host of…
The net work of well-established caddy Mike Cowan, also known as Fluff," is not precisely known. However, when he was working for Tiger Woods, Cowan revealed that he earned $1,000 per week with Woods, and that he earned bonuses of up to 10% of Woods' monetary winnings. Given that Cowan has caddied for some of the most prolific names in professional golf, he is certainly worth at least hundreds of thousands of dollars.
The exact amount is unknown but since 1996 his main charity, the Tiger Woods Foundation, has raised and dispersed more than $30 million to communities nationwide through grants, scholarships and the Tiger Woods Learning Center. Actually, the foundation distributes money that others have donated to the foundation--not Tiger Woods. So it is questionable whether Mr. Woods donates any of his own money to the foundation.