Moline native returns home to caddy for PGA pro Nick Watney

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SILVIS, Illinois -- David Lawrence and Kurt Slattery weren't the only ones in the JDC with a local connection.

Moline native Tony Navarro made his way back home to the Quad Cities to play a different role in the tournament.

Navarro, a mainstay on the tour for 36 years, was a caddy for PGA Pro Nick Watney.

While anytime home is appreciated, Navarro's trip was short-lived as Watney missed Friday's cut to continue on to weekend play.




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