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Golf: Cole Caufield caddies for Trevor Zegras

As we know, Cole Caufield and Trevor Zegras often hang out together, because they’re good friends.

Once again, Caufield and Zegras were reunited. This time, it was at the Detroit Golf Club for the Pro-Am Classic, but CC22 wasn’t playing.

In fact, he was caddying for his good friend, the club bearer.

Caufield wasn’t his caddie for no reason. According to the Anaheim Ducks star, Caufield doesn’t have the accuracy he has in field hockey when he’s playing golf.

He allegedly sent a few balls off target, at which point Caufield was forced to carry Zegras’ clubs.

The Montreal Canadiens’ #22 said he enjoyed it, but it would be his last time.


Cole’s really putting in the work for Trevor Zegras 😂⛳️ #hockey #hockeytiktoks #fy #fyp #caddy #colecaufield #trevorzegras #golf

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As well as having to caddy for his friend, Caufield had to put him up in their home, after asking them to find a hotel. However, he wouldn’t have been able to stay there.

At least Zegras paid for the Tim Hortons.

A good two-for-one coffee with a morning wrap of the bacon worker is very forgiving.

For his part, Carey Price was also on a golf course, but he was accompanied by some unusual people, to say the least.

Price formed a foursome with none other than Wayne Gretzky, Sheldon Souray and Brenden Morrow.

As TVA Sports mentions above, imagine these four players in their prime. It would have made quite a quartet on an NHL team.

The four men were in the town of Harrison, Idaho, at the Gozzer Ranch Golf & Lake Club.

Unfortunately, we don’t know the foursome’s card, nor the winner of this friendly game.

What we do know is that it was four people you wouldn’t expect to play a foursome together, but clearly, they seemed to have a good time.

In gusto

– Go Montreal!

– Good news for the Quebecer freshly drafted into the NBA.

– It’s a long contract extension for the veteran San Antonio Spurs head coach.

– Read more.

– Nick Brobov, co-director of the CH’s amateur recruiting department, hasn’t made many good choices in the past. [LetsGoHabs]

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