What Do Caddie Numbers at Masters Mean?

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Bubba Watson wears mittens while walking down the second fairway with his caddie Gabriel Sauer during the third round at the Masters golf tournament on Saturday, April 9, 2022, in Augusta, Ga.
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The numbers on the caddies’ jumpsuits at the Masters are based on when their player registers on-site for the tournament.

The defending champion always gets No. 1, and then it goes by order of registration.

Players begin arriving on site to register on the Sunday before the tournament, with most players getting there on Monday.

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