Video: Rangers Chairman Dave King Caddies For Gary Player at 2018 Masters Honorary Ceremony

Video: Rangers Chairman Dave King Caddies For Gary Player at 2018 Masters Honorary Ceremony

Rangers chairman Dave King took a break from worrying about the stresses and strains of the Scottish Premiership this weekend to caddie for legendary golfer Gary Player.

As every excited golf fan will be well aware, the 2018 Masters gets underway at the Augusta National course in Georgia, and is usually traditional, the tournament was proceeded by the annual honorary starters ceremony, where previous winners of the year’s first major take the first ceremonial tee-shot.

As a three-time winner in the 1960s and 70s, Player was joined by fellow legend Jack Nicklaus earlier this afternoon to mark the commencement of play, and eagle-eyed Gers supporters would’ve spotted King standing nearby his fellow South African.

Player and King were involved in a legal dispute several years ago but it now looks as though they’ve worked through their differences and patched things up:

Rangers are at home to Dundee in the Premiership this weekend as Graeme Murty and his squad look to secure a second-place finish – but, somehow, we reckon King might be a bit more interested in the events at Augusta.

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