Playboy model agreed to caddie for golfer at Masters but it didnt go to plan

Stunning playboy model Lindsey Pelas once made a deal to be a caddie for a professional golfer at the 2017 Masters.

Grayson Murray aimed to play in the 2017 edition of The Masters, but had to claim top spot at the Houston Open prior to the major in order to qualify. Perhaps in a bid to give himself some more motivation, he reached out to model Pelas. He proposed that she be his caddie for the Masters annual par 3 tournament, which takes place at Augusta a day before the main tournament commences.

"Hey @LindseyPelas if I win next week in Houston will you be my caddy in the par 3 tournament at The Masters?", he tweeted five years ago, to which she swiftly replied: "Obviously." A thrilled Murray responded: “"Ayyyy! Looks like I got some motivation now!"

Golf stars have chosen guest caddies for the event in the past, with Rory McIlroy choosing former fiance Caroline Wozniacki to caddie for him, as did former One Direction star Niall Horan.

Sadly for Murray, his dream did not become a reality as he failed to qualify for The Masters that year, and five years later, he has still never participated in the competition.

In fact, he did not earn his first PGA Tour victory until July 2017, when he captured the Barbasol Championship. He earned his PGA tour card for that year after tying for tenth place at the Rex Hospital Open in his native North Carolina, which gave him entry into the following tournament. And it was there that he tied for eighth and guaranteed himself full playing time for the rest of the season.

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He had four further top 10s, including a playoff loss at the Digital Ally Open, and finished 18th on the regular-season money list. He is currently competing at the ongoing AdventHealth Championship at the Blue Hills Country Club in Canton, Massachusetts.

Murray is currently tied for 26th after shooting two under par, five shots behind leaders M.J. Daffue, Trevor Cone and Michael Feagles. Palas meanwhile, began her modelling career in 2013.

She has since modelled for multiple brands, and has also been featured in publications such as Maxim and GQ Glamour, and was named the Playboy Cyber Girl of the Month for May 2014. The 31-year-old boasts 8.5 million followers on Instagram and is the host and founder of the Eyes Up Here podcast, which is streamed weekly on Focus TV.

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