This article is part of our Weekly Recap series.
The charge from my RotoWire editors is to write about fantasy golf. But sometimes things happen in sports that transcend the final score. That's exactly what took place over the past four days at famed Harbour Town Golf Links, where 47-year-old Stewart Cink and his caddie son put on a dominating – and heartwarming – display.
Cink blitzed a loaded field at the RBC Heritage to win for the second time this season with son Reagan on the bag. Talk about 'Take Your Kid to Work Day.' They also won at the Safeway Open back in the fall in the tandem's debut together. With the RBC Heritage a complete runaway, the scenes of the two of them smiling and joking throughout Sunday were special to see.
"Everything in between the shots, walking on the fairways, hanging out," the 23-year-old Reagan said when asked by Amanda Balionis what the best part of the week was. "We talk and we plan the shots and we got a system and all that, but it's the time we get to spend joking around walking on the fairway. It's awesome. It's the best. It really is."
Remember, that's the kid talking, not the father. My son is eight and barely wants to hang out with me.
And If anyone thinks this is some nepotism thing, Papa Cink set everyone straight on Friday: "He has the same amount or more than any other caddie I've ever had. He's not just my son caddying, he's a professional