Hailed as a generational talent in professional golf, Ludvig Aberg has introduced a well-known face as his new caddie on the PGA Tour.

Joe Skovron, the former caddie of Rickie Fowler, has reportedly been signed by rising golf star Ludvig Aberg for the 2023–2024 season.

Skovron is well-known for his 13-year partnership with Fowler, which ended in a cordial split last year.

Aberg and former golfer Jack Clarke split on December 11, according to a report first published by Golf Channel.

Clarke was on the bag when Aberg turned professional in June 2023. He is married to LPGA Tour star Madelene Sagstrom.

In June 2023, Aberg became a professional, and Clarke was on the bag. The LPGA Tour player Madelene Sagstrom is his wife.

The 24-year-old Swede won his first PGA, DP World Tour events while they were together.

In September, he played a pivotal role in Europe’s Ryder Cup triumph. This was the first time a rookie participated in the competition prior to a major.

One of the highlights was teaming up with Viktor Hovland and defeating Brooks Koepka and Scottie Scheffler in the biggest loss in the contest’s history.

Luke Donald thought that Aberg was a controversial captain’s choice, but he has lived up to the hype thus far.

Aberg also inked a multi-year contract with Titleist over the weekend, marking his first-ever equipment agreement.

Skovron was working with another young talent, Tom Kim.

In his breakthrough year, Skovron collaborated with Kim to help the South Korean defend the Shriners Children’s Open.

Aberg qualified for the Masters by winning the RSM Classic in November, and he will play in his first major tournament the following year.

Skovron has caddied for over 50 majors and has a wealth of experience.

The Sentry, which takes place in January, will be their first joint venture.

The PGA Tour’s first signature event of the new season is the annual event held in Kapalua, Hawaii.

The Tour will return to a calendar-year schedule for the first time in over ten years.

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