Masters Volunteer From Aiken Shares Memories Of Jack Nicklaus’ 1986 Victory

Photo of Rhett Sinclair.
Photo of Rhett Sinclair.

Augusta, GA (WJBF) – There are hundreds of volunteers who have worked at The Masters for decades. The stories they take home with them each year are a key part of the experience of working every spring at golf’s greatest venue.

Aiken’s Rhett Sinclair has worked with the scoring committee since 1983. He has caddied in the tournament. He has watched Tiger Woods and Jordan Spieth re-write the record books. He has countless stories from more than three decades of experiencing “a tradition unlike any other.”

But his greatest Masters memory is his special connection to Jack Nicklaus’ victory in the 1986 Masters. He shares that connection in this video.

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