After a friendly back and forth, it was Ariya and Moriya Jutanugarn who both got a chance to caddie for fellow Thai, Kiradech Aphibarnrat, at the Masters Par 3 Contest. For weeks in the lead up to the Masters Tournament, the sisters playfully teased Aphibarnrat, and the media, about who he would choose as his caddie for this year’s contest. In 2018, Ariya caddied solo. It seems only fitting on #NationalSiblingsDay that the sisters shared caddie duties as Aphibarnrat played alongside Nick Faldo and Jon Rahm during the Wednesday afternoon tradition at the Masters. The trio all hit from the tee at the elevated par 3, 9th hole, where the sisters fared better than Aphibarnrat. Watch their tee shots below.
Wednesday evening, Ariya will be recognized at the Golf Writers Association of America’s annual dinner, where she’s being honored as the Female Golfer of the Year for 2018. Ariya was also recognized by the organization with the same award in 2016.