When some golfers win a tournament they tend to award their caddies with a nice watch, an expensive set of clubs, or even straight cash. But after winning a tournament on Sunday, Kevin Na had something even more special in mind.
According to ESPN, Na gifted caddie Kenny Harms with the 1973 Dodge Challenger he had been awarded for winning the Charles Schwab Challenge. ClassicCars.com has the value of that car ranging from $24,000 to over $100,000 depending on the condition.
Per the report, Harms specifically asked Na for the car if he was able to win the Charles Schwab Challenge. Na admitted that he appreciated winning the tournament trophy enough to give him the car.
"He knows I was thinking about it," Na said. "I mean, looks like a beautiful car, but little did I know how much that car was worth."
"I'm more than happy to give it to him,'' Na said. "I got something cooler right here."
Whatever the value of the car was, it pales in comparison to the reported $1.3 million Na received for winning the tournament.
Na finished the first day of the tournament at even par, but then exploded onto the top of the leaderboard on day two.
Six birdies and an eagle on a par-5 put him at -8 and right in the thick of things heading into the final two days.
He went -1 on day three to put him several strokes ahead for day four.
Na would dominate the final day of the Charles Schwab Challenge, sinking six birdies partially offset by two bogies to go -4 on the day, and finish at -13 - a full four strokes ahead of runner-up Tony Finau.
The win marked a big rebound for Na after being cut from the PGA Championship the week before.