The unmistakeable overalls are the traditional garb of Augusta’s caddies — the cadre of faithful lieutenants who will follow, guide and cajole their man uphill and down dale across the exclusive Georgia greensward.
The outfit may not denote a position of high office like a green jacket — caddies are still not allowed in the clubhouse — but it facilitates something money can’t buy: Inside-the-ropes access at the Masters.
One man with a golden ticket is Englishman Billy Foster, caddie for former world No. 1 Lee Westwood, who will return for his 21st year in the suit this week.
“It can be pretty uncomfortable and pretty hot,” Foster told CNN. “It’s thicker than they look on TV, like a…