PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. - You won't find Lou Loomis inside the caddie shack, not "Caddyshack," at the Honda Classic.
Dale McElyea, president of the Professional Tour Caddies of America, has been serving breakfast and lunch to caddies and professional golfers inside his caddie shack for 14 years.
Maggie Moody, who works in the caddie shack at the Honda Classic says she sees about 300 to 400 caddies and pros a day.
"We're like a big family. It's a place where they can come be themselves," said Moody.
Moody said they are busiest on Tuesday and Wednesday during the Honda Classic because those are days when tour representatives also dine in the caddie shack.
Once the Honda Classic ends, the mobile caddie shack, is on to the next tour.
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