Na earned the car when he won the Charles Schwab Challenge

By Lindsay Kimble
May 27, 2019 12:11 PM
Kevin Na of the United States and his caddie, Kenny Harms (left), pose for a photo with Charles Schwab
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Kevin Na is making sure his caddie knows how much he’s appreciated.

The Korean American golfer gave his caddie, Kenny Harms, the 1973 Dodge Challenger he won when he nabbed the top spot at the Charles Schwab Challenge on Sunday, according to USA Today.

Na, 35, promised the restored car to Harms, telling reporters in a post match interview, “By the way, that car is Kenny Harms’ baby! I’m giving it to Kenny,” reported.

“He and I have an 11-year relationship,” Na reportedly added. “We are like brothers, and I’m more than happy to give it to him.”

On Sunday, Na won $1.31 million. According to, caddies usually get paid in the range of 10 percent of the total winnings. Na indicated to reporters, however, that he may pay Harms more.

Kevin Na
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“You know what? Wouldn’t surprise me if he’s the highest percentage paid caddie out her,” Na said during the press conference. “I’m being dead serious. You can ask him. He won’t tell you the number, but he gets a good check, a lot more than the average.”