Kiwi golfer Lydia Ko's ever-growing list of caddies and coaches
Lydia Ko could soon be carrying her own bags if she keeps triggering caddies at the rate she's going.
The Kiwi golfer has reportedly sacked both her swing coach (Gary Gilchrist) and caddie (Peter Godfrey) ahead of this week's Australian Open, bringing another overhaul to the former world No 1's team.
Former PGA Tour professional Ted Oh is set to take over from South African Gilchrist, who only lasted a year after taking over from David Leadbetter - Ko's coach from 2013 until the end of 2016.
Meanwhile, Johnny Scott - Ko's new caddie - will be her 11th since she played her first professional tournament in November 2013.
If Scott's still carting her flashy PXG clubs around in four and a half months - the average span her previous bag carriers have been on the job - he'll have to count himself lucky.
KO'S PREVIOUS 10 CADDIES:
Michael Henderson - sacked in Ko's rookie year.
Scott Lubin - sacked in Ko's rookie year.
Mark Wallington - sacked in Ko's rookie year.
Steve Kay - sacked in Ko's rookie year.
Domingo Jojola - sacked in Ko's rookie year.
Mike Cowan - sacked in Ko's rookie year.
Greg Johnson - sacked in Ko's rookie year.
Jason Hamilton - almost lasted two years (the clear winner). Carried Ko's bags for 10 of her 14 LPGA tour victories - and both major wins - but was given his marching orders in October 2016. Kiwi caddie Steve Williams, who carried Tiger Woods' bags for much of his career, suggested Ko had prematurely hit the panic button after a form slump.
Gary Matthews - took over from Hamilton but was out the door by April 2017. He labelled his departure a "head scratcher".
Peter Godfrey - caddied for Ko on the LPGA Tour last year after replacing Matthews, but Ko couldn't record her first win since July 2016 and has seemingly lost her patience with the Englishman.
KO'S COACHES SINCE GOING PRO:
David Leadbetter - was Ko's swing coach from 2013 until the end of 2016, helping her win all of her 14 LPGA tour wins, including both majors. After their split, he admitted he found it difficult dealing with the overbearing influence of Ko's parents.
Gary Gilchrist - In out the door after a year. Within a month of taking over from Leadbetter, Ko claimed he'd "ripped apart" her swing in a bid to get back to her best.
Ted Oh - Ko's camp have confirmed to LPGA.com that she is working with Oh, who made six starts on the PGA Tour. He also grew up competing with Tiger Woods and qualified for the US Open as a 16-year-old in 1993.