Rahm gets new agent as Mickelson gets full-time caddie

NASSAU, Bahamas (AP) Spanish star Jon Rahm has a new agent in a move that has Phil Mickelson keeping his brother as a caddie.

Lagardere Sports announced Friday that Tim Mickelson, Rahm’s coach at Arizona State until joining Lagardere to manage Rahm, has made a full-time move to be the caddie for his brother next year.

Rahm now will be represented by Steve Loy, the president of golf at the management firm, with Jeff Koski in the U.S. and Jamie Evans in Europe handling more daily affairs. Rahm is the No. 4 player in the world.

Mickelson and longtime caddie Jim ”Bones” Mackay parted ways this summer after 25 years, and Mickelson used his brother the rest of the year. Mickelson has not won since the 2013 British Open at Muirfield.