The fight between the caddies and the PGA Tour is not over yet.
The caddies filed an appeal Monday in the U.S. District Court Northern District of California, less than a month after their case against the PGA Tour was dismissed. On Feb. 9, U.S. District Judge Vince Chhabria ruled that the caddies signed a contract with the PGA Tour that requires them to wear bibs as part of their uniform and cannot claim that corporate sponsorship on the bibs makes them "human billboards."
In speaking with a representative from the law firm representing the caddies, attorney Arthur R. Miller will be arguing the case on their behalf.
The initial lawsuit was filed in February 2015 by a group of 82 caddies, which eventually grew to 168, demanding compensation for wearing bibs during competition.