Now having played five rounds at this week's event, Tanguay feels Dalke has learned her game well.
“We have very similar styles, which I think really helps,” Tanguay said. “He's a little more aggressive than I am as a player, and in match play, that's really what you want. You want to go at the flags, but at the same time, make good decisions when you need to just make par.
“We still debate on what to hit sometimes, and I tell him, ‘Brad, I know my course. I know this is what I want to hit.' And he lets me go with my decisions. He never puts me in doubt, and I think that's the most important thing for a caddie.”