Larry David Raising Funds For Coronavirus Hit Caddies At His Golf Club

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March 26, 2020 | 12:12pm EST

Larry David has launched a fundraising drive for caddies at his golf club who have been put out of work by the coronavirus pandemic.
The Curb Your Enthusiasm star is a member of Los Angeles’ prestigious Riviera Country Club, a course that will host the Olympic golf tournament in 2028.
As the course is shut indefinitely due to Los Angeles being in lockdown to slow the spread of the Covid-19 virus, its professional caddies have been left out of pocket – but Larry has launched a GoFundMe page with his golfing buddy, tech executive Lloyd Braun.
“With the golf course closed indefinitely, the Rivera caddies need our help,” a simple post detailing the fundraising drive reads. “Please contribute to help our caddies get thru this unprecedented time.”
By Thursday (26Mar20) the duo and other members had already raised more than $97,000 , almost reaching their $100,000 goal, with Larry kicking in $5,000 himself. Those who have also contributed include American football star, Tom Brady.
The 72-year-old comedian has often shot scenes for Curb Your Enthusiasm at the club, with parts of last Sunday’s Season 10 finale taking place inside its locker room.