Ever wonder how PGA Tour pros get all their clubs and clothes—not to mention strollers and cribs—to the next stop? It’s just not practical to check it all if they’re traveling commercial, or fit it all on a private jet, most of which are pretty small. That’s where Steve and Mary Hulka come in. Here they are in Hilton Head Sunday evening (Steve’s in the brown shirt, Mary’s in green) as Brian Davis (blue shirt) was dropping off his things. They were putting the final pieces in their 28-foot trailer before driving it to this week’s tour stop in New Orleans. Hulka, who started as a caddie on tour and still caddies part time, started the business after 9/11 when it became much more arduous to travel through airports, especially with a lot of luggage. His wife, Mary, joined him six years ago when the last of their three children left home. They call it Hulka’s Overland Players Express (H.O.P.E.) and they log about 45,000 miles a year in a one-ton Chevrolet Silverado pickup with the trailer attached, typically driving through the night on Sunday.