Former Sun Microsystems CEO McNealy’s next gig: caddy? E-mail Tweet Facebook Google Plus Linkedin Share icons by Benjamin Snyder" itemprop="author" class="article-byline-author"> Benjamin Snyder @FortuneMagazine June 11, 2014, 1:53 PM EDT You may not expect a billionaire and former CEO of Sun Microsystems to take on the role of caddy for a few rounds of golf, but Scott McNealy has some solid reasoning. That’s because his son, Maverick, a freshman at Stanford University, is the golfer. The younger McNealy will be playing at none other than the U.S. Open at Pinehurst starting Thursday, having qualified for a spot earlier this month. His dad, a golf enthusiast in his own right and a former golf captain at Harvard, couldn’t help tagging along. And, hey, Father’s Day is coming up soon, so there’s nothing like a little father-son bonding on one of the biggest stages — or courses — in sport. In an interview with Golf Week, Maverick McNealy said of his father: “Really, he taught me to love the game. He taught me everything.” Scott McNealy quipped back: “I taught him until he started to kick my butt.” For the elder McNealy, the pride in his son’s accomplishments — he has three others — has been well-documented. He’s been tweeting about his caddy role to his more than 10,000 followers. Below is a collection of McNealy’s public musings as he gears up for the North Carolina tournament.