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Synonyms for caddie

an attendant who carries the golf clubs for a player

act as a caddie and carry clubs for a player


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Troung said golfers were generous during the 81 18-hole rounds he caddied in Portland.
When Dougherty was about 12, he caddied for Ouimet a handful of times.
I caddied here for Greg, caddied here for Raymond, caddied here for Tiger, so I ve been here a lot.
Around 15 of the Senior Tour pros caddied for their caddies," revealed Harrison, "and it was quite eventful for Jo.
I caddied twice for Ernie Els' father Neels in the Dunhill Links pro-am,' said Jones.
I wrote to the Walker Cup captain Geoff Marks, who said it would be OK, but Sunningdale is a snooty place and they advised me that only pro caddies could work and added that, despite being a county president, I wouldn't be allowed in the clubhouse if I caddied.
Adam's never caddied before and it's obviously a tough thing for him to do.
He caddied from age ten to fourteen and then joined the Forgan firm in Glasgow to learn clubmaking.
Having caddied for Lee Trevino at his back-to-back Open Championship wins in 1971 and 72 and accompanied Roberto Vicenzo on his walk to the Claret Jug in 1967, Aitchison's standing was considerable and he used it wisely to campaign for change on behalf of his colleagues - with a bit of help from a defending champion threatening to pull out of the Open Championship.
I went out with Todd a couple of rounds and caddied for him .
I must know hundreds of guys who golf because they used to caddie," said Green Hill ranger Bill Foley, who caddied at the course in the early 1950s for 75 cents a round.
Each caddie had to go through certain training, and that was how you were ranked," adds McDaniel, who caddied as a young adult.
I can't think of another husband-wife team who are (professional) caddies,'' said Player, a three-time Masters champ, for whom Greg McMillan caddied in the 1997 Masters.
Jerry Higginbothan, who caddied for Open champion Mark O'Meara, is believed to have been paid pounds 30,000 after the American picked up his pounds 300,000 winnings - and that's on top of a weekly salary.