caddie

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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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This lawsuit is intended to protect the rights of caddies who are required to endorse tour sponsors with zero compensation from the PGA Tour," says sports law attorney Eugene "Gene" Egdorf of The Lanier Law Firm in Houston, lead counsel for the caddie plaintiffs.
Introducing My Lanny, the Go-Anywhere Shower Caddie designed to organize and keep all your showering products off the shower floor simply by hooking it, using it and storing it
We hope there's a great surge in our members' interest to support caddies," he said.
Munjal told me that he wanted me to caddie for him, I was very enthusiastic.
Digital Caddies was founded in 2003 and has since established a solid reputation and customer base using a low cost, easy-to-use, easy-to-implement GPS service.
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McLean said: "The caddies get a similar sense of pride as the players because it's a fantastic event.
Although wooden caddies were made in the early 18th century, it was only in the second half of that century that they were produced in any numbers.
Twenty-five stunning students at St Andrews university - all pals of Prince William - have set up a firm called Model Caddies.
A RARE collection of antique tea caddies is set to cause a major stir in the auction world.
It is a closely guarded secret the exact amount a caddie on the major tours can earn but my golf writer colleague Norman Dabell, in his book `Winning the Open - the caddies' stories', says the modern caddie can expect a retainer of at least pounds 500 a week, more if he or she is experienced, and then a percentage of his boss's winnings.
A small percentage of this devolved on the caddies, the smartest of whom quickly learned how to share expenses, live cheaply, and make it to the next stop down the road.
In the country club industry, for example, it is common practice to classify caddies as independent contractors.
Syratech was one of the early providers of buffet caddies, and during the recent International Home & Housewares Show in Chicago, a few other vendors presented their own interpretations.