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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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Open as an amateur in 1913 at The Country Club in Brookline, where Ouimet used to caddie.
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.
What a cad!: Golfer Lee Westwood with his caddies Ant and Dec.
recruits, and assigns caddies to players at different country clubs, has witnessed a steep decline in the number of black caddies over the past decade.
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.
The collection of 30 caddies were collected by a Southport woman and are expected to fetch a total of pounds 5,000 when they are sold by city auction house Outhwaite and Litherland.
It may well be Elland amateur Ricki Roberts, long-serving caddie with Ernie Els who has been at the South African ace's side in another record season.
Recent legal decisions point out that even traditional independent contractors such as golf caddies can potentially be reclassified as employees.
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.
Some golfers who played the White Witch soon after it opened said they didn't find the caddies to be as skilled as they were at Half Moon Golf Club, also located in Rose Hall.
A distinctive gift containing three 25gram (0.9oz.) Caddies. Each Caddy is full of favorite English teas--English Breakfast, Earl Grey, and English Afternoon.
Caddy spoons, probably still in use today in spite of tea bags, link to the tea caddy and there were some magnificent examples of fine tea caddies to be seen at a recent NEC antiques fair with a price range up the pounds 4,000 mark.
"Caddies are a very important part of what we do, but Adam's played a long time and it's not like he doesn't know golf.
The intent of this article is to illustrate the degree to which unorganized youthful male workers were willing to strike and press for improved wages and working conditions during the 1930s when employed as caddies and pin-boys.(3) One may well ask why it is important to examine these two specific groups of workers and what the similarities and contrasts are between them.
Increasing applications of fuel caddies associated with surf lifesavers and lifeguard services are boosting the growth of the fuel caddy market.