caddie


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caddie

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Golf an attendant who carries clubs, etc., for a player
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When Thomas Bjorn won an expensive car for a hole in one in a World Matchplay championship he is said to have presented it to his caddie Billy Foster, from Bradford.
If you and your caddie split 10 minutes before tee-off you have to think it's something big," said Lawrie.
91) The manager reported to the DOE that the conflict had been "promoted by a comparatively strange caddie," Donald Stewart.
GOOD PAL D P S Willie with Trevino, and below, Martin Kaymer with his caddie Craig Connolly
The controversial New Zealand caddie had been asked on stage, during a dinner at the HSBC Champions in Shanghai, to explain his notorious gloating celebration after Adam Scott's win at Akron in August.
Harrison's caddie - his wife, Jo - has recently taken up playing the sport and played her first golf competition in a nine-hole stableford caddies event before this month's Senior Masters at Woburn.
Winning a Chick Evans Caddie Scholarship was precisely what Lorenzen had in mind when he began toting bags at Emerald Valley Golf Club two summers ago, following his sophomore year at Sheldon High School.
Besides, the course is very hilly so it's a tough walk, and Green Hill is a blue-collar course so golfers wouldn't be willing to pay more for a caddie than it cost to take a cart.
Ware claimed he sustained various orthopedic injuries while the club "employed" him as a caddie.
He would later become a caddie and an assistant at the club.