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caddie

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Golf an attendant who carries clubs, etc., for a player
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McRae has caddied for four American presidents - when they drove into the trees the trees threw the balls back.
Troung said golfers were generous during the 81, 18-hole rounds he caddied in Portland.
I have caddied for Shiv in events where he has played with Lee Westwood, Darren Clarke, Mike Weir and K.
Dougherty caddied at Woodlawn from the fifth grade through college, then served as the caddie master for 35 years before stepping down in 1998.
His father caddied for (former Senior Open Champion) Pete Oakley at Slaley Hall for a few years, which is how I met him.
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.
He said: "I caddied for Dan Halderson and he was determined to have traditional Scottish fish and chips served in newspaper.
Last week at Torrey Pines, Woods agreed to play a round with Feherty for the show, while McCord caddied for comic relief.
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.