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caddie

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Golf an attendant who carries clubs, etc., for a player
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I am learning about caddying and I am being paid a wage, rather than commission from winnings.
And while caddying has become more prestigious among whites, younger blacks have sharply turned against it, as they have a number of other menial jobs.
David, a Backworth club golfer who once played off a handicap of two, has always, as with Wallsend Boys Club, helped young sportsmen and in 1996 he was at it again, caddying for Ashington's Kenneth Ferrie when he won the British Boys title over the Littlestone course in Kent.
Remembering the irascible, bumbling burglar Pesci played in those films, however, was enough to jolt the 16-year-old's nerves when she reported to the SBC Classic Pro/Am event Wednesday at Valencia Country Club and learned she would be caddying for Pesci and three others.
Those engaged in caddying included children, adolescents, and young adults who were often married.
He picked up the prime job of caddying for England's newest sporting sensation in last week's Open.
Aitchison, who started caddying on Tour in 1951 and later became caddy-master to the European Tour, has criticised Montgomerie before.
He explained: "I was caddying for Tony Lema at Birkdale in 1965, the year after he'd won The Open, and was carrying the Claret Jug to the clubhouse when a doorman stopped me.
When not caddying, they'll help golfers take their clubs out of their cars and wash clubs the way they do at higher end clubs.
To help assure the resort's guests have a sufficient number of qualified caddies, Weybright and Brooke teach a 16-hour basic caddying course once each month at Southwest Oregon Community College in nearby Coos Bay.
Reilly ended up caddying for a number of professional golfers, including Jack Nicklaus, as well as Donald Trump, Deepak Chopra, and Bob Newhart.
At a time when job opportunities for blacks at these private clubs were limited, caddying and having other service-providing responsibilities were highly respected positions.