caddie


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caddie

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Golf an attendant who carries clubs, etc., for a player
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Former world No.1 Day (top) has had fellow Aussie Luke Reardon as his caddie since 2017.
The House of Representatives has passed on second reading, a bill granting social security and welfare benefits to golf caddies and other related service workers.
The world number 22 collected a winner's cheque for USD 1.3million (PS1.01million), of which caddies can usually expect to receive up to 10 per cent depending on their arrangement with the player.
Riri Lyn (the caddie's Facebook account name) painted a bleak picture of how caddies at the 36-hole golf resort were being maltreated.
As regards the 7th Samson Memorial Golf Championship, this year it had events for Senior Caddies, Staff Caddies, Category 'B' Caddies, Veteran golfers, Senior Golfers, Ladies and Amateurs.
Bembridge sacked the caddie on the spot and reported the matter to the officials.
Mackay was only a temporary replacement at Waialae for Jimmy Johnson, a good friend and Thomas regular caddie who has a nasty case of plantar fasciitis that will keep him in a walking boot for the next month.
While in Las Vegas for the NAB Show, Joseph Electronics will introduce the Caddie Transporter series, a new family of customizable fiber transporter caddies for use in remote-broadcasting applications.
The Tour player and caddie are viewed in this paper as an organisation or small business.
The well-written, first-person narrative vividly portrays Caddie's struggle with obsessive compulsive disorder.
"There was a player and his caddie. The caddie is there to be a companion for the round and for advice.
Munjal told me that he wanted me to caddie for him, I was very enthusiastic.