caddie


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caddie

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Golf an attendant who carries clubs, etc., for a player
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Bembridge sacked the caddie on the spot and reported the matter to the officials.
Theres nothing more rewarding as a caddie, in general terms, when you say, I dont like 6-iron, I like 7, and being right.
The Caddie Transporter series provides up to 18 signals of 3G/HD/SDI uncompressed video plus four additional slots that can be fitted with a selection of other modules for audio, intercom, analog video, genlock, MADI, and Dante.
The Tour player and the caddie agree to the compensation structure for services rendered for the week; the common arrangement is around $1,000 to $2,000 base salary for the week and then a percentage of the overall winnings by the Tour player, ranging between 3-10% (Lubinger, 2011).
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Historically, serving as caddie was one way aspiring players who weren't white or well-off could observe the game and play on Mondays, the off day at private clubs.
I loved it for two reasons -- I was in com- Anirban Lahiri with his caddie S.
Open as an amateur in 1913 at The Country Club in Brookline, where Ouimet used to caddie.
OTC: CADY) have announced a venture where Sprint will provide wireless coverage and Android tablet hardware for the new Digital Caddies "Players Network" tablet-based technology platform.
They know all the players, they know all the caddies, they know all the volunteers.
Woods fired his caddie of 12 years two weeks ago, reportedly upset that Williams caddied for Adam Scott without Woods' permission.