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caddie

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Golf an attendant who carries clubs, etc., for a player
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Golf entrepreneur Katie Reid from Dundee, is a former US college golf scholar and has caddied at Carnoustie for the last 10 years.
He then started working permanently with Scott and, after the Aussie's victory at the 2011 WGC-Invitational, Williams said: "I've caddied for 33 years -- 145 wins now -- and that's the best win I've ever had."
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.
"I ve caddied for the guy for 12 years, I ve been incredibly loyal to the guy and I got short-shifted."
"His father caddied for (former Senior Open Champion) Pete Oakley at Slaley Hall for a few years, which is how I met him.
He started caddying in 1922 at Washington, D.C.'s Rock Creek Golf Course, where he caddied for Goose Goslin, Hall of Fame pitcher for the Washington Senators.
"The last time she caddied for me was seven or eight years ago and I was a very mediocre player back then.
'I've caddied in tour events before when the Dunhill Links Championship comes here every autumn, but the Open is something else - it's something I've always wanted to be involved in.
Never before had one man caddied for both the British and English amateur golf champions in the same year.
Now watch this drive." One nugget is missing: While Van Natta makes use of Patrick Buchanan's memoir Right From The Beginning to discuss Nixon's awkward swing--when Pat was 15, he caddied for the then-vice president--he neglected to include another of Buchanan's recollections, namely, watching as Nixon peed in the bushes.