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caddie

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Golf an attendant who carries clubs, etc., for a player
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"The toughest thing about not caddying is missing the competition, not having a dog in the fight," Mackay said before the final round.
The women spend seven weeks caddying at different golf clubs in Chicago but also receive mentoring advice and help with their ACTs.
While references to Sam's background are given, there are few interesting details that are not related to golf or caddying. Sadly, the "big goof" Sam alludes to throughout the story does not hold the payoff promised by the author.
"I am learning about caddying and I am being paid a wage, rather than commission from winnings.
As well as teeing off up to three times a week himself, he also enjoys caddying for his local club.
He's disappointed by this recent trend In caddying and wants to see a return to the days when black caddies populated America's golf courses.
One weekend caddying at the Greater Hartford Open and he was hooked.
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.
Mackay doesnAaAeAeAEt look at it as a second caree And he wonAaAeAeAEt rule out caddying agai
Renwick holds the record for caddying three champions, Spain's Jose Maria Olazabal, Australia's Steve Elkington and Fijian Vijay Singh, to five Majors.
Since his debut at The Belfry in 1993, McLean has been by Montgomerie's side for all but one of the European talisman's Ryder Cup run-outs - he missed the 2002 return to The Belfry because he was caddying for Adam Scott at the time.