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brThe intentions of a caddie when dropping a ball in the rough cannot be honourable.
Parts of that famous caddie adage "Show up, keep up, shut up" apparently can apply to golf analysts on the ground.
Each Caddie Transporter serves as a plug-and-play system for sending multiple video and audio signals over a single fiber.
The dyadic relationship between caddie and Tour player is defined by a traditional contract and a psychological contract.
Do a search for "What's in my shower caddy" on YouTube and you will discover hundreds of people passionately discussing all the products they take to the shower and the caddies that hold all their personal hygiene products.
By enticing a diverse group of high school students to serve as caddies with the potential to earn a full-ride scholarship to a state university, the Western Golf Association is trying to expose a greater variety of youth to the game and keep the tradition of the caddie.
Shiv's regular caddie Baburam Thakur has been on his bag for 16 years, but Tuesday was a special day in his life.
Digital Caddies was founded in 2003 and has since established a solid reputation and customer base using a low cost, easy-to-use, easy-to-implement GPS service.
Steve is a hell of a caddie, there's no denying that.
Open, Rocco Mediate walked over to his caddie and put his arm around him.
Life Long Looper: The Story Of A Caddie Legend by Cindy O'Krepki is the intriguing tale of one man's seventy-seven year career as a golf caddie at Saucon Valley Country Club in Bethlehem Pennsylvania.