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caddy

(ˈkædi)
n. a Cadillac automobile. What I really want is a caddy. Keep your yuppie beemer.
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The thing I have learned most from caddying on the Senior Tour is how good a professional's short game is compared to club players, who tend to practise their driving most of the time.
Caddying was virtually the only route to a professional career as a golf "pro.
Bradley got the caddying bug while backpacking around Australia in 1992.
Shelby Newman of Coos Bay, a college student and an "A Caddy," said the largest tip she's received was "$500 - five one hundred-dollar bills" for a single day of caddying.
Caddying taught me a really strong work ethic and gave me a sense of independence.
He started playing with a different manufacturer's clubs in 1997 and Nicki took 1998 off from caddying to carry Bobbi Maria, who was born in August of that year.
Craig took up caddying the week after leaving St Columba's High School in Clydebank.
SCOTTISH journalist and former bagman Lawrence Donegan once wrote that caddying isn't brain surgery - it's more complicated than that.
VALENCIA - Margot McMillan, a tall, slim blond from South Africa, said spectators on the Senior PGA Tour often assume she's the ``girlfriend,'' a judgment she laughed at Saturday after caddying 18 holes for golf legend Gary Player.
We are talking about caddying for the man who can be a curmudgeon one minute and a charmer the next.
He loved caddying in Florida and they liked having a Scottish caddy because he came from the home of golf.
One day I was caddying for Michael when Catherine, who was playing in a different party, spotted us from the opposite fairway and came across to meet us.
Both Lehmans insisted there was no connection between the flying putter and Melissa's caddying.
Gilmour, who worked for Greg Norman for five years, was forced to quit caddying midway through last year's Spanish Open.
The Record revealed the Ayrshire caddies branded golf bosses "scrooges" over the pounds 30 fees they earned while caddying for the winning Great Britain and Ireland team at the St Andrews trophy match last week.