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Caddy

A nickname for a Cadillac car. My Caddy is in the shop, so can I get a ride with you?

caddy

(ˈkædi)
n. a Cadillac automobile. What I really want is a caddy. Keep your yuppie beemer.
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Opportunity knocked for Simmons thanks to the Northumberland Union of Golf Clubs, who every year obtain caddying spots at Slaley Hall for junior golfers in the PGA Seniors Championship, through the county's development programme.
And while caddying has become more prestigious among whites, younger blacks have sharply turned against it, as they have a number of other menial jobs.
Class oppositions have traditionally been the hallmark of golf in Canada, with caddying being the only opportunity for young working-class males to enter the sport.
"I went back to England and was lucky enough to get a job caddying at the Benson and Hedges event at St Mellion for the Swedish guy Olle Karlsson."
David, a Backworth club golfer who once played off a handicap of two, has always, as with Wallsend Boys Club, helped young sportsmen and in 1996 he was at it again, caddying for Ashington's Kenneth Ferrie when he won the British Boys title over the Littlestone course in Kent.
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.
According to John Merchant, a former board member of the United States Golf Association, "caddying offered African Americans the opportunity to make money, do healthy, hard, outdoor work, and enable these [young men] to learn the game.
But years later, after caddying on the South African tour, he decided to make it his career and came to Europe looking for work.
There's a lot more to caddying than carrying a bag and wiping clubs.
Aitchison, who started caddying on Tour in 1951 and later became caddy-master to the European Tour, has criticised Montgomerie before.
"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.
Craig took up caddying the week after leaving St Columba's High School in Clydebank.
"He loved caddying in Florida and they liked having a Scottish caddy because he came from the home of golf.
Gilmour, who worked for Greg Norman for five years, was forced to quit caddying midway through last year's Spanish Open.
We are talking about caddying for the man who can be a curmudgeon one minute and a charmer the next.