How to Be a Good Golf Caddie - Seven Essential Tips
Tips for Aspiring Golf Caddies
The duties and skills needed to become a good golf caddie vary greatly. Probably the most important thing is to know what your player wants from you. Some golfers simply want you to "shut up and lug the bag" while others want much more information and support from their caddies.
While most of the caddies on the professional tours earn a salary plus five to ten percent of the earnings that their player makes, those jobs are obviously quite limited. This lens will instead concentrate on tips to help the "newbie" caddie.
PGA Tour caddies can make big money. Tiger Woods' ex-caddie, Steve Williams, pulled in over one million dollars per year while working for Woods.
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**Disclaimer** While the DVD listed below may he hilarious, it should in no way be used a guide for an aspiring caddie!
When golfing, have you ever employed a caddie?
Links for Loopers
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- PCA Worldwide - Professional Caddies Association
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The term caddie initially appeared in the English language in 1634.