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My local caddie scampered off down the fairway ahead of me. For Love or Money (2006)Good luck is more important than a good caddie. For Love or Money (2006)Still, having a good caddie and working out regularly were not in themselves enough. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Like any other good caddie, he has done a great job. Times, Sunday Times (2006)His marriage ended, he changed his coach and his caddie and his game got worse before it got better. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The chemistry between a player and his caddie is important and what works for some players doesn't for others. Times, Sunday Times (2011)THERE is only one prerequisite of being a good caddie and that is having a good golfer to carry for. Times, Sunday Times (2006)He is open to becoming a scout when he retires - if he does not get his dream job of a pro golf caddie! The Sun (2015)My caddie will tell you I went on about her for three weeks. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Also those of his wife, caddie, coach and manager. Times, Sunday Times (2007)We worked together for five years - player and caddie, friend and companion. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Now, she has won majors as both a caddie and a coach, and with different players. Times, Sunday Times (2010)As one experienced caddie put it: 'Make your score on the front nine and hang on for dear life coming home. Times, Sunday Times (2011)A more experienced caddie would have slowed me down and got me to "regroup', as the pros like to say. For Love or Money (2006)
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Translations for 'caddie'
British English: caddie NOUN
In golf, a caddie is a person who carries golf clubs and other equipment for a player.
Definition of caddie from the Collins English Dictionary
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