caddy caddy  /ˈkæ di/


  1. (n) a can for storing tea
  2. (v) act as a caddie and carry clubs for a player



  1. Glen Garden's caddy corps blindfolded him, stuck him in a barrel and rolled him down a boulder-strewn hill behind the caddy house.
  2. His caddy often asks Harrington before he takes his club back whether he's happy, to which he usually answers in the affirmative.
  3. The only extra expenditures he will have will be discretionary incidentals like caddy hire, new balls, refreshments, etc.


  1. Notes: Decatur’s own gets best view as winner's caddie

    DECATUR — When Decatur’s Tim Woods arrived at Hickory Point Golf Course on Sunday morning, he never expected to be caddying for the Decatur-Forsyth Classic champion.
    on June 17, 2013     Source: Herald & Review

  2. Man accused of ransacking Corralitos home, from vintage Mustang to shower caddy

    CORRALITOS -- A 43-year-old man is accused of ransacking a Corralitos home in May and taking everything from a vintage Ford Mustang to the homeowner's shampoo and shower caddy.
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Santa Cruz Sentinel

  3. Billy Casper to visit Golf for Kids outing

    Long before he became globally famous as one of the top golfers of his generation, Billy Casper was a typical teenager looking to find his way — and make a little money at that. He found both at the local golf course, which quickly became his window to the world. As a rookie caddy at age 13, Casper began a special relationship with the sport that would define him for decades to come. Toting golf ...
    on June 13, 2013     Source: The Beacon News

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  1. "I told my caddy we had to make 2-3 to have a chance," Cabrera said.
    on Oct 18, 2007 By: Angel Cabrera Source: Toronto Star

  2. "I was delighted with the round," said Clarke. "It was good to play well again. I have been working hard and doing the right things, but I wasn't holing the putts. But I changed my set-up after a chat with my caddy Brendan last Thursday night...
    on Jul 8, 2010 By: Darren Clarke Source: AFP

  3. "Yes, it was a tough day today," said Goosen, the 2001 and 2004 US Open champion. "I was five shots behind those two and I told my caddy that we needed three birdies to even things out, and I am glad I was able to do that."
    on Jan 27, 2007 By: Retief Goosen Source: International Herald Tribune

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