ChUcK wrote:I caddied (sp?) for a guy a few weeks ago, and my hyperactive imagination created a few scenarios that could happen with a caddy.
Hmmmm. "caddy" is one of those words where the more you look at it, the stranger it seems, like "sweaty" and "marshmallow".
Anyways, here are a few questions I came up with:
1. Is a caddy allowed to mark his player's lie for him?
2. If the 30 second shot rule is still respected, can a caddy run down the fairway and let his player know what the wind is like closer towards the hole?
3. Can a caddy call a foot-fault, or second one?
4. Can a caddy challenge a score reported by a player? (i.e. when taking scores, player A says 4, nobody but the caddy remembers about the OB penalty stroke, can he say "no, no, you took a 5p, remember your OB shot?" Is that out of line?
Crap- I had a few more but have forgotten them. Does anyone have an interesting story about caddy misconduct and/or a question about caddy etiquette?
Nice. I want an entourage to assist me.Chuck Kennedy wrote:"Caddy" is singular. So only one person can be the official caddy under the rules. Nothing prevents a player from having an entourage of people to (legally) support their efforts on the course.
is a good start for Entourage requirements...ChUcK wrote:...Could he have a water caddy, a disc caddy, and another whose sole job is to support Dave's nutsack with his left hand?
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