10 Caddy Do’s and Don’t’s

Many people think that being a caddy is nothing more than carrying a guy's golf clubs around. Wrong. A caddy has one of the most important jobs in sports and being a good caddy has many requirements.

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DO carry your golfer's golf bag around.
DO NOT carry your golfer around, no matter how often he asks you to. It's bad for your back.

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DO give your golfer the club he requests.
DO NOT give him a different club than the one he requests, thinking it will be a hilarious prank when he hits his shot 70 yards over the green, even though it really would be a pretty hilarious prank.

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DO keep the golf bag stocked with healthy, energy-rich foods such as granola bars and fruit.
DO NOT keep the golf bag stocked with healthy, energy-rich foods such as milk and sushi.

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DO tell your golfer how far it is to the hole.
DO NOT tell him that the yardage is listed on the tee box and also at various points throughout the fairway because then your presence will seem even more pointless.

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DO help your golfer find his ball in the rough.
DO NOT pick the ball up and put it in your pocket to take home, even though high-end golf balls are worth, like, 5 bucks.

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DO encourage your golfer after a bad hole.
DO NOT encourage your golfer to quit or "just go ahead and kill yourself" after a bad hole.

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DO keep your golfer aware of the wind.
DO NOT make any of the wind.

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DO make sure spectators and photographers stay quiet during your golfer's swing.
DO NOT tell your golfer that he would have to put up with crowd noise if he played a real sport.

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DO remind your golfer of local course rules.
DO NOT remind your golfer that his playing partner RULZ!

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DO help your golfer line up putts.
DO NOT help your golfer line up pussy.

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