Most of the time a caddy is an employee of the golfer. Where I caddy (Royal Portrush Golf Club) we have a caddy master who arranges caddys for visiting golfers, however he is an employee of the club. Some clubs around the world will employ full time caddys and aim to make a profit from hiring them to members and visiting golfers.
On the professional tours a caddy is always an employee of the golfer.
Up until 1983, all players were supplied caddies by Augusta National. From 1983 they were allowed to bring their own. They are the caddies who would caddy for the players on a week to week basis on tour.
The number of golf courses that offer caddies in the United States are too numerous to mention. Generally, this type of service will be found at private clubs and prestigious public clubs.
Very rarely. In most clubs it is decided by a rota, though some players choose which caddy they want.
The caddies for the players in the Ryder Cup are the ones they use week to week on the professional tours.
No, the players are given clubs by the club manufacturers.
players who have played for 5 premiership clubs and scored for all 5 clubs
free clubs that they are paid to use.
The difference between the men's golf clubs and junior golf clubs is the age bracket that the golf clubs are used by players. Junior golf clubs are used by young players typically aged from 7 to 16 years old while men's golf clubs are used by adult players from 18 years old and above. These golf clubs come in different sizes and material to fit players properly.
Temporary employees are employees that are not live players.
You are allowed 14 clubs according to the USGA
In chess clubs.
by buy players