Well, that depends if you know what the difference between the Golf clubs. I would estimate around $20....depending if youre nice or not
I caddy and I am thirteen. I make anything from $30 a round to $60 a round.
Under the rules of golf and amateur status of the R and A, the maximum an amateur can win is £250. Under the rules of golf and amateur status of the USGA the maximum an amateur can win is $500. If an amateur accepts a prize of greater than this they forfeit their amateur status, and are therefore by definition a professional golfer.
once i made 100$
If you are an amateur, then by definition you do not get paid.
The winner's caddy would usually get 10% of their players' winnings. Then on a sliding scale, it also depends on the arrangement between player and caddy.
Very little. In the UK an amateur cannot accept a prize with a retail value of more than £500, in the US it is $750.
Well it matters how good you are? If you play amateur not to much. Pros can make 9 million carrier tournament averages
It depends on your golfer, usually there is a flat rate around $20 for caddies at country clubs, but then the golfer can also give you a tip.
Yes they could, but when they got the result they will be DQ ( disqualified). But if they told the referee first, they will just let them play but they won t be in match. But the pros won t do like this because they knows the rules. And playing amateur tour does not earn much money than the professional tours.
A caddy on the PGA tour can make up to 10% of what the pro makes.