This person is called a caddy.
Just a bag. Can be a tour bag, stand bag or carry bag.
the person who carries the golfers clubs
They're called the 'Caddy'.
14 Clubs in a Golf Bag
A staff bag is a golf bag like the ones Professional golfers have their caddies carry for them. They usually have a lot of pockets and a 9.5 or 10.5 inch top.
A caddie is a golfers attendant, who would advise and carry the golf clubs.
Caddy these guys only really help professional golfers that are on the tour
The caddy carries the golfer's clubs and the crowd that follows is called the gallery.
A bag-carrier is a person who carries another person's bags.
Santa's bag that he carries all of his toys around in is green
Professional golfers use whatever clubs they want, some of the newer pros use whatever club manufacturer they are signed with. The brands are mainly Taylormade, Titleist, Ping, Callaway, Wilson. Just because a pro has a manufacturer on the bag, doesn't mean they have the clubs in the bag.
A caddy, or caddie. This person not only carries the players clubs and bag, but also offers helpful advice. A good caddy will know the challenges of the golf course and the best strategy for playing it, including proper club selection and reading the greens. Traditional caddying is where the player and the caddy both walk the course and fore-caddying is when the caddy walks and the player rides in a cart.
The stick with the bag is called a "bindle."
A caddy is someone who carries a golfer's bag of clubs