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Caddie Program

Harborside International Caddie Program


What is a caddie?

A caddie is someone who assists golfers during their rounds. Their responsibilities include carrying the golfer's bag, pacing yardages, replacing divots, raking bunkers and attending the flagstick.

Eligibility Requirements:

Must be between the ages of 13-16, strong enough to carry a 25-lb bag for 18 holes.

Application/Selection Timing:

Must complete application and written essay. Interviews will be starting the week of July 17th.  Please include copy of most recent report card or transcript when submitting application.

Caddie Hours/Work:

Must be available to work Saturdays & Sundays from 7am- to 5pm.

Caddie Fees Earned:

$30-$50 plus tips.

Why is caddying important?

Caddying is part of golf's heritage—the way golf was meant to be played—and part of its future. It is also a great way to learn the game and can be a valuable investment for your future. If caddying is a good fit for you, it can also be a terrific opportunity for you to earn an Evans Scholarship—a full tuition and housing scholarship for golf caddies.

To qualify, you must have a good caddie record, good grades, demonstrated financial need and outstanding character. Learn more at www.wga.org


To Schedule an interview to become a caddie at Harborside, please complete the attached application and contact Lane Stephens at Harborside:  312.782.7837


Head Golf Professional - Lane Stephens at Lstephens@kempersports.com

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