The Worcester Country Club Caddie Program

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caddie banquet

Our program is one of the most respected and acclaimed programs in Massachusetts. Started in the 1940s the program includes training each Spring and the opportunity to earn a good wage while working outside for people who have your best interests at heart. Regular caddies also enjoy periodic playing time on Worcester’s course, a shot at the annual caddie championship and a year-end banquet in their honor.

Also, caddies can apply for scholarships from The Francis Ouimet Scholarship Fund, a Massachusetts organization dedicated to supporting youth involved in the game of golf. Worcester’s membership generously supports the Fund and our caddie corps is always one of the top recipients of the scholarship. We presently have twelve youth attending college with the help of the Ouimet scholarships.

2021 Caddie Applicant Information
Interested Caddies need to Contact CJ Callender, Golf Operations Supervisor
callendercj@worcestercc.org

The 2021 Program will begin in April for new caddies. Criteria for participating in the Caddie Program is listed below.

Recommended ages of 13 and 17 years of age.  Kids must be able to carry a golf bag for up to 4 hours. 
Caddie candidates may not be related to any member of Worcester CC.

Caddie candidates should have some knowledge of the game of golf. (Preferably, as an avid golfer or caddie).


 

Caddie Levels
"B “Caddies
All "B" caddies are new to the program. They have completed all the training sessions. "B" caddies are expected to perform the basics of caddying. "B" caddies do not carry doubles.

"A" Caddies
"A" caddies are developing their skills such as helping the player with yardages, tending the flagstick, raking bunkers, cleaning golf balls on the green and forecadding when appropriate. To advance to the "AA" classification. An "A" achieves the “AA” status when he has demonstrated he/she is physically able to carry two bags and can still perform all the duties of a “AA” Caddie.

"AA" Caddies
“AA” caddies excel in all areas of caddying and have the ability to read greens, assist in club selection, and are physically able to carry two bags without falling behind.

The Caddie Master along with the Professional Golf staff will evaluate all caddies throughout the year to ensure they are assigned to the correct classifications.