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Caddies  are mandatory for all Categories. A player is prohibited from having a Parent/relative/Coach/Professional or another player serve as his caddie during the stipulated round. A PARENT MAY HOWEVER CADDIE IN D & E CATEGORIES. Caddie Fee for the tournament would be indicated in the Conditions of Competition (CoC) with every tournament, PAYABLE DIRECTLY TO THE CADDIE. Services of outside/ Private caddies, other than host club will also be intimated in the CoC. Players not availing services of club caddies are required to intimate to contact@greenstoglory.com, failing which they may be liable to pay caddie charges to the host club.

Regarding Caddies

Caddies are not to be involved in verbal or any other communications regarding advice, disputes, scores, rulings, etc. with other competitors, their caddies, any spectators or with GREENS TO GLORY officials, volunteers, or golf course staff.  The GREENS TO GLORY reserves the right to remove the caddie and/or player from the golf course for that round, tournament or any future GREENS TO GLORY tournament/s, at the sole discretion of the GREENS TO GLORY.


Caddies must refrain from over-coaching their player at risk of penalty strokes to the player due to undue delay. The definition of over-coaching is solely at the discretion of the GREENS TO GLORY. Caddies will be removed from the golf course if the GREENS TO GLORY determines that the caddies, players or spectators are affecting the play of other competitors, at the sole discretion of the GREENS TO GLORY.

Important R&A Caddie Related Rules

Rule 14-2b states that in "making a stroke", a player shall not allow his caddie to position himself on or close to an extension of the line of play or the line of putt behind the ball. A caddie may position himself in this manner before the player commits to beginning his swing but must move away once the player is set to begin his swing. Failure to do so will result in a two-stroke penalty.

Rule 8-2b states that when a player's ball is on the putting green, the player or his caddie may before, but not during, the stroke, point out a line for putting, but in doing so the putting green shall not be touched. No mark shall be placed anywhere to indicate a line for putting. Violation of this rule will result in a two-stroke penalty.

Rule 17-3 states that the player's ball shall not strike the flagstick or attendant when the flagstick is attended or the flagstick is in the hole, unattended, or when the ball has been played from the putting green. Should this occur, the player is assessed a two-stroke penalty, and the ball is played as it lies.

Rule 8-1 states that a caddie is one who carries or handles a player's clubs during play and otherwise assists him in accordance with the rules. A player may only have one caddie at any given time. A caddie may be replaced or eliminated at any time by the player. No other person may offer advice or help to a player other than his caddie.

Note:- Remember that a rules violation by the caddie is the same as if the player violated the rule. A caddie must be aware of the rules and assist his player in accordance with the rules.