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Comment from: Speedcat Hollydale [Visitor] Email
Now that this is in print, I'll bet that the caddies will change their policy. I can't imagion that St. Andrews makes a rule like this to be broken. I, for one, would feel a little guilty!
02/05/07 @ 00:47
Comment from: Shanks [Visitor] Email
Standard caddy fee of 5-10 pounds? That's being a little cheap. At today's exchange rate that would equate to less than twenty bucks, or under $5/hour. I say give em 15 pounds and consider it a bargain.
02/05/07 @ 15:05
Comment from: Brandon Tucker [Visitor] Email
That's on top of between 40-60 pounds you pay the club. I assume most of that goes to the caddies.
02/05/07 @ 15:08
Comment from: Shanks [Visitor] Email
Gotcha. I always tipped 15 pounds. But my caddies were all very good. Might reduce to to 5-10 if they didn't meet or exceed my expectations.
02/06/07 @ 10:39

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