a caddie? We want our visitors to Pakasai Country Club
to really get the most out of their round and strongly
recommend that they take a caddie. Golf course is a
traditional links with a number of challenging drives
and blind shots that are sometimes not immediately
obvious to the visiting golfer. Our caddies will guide
you round the course and are experts at finding the odd
shot which may have strayed off line. We consistently
receive positive feed back from visitors that taking a
caddie significantly increased the enjoyment of their
round – particularly when it was the first time they had
visited the Club.
Rules do not expressly so state, the following are
examples of duties the caddie may perform for the player
without the authority of the player:
1.) Search for the players ball as provided in Rule 12 –
2.) Place the players clubs in a hazard – Exception 1
under Rule 13 – 4.
3.) Repair old hole plugs and ball marks – Rule 16 –
1a(vi) and Rule 16 – 1c.
4.) Remove loose impediments on the line of putt or
elsewhere – Rules 16 – 1a and 23 – 1.
5.) Mark the position of a ball without lifting it Rule
20 – 1.
6.) Clean the players ball – Rule 21.
7.) Remove movable obstructions – Rule 24 – 1.
The player may have a caddie carry his clubs and have
additional people carry items other than clubs like a
rain suit, cap, umbrella or food and beverage. The
additional people would be considered outside agencies,
and any items carried by them would also be considered
outside agencies while in their possession.