Caddy Information


Western Golf and Country Club offers a fine work opportunity for  young men & women 13 years and older in a healthy, safe and positive environment.

Caddies at WGCC receive valuable training and experience where they are expected to conduct themselves in an adult manner at all times. In addition, they will work outdoors, learn about golf and good sportsmanship while earning a fair wage. Since a portion of their pay is performance based, these young people soon learn the importance of training, reliability and a good work ethic.

Western is an active contributor and supporter of the Western Golf Association/Chick Evans Scholarship Foundation. Through this foundation, caddies demonstrating high academic performance, good citizenship as well as a good caddy record are eligible to receive four year scholarships at the University of Michigan or Michigan State University.

Western Golf & Country Club Caddy Application

Please contact Mr. Steve South, Assistant Golf Professional, at with any questions.

Upon selection into our Caddy Training program there will be two, four-day sessions that you can choose from. The first session will be Monday through Thursday, April 1st-4th. The second session will be Monday through Thursday April 8th-11th. All sessions will start at 4:00pm and go until 6:00pm. There will be a $20 fee collected on the first day of training to cover costs of materials. When you submit your application please select which session is best for you, one four-day session is mandatory. All applicants must attend all four training classes to be eligible for the position. On the first day of training all applicants will receive a program that we will cover on the first three days. On the final day, there will be a test on the information covered during training to determine if you will be selected for the 2019 Caddy Program.

Please write two paragraphs about yourself below, and why you feel you should be selected to caddy at Western. The letter must be written by the applicant, and without parental influence.
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