2020 Caddie Applications Now Available

In golf, a caddie is the person who carries a player's bag and clubs, and gives insightful advice and moral support, almost like a coach. A good caddie is aware of the challenges and obstacles of the golf course being played, along with the best strategy in playing it.

WGCC offers a great work opportunity for those 13 years and older in a safe, and positive environment. Caddies at WGCC receive valuable training and experience where they are expected to conduct themselves in an adult manner. 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. Ninety-six Evans Scholars have come from WGCC.

Caddies- please view this WGA Training video for information.


WGCC Is Seeking Caddies!

Do you like the game of golf? Are you 13 or older and looking for a great summer job with college scholarship opportunities? We are now accepting applicants for WGCC's 2020 Caddy Program! Please submit the below form to apply.

When submitting your application, please select one of the two 4 day training sessions listed below that is best for your schedule. In order to be eligible for the position, it is mandatory for applicants to attend all four days of the selected training session.

  • The first training session will be Monday through Thursday, March 30th - April 2nd.
  • The second session will be Monday through Thursday, April 3rd - April 6th.
  • All sessions go from 4pm - 6pm at WGCC.

On the first day of training a $20 fee is collected to cover material costs. Applicants receive a program day one that covers the first three days. On the final day, there is a test on the information covered to determine if you will be selected for the 2020 Caddie Program.

Please contact Assistant Golf Professional / Golf Services Manager Steve South at westerngolfservices1926@gmail.com with any questions.

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.