There is a lot of back and forth that goes on when it comes to the topic of whether golfers should have a caddie on the course or go off by themselves for a round of golf. While many people may find both pros and cons of using a caddie due to their own personal experience, if you have never utilized having a caddie on the course, there may be a lot of benefits that you are not aware of.
Here are some of the best parts about having a caddie on the course, for you to consider:
- You do not need to carry your clubs. Point blank, not carrying your clubs on the course is a great way to get some rest throughout the day. By not carrying your clubs to the next hole, you are allowing yourself to give your shoulders the break that they deserve and ultimately need to be successful throughout the duration of the day. This physical break will keep you fast and on point during the game.
- Caddies help you navigate the area. If you are not familiar with the course that you are playing on, a caddie will help you to navigate the area and show you around. This will help you get some advice on aiming points and the green in general.
- They will help keep the course clean and in good shape. Throughout the game, caddies will do their best to keep the course in tip-top shape so that you can focus on your game as easy as possible.
- Caddies will clean your equipment. In between rounds, caddies will help to clean your clubs and wipe down your balls. They will also help you to keep track of your balls throughout the game, so you do not have to lose track of time searching for them.