It’s something new for SentryWorld. For the 2017 golf season, we’ve brought caddies to the course. Their job is to help make your round more enjoyable. From carrying your clubs and cleaning them, to helping you find your ball and providing you course information like yardage and hazards, caddies will walk with you on your round—whether it’s 9 or 18 holes. The best part is, there’s no upcharge for this service. You’re just asked to provide a suitable gratuity at the end.
So, who are our caddies? We’ve put together this series to help you get to know them.
Attends school at Pacelli and hopes to one day own or manage a business.
How long have you been golfing and where did you learn?
I’ve been golfing about 10 years. I learned at Rolling Hills Driving Range in Custer.
What attracted you to the SentryWorld caddie program?
Sentry always seemed to be a great place to work. I have friends that are caddies and they say they love the job.
What do you enjoy about caddying?
I enjoy meeting new people and being able to work outside on a golf course in the beautiful summer weather.
What’s the best thing you’ve learned so far?
The best thing I’ve learned is how great it is to work at Sentry.
How will this help you in the future?
By working with a wide variety of golfers, I’ll learn how to be more social and comfortable with people. It’ll also look good on my résumé for future work.
Would you recommend the program to others and why?
Yes, it’s a lot of fun and is a great environment to work in.
What’s your favorite golf movie/character?