Caddie is a golf term derived from the word Cadet.
Golf may appear to be a lonesome activity, yet it is anything but. A caddy is a golfing partner who assists the player during the game. A caddy is a person who handles a player’s bag and clubs while also providing advice and moral support.
The name comes from the French term le cadet, which means ‘the young boy’ or ‘the cadet.’ In the year 1610, it made its first appearance in the English language.
Soon after 1634, players began abbreviating the term to ‘cadet’ or ‘caddie.’
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