Caddie tip of the day
Walking vs riding
The game of golf was built on the foundation of walking and carrying your clubs. In the 16th century, the term "caddie" was coined by Mary, Queen of Scots, after the cadets were assigned to carry the golf clubs for royalty. Today, you see golfers on TV carefully planning their round with their caddie and working together as a team. The Caddie Program at Briar Ridge gives you the opportunity to join up with a caddie to enjoy the game as it was originally intended. Taking a caddie also has Heath benefits, you will walk approximately 6 miles during your round, which is great exercise.
Play golf, take a caddie, and get in your daily exercise; the trifecta!
Mark Swinford, PGA
Briar Ridge Country Club