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Roar of the Crowd: The Caddies

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We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
The series in which sports personalities talk about themselves and express their opinions against a backcloth of action looks at a less glamorous side of the professional golf circuit.
Caddies have been referred to as 'layabouts', 'vagrants', 'bums', and 'the travelling brewery'. But the top caddies feel that the professional golf stars could not get along without them and the advice and comfort they give when the pressure is on. Some golfers agree with them; others regard them as outdoor valets who should be seen, preferably in a smart boiler suit, but definitely not heard.
"The caddie and the golfer become a team .. my caddie knows me better than any other man on the face of the earth." (Billy Casper)
(Colour)

Contributors

Production team: Bob Abrahams
Production team: Terry Long
Film Editor: Richard Hindley
Series Producer: Phil Pilley

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Roar of the Crowd: The Caddies

BBC Two England, 24 October 1969 21.10






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