What percentage does caddy get?
Regular PGA Tour caddies earn between 5 and 10 percent of their player’s winnings each week, with the rate rising according to the order of finish.
Do pro golfers have their own caddies?
They win together, they fail together. Caddies rely on their pro golfers because how much pro golfers pay their caddies is based on how much the pro makes. Pro golfers pay their caddies on an individual basis. As far as the PGA Tour is concerned, pro golfers and their caddies are considered independent contractors.
Do golf caddies get paid?
The amount and manner in which caddies are compensated is one of the most frequently asked questions in golf. By most accounts, the average weekly base pay for caddies on the PGA Tour runs in the neighborhood of $1,800-$2,000 per week. On the LPGA, it’s closer to $1,200.
Can a caddy Mark your ball?
New Rule: Under Rule 14.1b: The player’s caddie is allowed to mark and lift the player’s ball on the putting green any time the player is allowed to do so, without needing authorization. The caddie continues to be allowed to replace the player’s ball only if the caddie was the one who had lifted or moved the ball.