Definition of Forecaddie

1. [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Forecaddie

forebodings
forebody
foreboom
forebooms
forebore
forebrace
forebraces
forebrain
forebrain eminence
forebrain prominence
forebrain vesicle
forebrains
forebring
foreby
forebye
forecaddie (current term)
forecaddies
forecall
forecar
forecars
forecast
forecastability
forecastable
forecasted
forecaster
forecasters
forecasting
forecastle
forecastle lamp
forecastles

Literary usage of Forecaddie

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1. Chick Evans' Golf Book by Charles Evans (1921)
"... $150 to caddy for Hutchinson; WB Wroe, $100 for forecaddie privileges; CC Pell, $180 to caddy for Hagen; Mrs. EE Keegan, $130 for forecaddie privileges; ..."

2. Practical Golf by Walter John Travis (1901)
"RULING OF THE USGA Each competitor may have a forecaddie. 13. Competitors shall not discontinue play on account of bad weather, under penalty of ..."

3. How to Play Golf by Henry James Whigham (1897)
"RULE 10. A competitor may not play with a professional, and he may not receive advice from any one but his caddie. A forecaddie may be employed. ..."

4. Golf by Horace Gordon Hutchinson, Henry James Moncreiff Moncreiff (1892)
"... deflected or stopped by any agency outside the match, or by the forecaddie, is a ' rub of the green,' and the ball shall be played from where it lies. ..."

5. The Complete Golfer by Harry Vardon (1908)
"A forecaddie may be employed. 13. Competitors shall not discontinue play or delay to start on account of bad weather, nor for any other reason whatever, ..."

6. A Sporting Pilgrimage: Riding to Hounds, Golf, Rowing, Football, Club and by Caspar Whitney (1894)
"10. A competitor may not play with a professional, and he may not receive advice from any one but his caddie. A forecaddie may be employed. 11. ..."

7. Handbook of Athletic Games for Players, Instructors, and Spectators by Jessie Hubbell Bancroft, William Dean Pulvermacher (1916)
"A player may not receive advice from a forecaddie. The general direction toward a hole may be inquired of any one, but no person or marker may be placed in ..."

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