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A golf caddie who is positioned in the fairway and points out the location of balls on the course.


(ˈfɔːˌkædɪ) or


(Golf) golf a caddie who keeps track of all balls in play
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It also is the only course in Oregon that sends out a forecaddy with every group, to better help golfers find their way - and their ball.
Balls that failed to carry grass-, brush- and lava rock-covered knolls that sprout from the fairways - or ran farther than expected and dove into one of the fairway hazards - sometimes could not be found, even with help of a forecaddy.
The $175 greens fee includes a forecaddy and use of the club's practice facility.