Birdies hit into the long grass; CLUBS BAN SEXY CADDIES.Byline: EUAN STRETCH
THEY may be model caddies... but they're no longer welcome on golf courses across Britain.
Eye Candy Images and animated graphics added to Web sites and interactive software that makes the information exciting. In other words, glitz, sizzle and pizzazz. See cornea gumbo. Caddies provides about 150 women who help out players for pounds 230 a round.
Website profiles show some dressed in underwear and talking about favourite body parts and music. But course operator Leaderboard Golf says they are damaging the sport and has banned them.
A spokesman said: "With golf shortlisted to become an Olympic sport, anyone caring about the development of the game should work to ensure it is as professional, inclusive and culturally inoffensive as any other major sport. We hope other courses will follow our example."
But Eye Candy boss Sarah Stacey, 43, accused them of being killjoys. She said: "We put a smile on faces and the girls' presence helps raise extra money for charities.
We're not interfering with the more serious side of golf. The girls do not fraternise Verb 1. fraternise - be on friendly terms with someone, as if with a brother, especially with an enemy
socialise, socialize - take part in social activities; interact with others; "He never socializes with his colleagues"; "The old man hates to with golfers." They carry clubs, rake bunkers and "provide light banter".
The girls are banned from Leaderboard lead·er·board
A board that displays the leaders in a competition.
a board displaying the current scores of the leading competitors, esp in a golf tournament courses in Biddenden, Kent, Wadhurst, East Sussex, Kingsclere, Hants, and Oxford.
FAIRWAY Bag-carrying model