2020 caddie orientation schedule coming soon!

where to caddie in the seattle area?

  • Foster Golf Links (Tukwila)
  • Glendale Country Club (Bellevue)
  • Inglewood Golf Club (Kenmore)
  • Meridian Valley Country Club (Kent)
  • Seattle Golf Club (Shoreline)


Why become a caddie?

  • You enjoy the game of golf, and want to learn more about it.
  • The benefits include playing privileges at a private club.
  • You are looking for part-time work and a way to make income during the spring and summer months.
  • College is expensive, and you would like to seek a full college tuition through the Evans Scholarship program!


WhO is eligible?

  • Responsible, young adults age 14+.
  • Those with some knowledge and interest in the game of golf.

How to prepare

2019 training schedule

You must attend at least one caddie training. For new caddies, we recommend two, including at least one at your home location (feel free to attend one at another location as well, even if you don’t plan to caddie there).

 Location  Date  Time
 Seattle Golf Club  Sat, March 23  4:00-5:30pm
 Seattle Golf Club  Sat, April 20  4:00-5:30pm
 Foster Golf Links  Tue, April 23  4:30-6:30pm
 Inglewood Golf Club  Tue, April 23  4:30-6:30pm
 Seattle Golf Club  Sun, April 28  4:00-5:30pm
 Inglewood Golf Club  Tue, April 30  4:30-6:30pm
 Seattle Golf Club  Sat, May 4  4:30-6:00pm
 Glendale Country Club  Wed, May 8  4:30-6:30pm
 Foster Golf Links  Tue, May 14  4:30-6:30pm
 Seattle Golf Club  Sat, June 1  4:00-5:30pm
 Glendale Country Club  Wed, June 12  4:30-6:30pm


Chick Evans caddie Scholarship

The Chick Evans Caddie Scholarship is a full tuition and housing college scholarship for golf caddies that is renewable for up to four years. Each year, more than 960 deserving caddies across the country attend college on a four-year scholarship from the Evans Scholars Foundation. Selected applicants must have a strong caddie record, excellent grades, outstanding character and demonstrated financial need. Read more about the scholarship requirements.

Since 1930, when the first two Evans Scholars enrolled at Northwestern University, more than 10,600 outstanding young men and women have been awarded Evans Scholarships. Most recipients attend one of the 14 universities across the nation where the Evans Scholars Foundation operates a Scholarship House.

The Western Golf Association awards over 800 full tuition Evans Scholarships each year around the country for those who meet the following criteria: 50+ rounds of caddying in high school over at least two years, demonstrated financial need, academic performance, and outstanding character and leadership experience and/or community service.

The WGA selection committee is consistently impressed by members of The First Tee, so get involved in one of the local caddying programs and start looping. Eagle member Kevin Rini did, and was selected in 2014 for a full scholarship to the University of Washington. You will now find Kevin working at the UW Driving Range while enrolled as an undergraduate. Drop in and say hello, congratulations, and ask about his experience.

Pictured above: Kevin Rini, 2014 Evans Scholar and Craig Bruya, Evans Scholar Alumni and Chapter Board President


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