Caddie Program


Maketewah’s Caddie Program is a source of great opportunity on and off the course. Our Caddie Program helps develop young individuals by surrounding them with positive role models, encourages a strong work ethic, and helps develops strong communications skills. As a Caddie, you will have a chance to work with our Membership, staff, and kids from all over Greater Cincinnati. 

The WGA Evans Scholarship
In 1930, the Western Golf Association and celebrated amateur golfer Charles “Chick” Evans Jr. established the Evans Scholars Foundation. The Foundation’s mission was to provide full tuition and college scholarships to caddies with limited financial means. The Evans Scholars Foundation provides full four-year college tuition and housing scholarships to students with a strong caddie record, excellent grades, outstanding character and financial need to Ohio State University and Miami University.

The first two Evans Scholars enrolled at Northwestern University in 1930, and since then, more than 11,050 outstanding young men and women have graduated as Evans Scholars. This year, there are 1,010 Evans Scholars enrolled at 18 leading universities nationwide.

Would you or someone you know like to be a Caddie at Maketewah?

If interested please email Rick:

Click to submit your application to the Caddie Program 

Click to view the Caddie Handbook

Caddie Training Resources:
(Please review the videos and read over the caddie manual before coming to the training sessions.)

Evans Scholarship Information: Click Here