More Bags = More Money


Whether you are a pro jock or a beginner, Baggr connects you with golfers in need of a caddie. Within the app, you’ll be asked to share with us your past caddying experience and your current club affiliation. You can also indicate your preferred location, schedule and job type, and Baggr’s matching engine handles the rest.

Is Baggr right for you?

  • Caddie when and where you want
  • Offers can always be turned down
  • Make good money while getting exercise
  • Spend time outside in beautiful settings
  • Meet interesting, successful people
  • No waiting at the caddie shack for a job that might not come
  • Earn extra spending money or use Baggr to make a career!

Frequently Asked Questions

Get started with the app on your smartphone. We will ask for a caddie manager reference to contact when you sign up on the app, but you can expedite the Baggr validation process by sending a signed letter of recommendation from the course’s PGA professional or caddie manager.
Baggr does not offer training but does consider certifications from third-party providers of training and certification in the validation process. Please refer the to the certification section of Baggr’s Caddie Page.
As a caddie, you are an independent contractor.  You are not an employee of Baggr, LLC, the course/club, or the golfer(s) associated with a given Baggr job. Each assignment will have a pre-specified base rate payment.
You will be able to join the Baggr network if you are a caddie and have a club affiliation, but you will only be able to use Baggr’s service to caddie at this club.  Please email Baggr if you would like help with this process.
Your Preferences page in the app, which you can edit at any time, tells us the range you are willing to travel from your home address and the times when you typically cannot work. We incorporate this information as we generate your offers.
You may update your schedule as frequently as you like. While we try to match caddies to their preferred engagement times, you may receive offers that you are unavailable to accept – just decline them, hopefully the next offer will fit your schedule.
Caddies can set their preferences for the types of jobs they want on the Preferences page in the app. If you don’t want to double bag, simply let us know. If you prefer to forecaddie, we will try to send you mostly those offers.
Baggr has three levels of caddies – Class C (beginner), Class B (Experienced), and Class A (Expert), and these do affect compensation. Caddies may move from one classification to the next with experience, by being active users, and receiving high ratings from their golfers.
Base rates vary depending on type of job, caddie classification, and the club/course where the job will take place.
There are three ways to get paid: direct deposit to your bank account, via Paypal, or by check. Checks are mailed bi-weekly are subject to a processing fee.
Gratuity is not included with the in-app transaction. Golfers are advised to pay a cash gratuity after the round. Suggested gratuity rates based on the caddie’s performance are sent to golfers before the round.
Yes, the fee for joining the Baggr network is $50, payable from the proceeds of your first five engagements ($20, $10, $10, $5, and $5, respectively). At this time, the fee is being waived. You will not be charged a subscription fee to use Baggr.
You should always consult a tax professional on the implications of payments received for Baggr engagements, but sadly, most income warrants taxation. Baggr, LLC will require your Social Security number once your payments in a calendar year exceed $600 so that we can issue you a Form 1099-MISC that will also be sent to the Internal Revenue Service.
Yes. Baggr will share the contact info for caddies and golfers for three hours prior to the tee time and up to one hour after the tee time. Please do not contact the golfer outside of this window.
Caddies should avoid cancelling, if there is ever a question, please just decline the offer in the first place. If you have to cancel, please let Baggr know as soon as possible so that we can find a replacement caddie for the golfer.
Baggr has a zero tolerance policy for failing to show up for an accepted offer. You will not be offered any future jobs unless the absence was caused by extraordinary circumstances that are verified by supporting evidence. This determination shall be at the sole discretion of Baggr, LLC.
As with any visitor, caddiess are required to adhere to the dress code of the specific golf course. In general, most caddies wear khaki shorts or pants with a golf shirt, a solid colored bib, and tennis shoes. Baggrcaddies.com will be launching an on-line store that will offer caddie related items like bibs and laser range finders in the coming months.
Baggr uses a specialized matching software to match golfers with caddies. We do our best to only offer caddies jobs that fit their preferences and availability. We also try to ensure that all caddies who are looking to work are offered jobs on a regular basis.
Caddies are not required to have experience on every course where they are engaged, though it will improve your performance and is encouraged. Basic research online of course details, yardage, hazards, and routing is a smart way to get familiarized with any course.
As per the Privacy Policy, Baggr, LLC will not use your personal information for any outside purposes. Only Baggr has access to this information.
It’s an ability to look at a player when he hits a bad shot and go ‘ehhhh…it happens.’ And when he hits a good shot, you go, ‘well, that’s really who you are.’Bill Murray

Certification


All caddies are required to be approved to use the app. For caddies with experience, this is a simple process.  Simply tell us where you have caddied (currently or previously) and provide the name and contact information of your caddie manager. For those who are new to caddying, you can either find a local program to gain experience or receive caddie certification from an approved third party to be get started with Baggr. These organizations provide course materials and generally require that you pass an assessment and pay a fee before receiving your certification, and some may require on course experience. Contact us to learn more about certification options.