Goat Caddies Make Debut

Goat Caddies Make Debut

By Dan Vukelich A golf course resort in Eastern Oregon is debuting trained goat caddies later this month. The course at Silvies Valley Ranch, a 140,000-acre working cattle and goat ranch near Seneca, Ore., employs goats outfitted with saddle bags to carry clubs. The goat caddies, which work for peanuts, follow their players around and

By Dan Vukelich

A golf course resort in Eastern Oregon is debuting trained goat caddies later this month.

The course at Silvies Valley Ranch, a 140,000-acre working cattle and goat ranch near Seneca, Ore., employs goats outfitted with saddle bags to carry clubs.

The goat caddies, which work for peanuts, follow their players around and chew grass and weeds when their services are not needed.

They don’t read putts or offer yardages. More

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