Bag Man


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A regional term for a person who transports money as part of the supply chain of illicit drugs
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After lunch at his Cosenza hotel, the bag man asked if he was ready for training.
LUKE DONALD was left without a caddie when his regular bag man made a frantic dawn dash to be at the birth of his first child.
Monty - who has earned more than pounds 30m in his career - insists life is a laugh a minute with his new bag man.
Bag man McLean called the clubs for Colin Montgomerie when the Scott emerged from the pack on the final day in February last year.
We were discussing our Masters picks and she was getting the inside scoop from her good friend and former caddie - now the trusted bag man for Justin Rose.
The Spaniard and bag man Alastair McLean went their separate ways after a successful year-and-a-half that saw Quiros challenge for a Ryder Cup slot.
Bag man McLean called the clubs for Colin Montgomerie when the Scot emerged from the pack on the final day in February last year, a victory that also earned Monty his first success on the Australian continent.
The Spaniard and respected bag man Alastair McLean went their separate ways after a successful yearand-a-half that saw Quiros challenge for a place in the Ryder Cup team.
An unplugged segment - featuring Bag Man, Brand New Start and a heart- felt You Bring Joy - showed Weller has a real deft touch when required.
BACK IN THE GOAL ROUTINE: This is the image of Don Hutchison celebrating for Scotland that Berti Vogts is keen to see; IN THE BAG: one time bag man Kyle
The Scot wanted to hit a three-iron, but his bag man insisted he use a four-iron.