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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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The Bagman campaign is fun and highlights the problems linked to regular use of plastic bags.
Having dismissed Prodger, he employed the services of John Hort, the regular bagman of Swede Pierre Fulke who had won a Ryder Cup practice session alongside Price on Tuesday but who subsequently failed to make the cut.
Then you get the endless chats with him and Bones, his bagman.
Woods, right, was the centre of attention as he faced his former caddie Steve Williams, who is now Scott's bagman and whose fury at being sacked by Tiger spilled into a racist comment two weeks ago.
Levet took the bizarre step of asking bagman Owen Craig to shout obscenities when he was at at the top of his backswing during practice sessions.
He employed his latest bagman because "he's a bit of a character and we can have a laugh on the course".
The New Zealander subsequently apologised and Woods yesterday said he had discussed the matter with his former bagman at this week's Australian Open and had now drawn a line under the episode.
The eight-time European Order of Merit winner has revealed nobody has applied to be his new bagman following his split from Jason Hempleman.
Col looked like he didn't have a care in the world as he breezed round the early holes of yesterday's round, yapping away with his bagman and giving as good as he got in the banter stakes on his way to a 73 and 212 total.
South African bagman Jason Henning, who usually caddies for Robert Karlsson, has taken over as Monty's partner for this week because Karlsson is not playing in the Benson and Hedges International.
The Kiwi apologised and Woods yesterday said he had discussed the matter with his former bagman and had drawn a line under the episode.
The South African received tremendous assistance from his bagman as he lifted the Claret Jug.