The setting is the seedy caddie yard of an exclusive country club. The caddies are all Black except one. The plot centers around each caddie's hopes of becoming the next caddie master. But unlike David Storey's rugby players in The Changing Room they are not committed to their profession. It is merely a means to eke out a living.
"A very rewarding evening of theater.... Mr. Camp is a keen observer of humanity." - The New York Times