Worrell, the father of current national junior player Christian Mason and a well-known sportsman in the community, was buried on Thursday, May 5, at the St. James Cemetery after a service at the Seventh-Day Adventist Church at Durants Village, St. James.
BGA President Trevor Tasker and a host of Barbados junior and senior national players were among hundreds attending the funeral.
A large contingent of avid golfers, mostly from the Holders Hill and Hoytes Village communities, paid respects to their late 54 year-old colleague by creating a farewell guard-of-honour with golf clubs, as his body was moved out of the church.
In delivering the eulogy dedicated to her late uncle, Toni Worrell said he was a caring, fun-loving person with a personality as colourful as a rainbow.
Apart from being a dedicated caddy at Sandy Lane, she said he travelled internationally to play golf and had many trophies to show his excellence in the sport.
Terry Worrell, she said, tried to pass on his passion for golf to anyone with whom he came into contact and served as an inspiration for many young boys in his community, often providing advice in such other sports as cricket and football.
By Bernard Babb