The A.V. Club
The tired racial stereotypes that Caddy inserts into the old Caddyshack-style "slobs vs. snobs" formula should probably make it much more offensive than it is.
An instantly forgettable trifle.
New York Daily News
His C-Note is essentially a one-note character. And that note is flat.
The Hollywood Reporter
Ultimately this is utterly forgettable stuff, not even managing to fulfill its mandate of mindless summer fun.
No, it’s not Caddyshack -- just swap Jews (Rodney Dangerfield) for blacks (Big Boi) and you’ve got Who’s Your Caddy?. The movie, of course, is terrible.
The New York Times
There’s probably more wit and pointed social commentary in the average four-minute OutKast song than in the entirety of Who’s Your Caddy?
As it develops, Who's Your Caddy? just becomes depressing. You want to alert the United Negro College Fund: A mind has terribly gone to waste.
Must be counted as a forfeit.
The sport of golf has seen its fair share of vulgar comedies over the last 30 years or so.
An offensive, comedy-free comedy.