Many may think of golf pros as the men and women they see on Professional Golfers' Association (PGA) tours and on television, but there are many more ways to be a golf pro. In addition to sponsored athletes, golf pros can be anything from the manager of a club or resort to certified coaches who train people of all ages to play golf. One common denominator between all golf professionals is a passion and aptitude for the sport.

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