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He does for a living what most of us only do on the weekends or on days we call in sick at work: Bill plays golf. More precisely, Bill helps other golfers improve their game as a Golf Pro Instructor. So tee up and let Bill tell you about his job.
It’s just past sunup as Dave Nordeen strolls to his office adjacent to the pro shop of Somerby Golf Community in Byron...
After competing in 23 tournaments since January 2011, the 24-year-old rookie has made $284,500 in prize money, putting him at 173rd on the PGA Tour’s “money list.” It’s not nearly good enough.
It’s important to note that there are two types of people who make a living in professional golf. Teaching Professionals at golf courses are referred to as Golf Professionals and people who play in tournaments are Professional Golfers.
Being a golf instructor isn’t easy.Here are five things you’ll need if you are to succeed in this career.
Strictly speaking, anyone who earns money by playing or teaching golf can be considered a golf pro. A pro golfer is someone who plays golf for a living.
Ok so you’ve had enough of playing amateur tournaments for tin cups, micro wave ovens and TV’s and you want to step into the professional arena and play for pay. But are you really ready for it?