Arnold Palmer marked his golf balls with an umbrella in tournaments. It is also reported that his wife would kiss a ball before he used it to play.
Jack Nicklaus, he has won 18 major golf tournaments.
You can change golf balls in a tournament. As long it is on different holes or the ball is unfit for play, (like if it hit the cart path and was scratched.) But if it was unfit for play you must tell your opponent.
A member has to invite you to play, and they have to cover the cost.
Yes! it's called the senior tour, and it has many tournaments.
Ali Abdullah-Ezzani has won 2 amateur Golf tournaments in the Sacramento tournament in 2005.
It depends on the golf course.
Check your local golf course (Municipal or Private clubs open to public). They usually have men's and/or ladies golf club that holds regular tournaments where all members can play. For beginners I suggest finding a par 3 course that has a club. These are easier courses for beginners
Tiger Woods has won 70 PGA tournaments to date.
The reason why golf tournaments last 4 days and not just 1 day is because of the number of holes played. It would be too much to expect the golfer to play that much in only one day.
Your best bet is to ask yourself if you find it necessary. If you are to attend golf tournaments, some actually require you to have this kind of insurance, especially charity tournaments.
$25 for students/alumni/faculty
I would say he's trying to play in PGA tournaments or the PGA Tour of Australia.
Many golf tournaments are held in April, but the most famous tournament is the Masters, held in Augusta, Georgia. The four "major" golf tournaments are the Open, the US Open, the Masters, and the PGA Championship.