Good old Bobby Jones. Others may have been involved but he codesigned the course and started the tournament.
Adam Scott won the 2013 Masters Golf Tournament, and he was the first Australian to win at Augusta. It was a good fight with a sudden death playoff against Angel Cabrera.
Many golfers enter in tournaments. It can be anywhere from 40-100
Well it matters how good you are? If you play amateur not to much. Pros can make 9 million carrier tournament averages
i want to be a proffesional golf player because you get to experience diffrent types of golf courses and you get to go all over the world and you get to met people from diffrent types of countrys.. and it feels good to win a tournament and win alot of money.golf is tuff also but i still love it
Good Question. There are several reasons, the two most important probably being that there are already a lot of international tournaments for golf and that there are only a few real golf "superstars", and most may not be able to show up, or not want to miss another tournament, etc.
try Getty images Or you can have a look at the BBC. See related link.
An x-out golf ball is a ball which does not meet the quality control standards of the manufacturer. There may be a defect in the dimple pattern, there may be a problem with the logo or the ball may not balance. They are ideal for practice, but not so good for tournament play.
Golf can help many people do many things. It is a good cardiovascular workout. It is very good for your legs. It helps young children learn manners and etiquette.
you must practice until you are good enough to be in a tournament.
If your good at golf then yes it is harder.But if your good at cricket golf would be harder