Nothing, all the competitors are invited to play in the event by The Masters commitee.
Nothing....but they have to "qualify" There are various ways to do this and it changes a little from tournament to tournament
Nothing, the players are all invited.
Yes, it does cost to play.
They get paid :)
The oldest known person to play golf was a 101 year old man from Florida. However, professionally and for the PGA Tour tournament, the oldest golfer was Jerry Barber who was 77 years of age.
Arnold palmer signed with mark mccormack, eventually leading to the creation of img i believe...
The winner gets 18% of the total purse, then the rest is dispersed on a sliding scale based on the total purse and the finishing position of the player. Ties are a different story. Let's say that three players tie for second. The total prize money for 2nd, 3rd, and 4th place is added together, then divided equally amongst those three players. This is why finishing in a solo place pays more than finishing in a tie.
He won the Hawaiian Open with an Orange Golf ball.
Only if he resigns from PGA and after 2 years he is considered to be an amateur
None, Bobby Jones was an amateur And played only amateur tournaments throughout his career. He never played as a professional golfer. The US open is a USGA event not a PGA tournament.