Margaret Lumia is currently the oldest player on tour at age 54 with a current WTA rank of 775
The top 25 players earn a pga card.
* Get sponsors exemptions and finish in the top 125 of the PGA Tour money list, * Go to q-school, get to final qualifying and earn your card, * Join the Nationwide Tour and finish in the top 25 for the season * Win a PGA Tour event
If you finish in the top 20 in Q-school, you will earn a category 12 playing card which means you will play in all full field events. If you finish 21-45 you will earn a tour card but it will be category 17 which means you will probably not get into many events and will be playing mostly on the Symetra Tour.
Arnold palmer ?
You can either go to The European Tour Qualifying school and progress to final qualifying and try to win your card. You can try and get sponsors exemptions and try and earn enough money to gain a card for the following year. You can win a tournament or you can gain a card through the European developmental tour, the Europro tour.
There are several ways to earn an LPGA Tour Card. One is by going through the qualifying tournament, known as Q-school, a grueling multiday tournament. Another is by placing in the top five of the Duramed Futures Tour. Another is by finishing in the top 80 of the LPGA's money list. (The rule used to allow the top 90, but it was recently changed to 80.)
Earn Enough money to stay in the top 115 in the race to dubai, from competing in tournaments.
A tour pro keeps his card if he places in the top 125 money-winners on the PGA Tour. Winning a Tour event is equal to two-year tour card, winning a major championship provides a five-year tour card, and golfers with 20 or more wins on the Tour receive a lifetime tour card.
It is Dick Norman (aged 41 born 1 March 1971).
A Tour Manager earn between $1,500.00 and $ 4,500 a week.
Sam Snead won the 1965 Greater Greensboro Open at the age of 52 years, 10 months and 8 days this is currently the record for the oldest player to win on the PGA Tour.
Doesn't it depend on the indiviual score relative to those playing in the tour qualifying rounds?
Dick Norman - top doubles player from Belgium. He retired from singles a few years back. He's over 40 now
you earn 250 coins each month. that's what you get when you are a tour guide!!!
If you win a PGA Tour event as an amateur you receive a two year tour card and full membership for the rest of the current season. However, the player must turn professional to take up membership. They do not receive the prize money if they win as an amateur.
When a player earns conditional status on the PGA Tour, they are able to play in all Nationwide Tour events and PGA Tour events which have larger fields or the ones where the top players do not play in. They can usually play the fall series events.
Either go to Q School, graduate through the Nationwide Tour or get sponsors exemptions and earn enough money to finish in the top 125 and be given a card. Or win an event, which gives you a two year exemption.
The PGA Tour card - "What is it?"The "PGA Tour card" is a small business-size card with their name, basic info, and year. Here is a picture of Casey Martin with his:http://augustasports.com/images/headlines/102599casey_martinLR.jpgThe actual card is only a symbol of the playing priveledges earned by the player. It is not necessary to present the card to play in an event, the PGA organizers have all the information on site as to who is eligible to enter or attempt to qualify. All players must present two forms of ID upon registration, at least one with photo, not matter how recognizable a player is. The PGA Tour card can be used for one of these IDs, and commonly is along with the players' drivers' license or passport.ANSWER:It's just like a small card that looks like atm card or credit card..
Jens Voigt of Team Radioshack Nissan Trek was the oldest cyclist in the 2012 Tour at age 40.
You can't buy a professional golf card, you have to earn it by placing successfully well in golf programs just below the PGA Tour. If you are already a PGA golfer, then you keep your card by making sure you're placing well enough year round.
Henri Paret holds the record of the oldest Tour de France cyclist, who biked the race in 1904 at age 50.
you can invite a person over to your house, take their card thing and put it in storage.. However, you can earn coins by playing games, becoming a secret agent, or a tour guide. (You earn a 250 coin paycheck about once a month)
In 1922 at the age of 37, Firmin Lambot of Belgium becomes the Tour's oldest victor, a record he still holds. See: http://homepage.ntlworld.com/veloarchive/races/tour/1922.htm