No, a professional golfer is not allowed to compete. They may play, if allowed by the competition committee but may not enter the competition.
No, coaching during a competition is strictly forbidden.
You would sign a declaration that you are a pro prior to starting the tournament from what ive read.
A professional is someone who plays tournaments with cash prizes. To get on the PGA Tour, you must qualify through Q-School. PGA cards are not given, they are earned. A professional plays tournaments for money, accepts money for lessons, takes a job as a golf pro... and yes, to receive a PGA Tour Card, Q-School is one way. There are others. Win 3 Nationwide events. Win the US Amateur. Or be like Tiger.
non-denominational Christian :)
Doing fundrasiers, donating prizes, helping out
Amateur golfers have handicaps, professionals do not. Amateur golfers can only win prizes with a retail value of (£250/$500), professional golfers have no limit on their winnings. Amateur golfers may wear shorts in tournaments, professional golfers cannot. Players in PGA tournaments in the US must attend a school to become tour-qualified, and must be members of the PGA or associated world golf organizations. The tournament agreement stipulates a player's behavior, adherence to the rules, and disposition of their rights for broadcast television appearances.
Various sites offer games where one can compete for free prizes online. The Free Online Contest website offers contests, surveys, and polls that reward free prizes. At Online Real Games website one can enter drawings for cash prizes!
In modern times, a powwow is an event characterized by music and traditional dance. Dancers often compete for monetary prizes.
The contestants competing in the BMX X Games are not paid a salary. They compete to win prizes and prize money.
Sure it depends how well you play . If you play well you can get millions of people to pay you . You can compete to earn prizes
Yes, they are gaming professionals AKA "pros." and compete in MLG (Major League Gaming) tournaments for cash prizes and more.
A show where two teams compete to win cash and prizes by answering trivia questions and with messy stunts. It was hosted by Marc Summers.
There are tournaments held for gamers. Most of these tournaments are held online and can be multi-player or single player. One does compete for monetary prizes.