no prize money giving for winner
Whoever finishes runner up to him will get all the first place money and the second place money.
Open bowling means that the lanes are open to the public, because currently there are lanes that are unoccupied by leagues/tournaments. There is also a term called open used when you do not get a pick up your spare. = = An open is also a type of tournament. There are 2 types of tournaments. There is an open where anyone can enter the tournament and there is an invitational where you must qualify one way or another (depending on the tournament) to play in a tournament. Either type can be a pro-am tournament where both professional and amateur bowlers can bowl. There are tournaments that only a professional can enter and some tournaments that only an amateur can enter.
If the competition is an open the champion would be the winning score amateur or pro. However some competitions have pros as the winner and runners up and an amateur as the winning amateur.
Doesn't get a bean. Amateurs do not get any prize money.
Yes, an amateur would win the Claret Jug if he won the Open Champoinship. However, he would not win the prize money, as that would contavene his amateur status
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.
£750,000 or 1 million US