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Based on performances from other tournaments or the performance of last years tournament you get in the tournament for that year for free or for a discount.

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Q: What is a golf exemption?
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What does full exemption mean in golf?

Exemption means that you are not required to qualify from previous games to enter a golf tournament. Exemptions can be sponsor exemptions or lifetime exemptions.


What exemptions do Masters golf winners get?

They get a life time exemption to The Masters, a 5 year exemption on the PGA Tour and a 5 year exemption to the other 3 majors.


What are the rules concerning the use of an electric buggy in golf competitions?

In golf competitions it is illegal to use a golf cart, unless given a medical exemption.


What exemption do golf tournament winner get?

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What is a Golf Sponsors Exemption?

In PGA Tour events for example the title sponsor of the tournament is allowed to give several players a sponsors exemption,which allows these players into the tournament.


What does the winner at the masters golf tournament get?

In 2009 Angel Cabrera got $1,350,000, the green jacket, a life time exemption to The Masters and a five year exemption on the PGA Tour.


Are you exempt for life at US Open golf tournament?

No, the winner of the US Open gets a 10 year exemption.


Did Chris Perry quit competitive golfing?

No, he has not quit competitive golf. He is rehabilitating an injury he suffered at the 2001 British Open. He has been granted a Major Medical Exemption again for 2008, the sixth year he has received such an exemption.


Do the British Open Golf champions get a life exemption?

Open Champions are given automatic exemptions until they are 60 years old.


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It is one of the four men's professional major championships. It is played at Augusta National once a year. Winning a major championship is the biggest prize in golf and can define a career. The winner receives the coveted green jacket, 5 year PGA Tour exemption, 10 year major exemption and life time Masters exemption, as well as a small winners' cheque of around $1,300,000.


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Exemption clauses are the problem, it is not the nature


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