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No. Professional golfers in a tournament get paid depending on their standings. Otherwise, professional golfers get paid for teaching.
There are more than 27,000 professional men and women golfers in the United States. These golfers are trained through the PGA - the Professional Golfers' Association of America.
Professional Golfers' Association of America was created on 1916-04-10.
Professional Golfers' Association of America's motto is 'Experts in the game and business of golf'.
No, only amateur golfers have handicaps, when a golfer turns professional they no longer play in accordance with the handicap system.
Professional golfers do not have handicaps
The : PGA - Professional Golfers Association
If you mean golf, it stands for the Professional Golfers' Association (of America).
1916, in New York