There are 26.2 million golfers in the United States. A golfer is
defined as anyone ages 18 and above who played at least one regulation
round of Golf in the past 12 months. 36.7 million Americans are golf
participants, defined as anyone ages 5 and above who either played a
round of golf or visited a golf practice facility."
source: National Golf Foundation
26.2 million golfers
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.
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In the US PGA at whistling straight it was 134 golfers overall with 71 making the cut
7.5 million in US dollars
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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.
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First of all Men are Stronger and there is like five times more men golfers then women golfers in the US OPEN. Also they DO combine LPGA and PGA in some tournaments, havn't you heard that Michele Wie (the quiter) did that tournamet but did not reach the cut? Also Anika joined to and she did make it but she was not even close to first place, there is a big difference between men and women.
The Masters, The US Open, The Open and PGA Championship.
I would guess that U.S. golfers think that the Masters is the one to win with the U.S. Open coming in second. Only one opinion.
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