photo credit: SD DirkLife on the PGA Tour has it's ups and downs. Tour players have a rigid schedule to keep every week but there are plenty of benefits. Players have a complimentary car waiting for them at each event. Usually, gourmet food is supplied during each day of play.
Most Tour Pro's will admit that their least favorite day is during the Pro-Am. They are committed to give advice to amateurs who have paid up to $10,000.00 for the day's round which creates a great deal of frustration for them.
The average Tour Pro makes a yearly six figure income. How can you beat doing what you love to do and getting paid for it? The fact is you can't unless you make it through Qualifying school (Q school). For more information on the PGA Tour check out www.pgatour.com