Definition of Golf pro
1. Noun. Someone who earns a living by playing or teaching golf.
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Golf Pro
Literary usage of Golf pro
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Adventure Guide Virgin Islands by Lynne M. Sullivan (2006)
"golf pro Greg McCulloch oversees the par three course. The non-guest greens fee is $100 for 18 holes and $50 for nine holes, including a mandatory cart. ..."
2. Cruising the Eastern Caribbean by Laura Rapp (2004)
"... Josephine offers an English-speaking golf pro, a pro shop, a bar and a restaurant. Greens fees are $54, cart rentals $50 and club rentals $20. ..."
3. Adventure Guide to Bermuda by Blair Howard (2004)
"... Fairmont Southampton - Royal Tee Golf Package • Club storage and 10% discount in the Hamilton Princess golf pro shop • Unlimited tennis • Unlimited golf ..."
4. Panama Adventure Guide by Patricia Katzman (2004)
"A full range of other goodies includes a spa, four lighted tennis courts, pools, hot tubs, golf pro shop, restaurants, bars and nightclubs. ..."
5. Appletons' Popular Science Monthly by William Jay Youmans (1896)
"Even young men and won for baseball, polo, tennis, and golf, pro abides long; and, although it now res and a development of body and mind 1 unwarrantably ..."
6. Bermuda Alive! by Harriet Greenberg (2000)
"It has an 18-hole golf course, golf shop and clubhouse, with lockers and a golf pro. There are also two tennis courts and three beach areas, •a 441-293-0330 ..."
7. Merriam-Webster's Dictionary of English Usage by Inc. Merriam-Webster (1994)
"... now displays early prints and maps —Alan L. Otten, Wall Street Jour., 10 June 1981 Whilom gets used occasionally: a handsome whilom golf pro —Tex Maule, ..."
8. Maggie's Sauna by Paul E. Furdon (2000)
"Gordon Clifford immediately began picking on Lefty, who is possibly his favorite foil, by relating his version of the class as follows: "The golf pro, ..."