Sport: Winter Troupe

The basic income of the average golf professional is derived from the sale of golf balls. If he is employed by a country club of average wealth and size, the average professional's revenue from teaching, the sale of golf equipment and the concession for shining the members' clubs amounts to about $5,000 a year. In the winter months, when the majority of the 2,000,000 golfers in the U. S. turn their hands to bridge and the radio, the majority of the jobless professionals go south. Some are hired to accompany rich club...

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