Golf: Rabbits for the Tigers

Any school that sets out to teach rabbits to act like tigers figures to have a high flunk-out rate. When it comes to that kind of attrition, there are few schools to match the one that is run semiannually by the Professional Golfers' Association. The P.G.A. "rabbits" are would-be touring pros seeking to qualify as "Approved Tournament Players" and earn the right to compete for fame and fortune with the veteran "tigers" of the tournament trail.

The school was organized three years ago to keep the masses of ever hopeful, but hopelessly outclassed...

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