I've been unemployed now for a little longer than two months in which I have started to throw all the time and really starting to believe that I could compete in tourneys. But I'm so unsure... I need help!
Road Trip! If you're financial set to play with the free time you now have go for it.There is nothing wrong while playing different states to look for work.new career.You just might enjoy the change of scenery. Take heed advice of those statements about the caliber of your play and peers in the pro rankings.Good luck,enjoy the ride.
Most of the top pros still have a day job. Look for a job that allows you to continue to play and see where it takes you. It's great to have a dream, but you need to temper that dream with a dose of reality.
Get a college degree. That will take a few years during which you can play lots of golf. Once you get a degree then go to Grad School. That will take a few years during which you can play a lot of golf. Once you get a fancy degree allow yourself to be dragged, kicking and screaming, into the job market.
With enough credentials you are in danger of being paid well for your services. While you are in college, your dereliction will be accepted, maybe even smiled upon by society.