The sport of golf, as you know, is getting bigger and bigger every year.
While that growth in popularity is fantastic, there is still a lot of golf that remains the same every year as well.
In 2020, golf’s total annual revenue will hit $1.5 trillion.
That number will grow even more as the game grows and players get older.
With the rise of the PGA Tour and the rise in the popularity of the game of golf itself, the number of players will grow exponentially.
The average age of the top players in the game is just 34 years old.
And it is not just the average age, it is also the age range of the golfers themselves.
There are players from every age, age range, and every sport.
In 2018, the top 25 players were in all age groups, but there were also a few who were in their 40s and 50s.
The players in 2019 had a lot more younger players than the year before.
And for 2020, there will be a lot fewer players in their 30s and 40s.
However, that is not necessarily a bad thing.
For the average golfer, playing the sport of professional golf in their prime is an incredibly rewarding experience.
The number of golfers who are playing at an elite level in their 20s and 30s has only grown.
But in 2020, the average time that players spend in the sport has also grown, to an average of 14.3 hours.
This is an impressive growth rate, and it makes a lot better sense.
In the last year alone, the PGL Tour has added a number of new tournaments that will make it a better tournament experience for the average player.
And, in 2020 there will also be a number more professional tournaments that can help grow the game.
But the sport is only growing because of the players.
There is no reason to think that the average golfer is not playing at a high level.
But for those of us who play the sport, it’s important that we don’t lose sight of the fact that the sport continues to grow and that the game itself continues to evolve.
This year, we will have more tournaments, and there will more players in our field, and we will be better able to provide an experience that is more enjoyable for our players.
We can expect that the PHL will be the biggest event of the 2020 season.
With a record-setting tournament, the players of the world will be looking to get back to the top of the podium and compete for the World Tour crown.
This will be an exciting and challenging year for golfers, and one that will continue to be an important part of our history as the sport grows.
This article has been updated to reflect that this year will be more of a traditional golf tournament, as opposed to the PPLG tour.