Golfers who don't have Tiger Woods' awesome skills need not despair - they can still make their mark by becoming a coach.
"There are two types of professional golfer - touring professionals who play in tournaments and teaching professionals who act as coaches," says Lee Parker, director for training at the Hong Kong Professional Golfers' Association (HKPGA).
A coach should be devoted to helping their students achieve his or her aims and ambitions, Parker says.
"A coach has to be outgoing and positive, and have a desire to help people," he says. "He or she should be a good listener who knows the needs of students and is flexible to adjust to individual learning styles, wants and needs.
"The technology and skills in golf are ever changing, so a coach needs to be open to new ideas."
HKPGA offers a