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1. Trevino or Laver, e.g.
2. Play-for-pay person
3. Big-leaguer
4. Jimmy or Chris
5. "Catfish" is one
6. Type of athlete
7. Bear or Lion
8. Employee at a golf club
9. Member of the P.G.A.
10. N.B.A. player
11. One in the big leagues
12. Tyro's exemplar
13. Anti's antonym
14. Con neutralizer
15. Pete Rose or Pete Maravitch
16. N.F.L. man
17. Borg, e.g.
18. Links teacher
19. Instructor at Pebble Beach
20. Country-club V.I.P.
21. Golfer Jane Blalock is one
22. With 8 Down, for now
23. V.I.P. at Burning Tree
24. ___ bono publico
25. Tom Kite is one
26. Duffer's teacher
27. Con's partner
28. JoAnne Carner is one
29. Player or Barber
30. Seaver or Sneva
31. Major leaguer, e.g.
32. Tom Watson is one
33. Laker, for one
34. Hal Sutton, e.g.
35. Con's opponent
36. Norman or Tway
37. Golfer Norman, e.g.
38. Ray Floyd, for one
39. Money player
40. Player for pay
41. Levi or Tway
42. King or Court status
43. Greg Norman, e.g.
44. P.G.A. man
45. Greg Norman, for one
46. Con's adversary
47. Greg Norman is one
48. Tom Kite, e.g.
49. Watson is one; so was Holmes
50. Golf-club V.I.P.
51. Word before rata
52. P.G.A. member
53. Norman, e.g.
54. ___ tempore
55. Lanny Wadkins is one
56. P.G.A. tourer
57. Club instructor
58. Burning Tree instructor
59. Kite or Pate
60. Country-club instructor
61. Couples, e.g.
62. Pat Bradley, e.g.
63. Faxon or Kite
64. ___ tem
65. Claim introducer
66. Turn _____ (start making money)
67. Football's _____ Bowl
68. Whiz-bang
69. Cowboy or Indian
70. With 56-Across, like some shares
71. Supportive argument
72. One who plays for a living
73. Shark, so to speak
74. An athlete might turn this
75. U.S. Open entrant
76. Tennis instructor
77. All-___
78. Major-leaguer
79. What some players turn
80. No mere dabbler
81. What a tennis player may turn
82. Quid-quo link
83. With 1-Down, place to pick up a racket
84. No dilettante
85. Paid player
86. No amateur
87. ___ Tour
88. What an athlete may turn
89. ___-am (sports competition)
90. With 51-Across, for the nonce
91. Not con
92. What a star athlete may turn
93. Voting "yea"
94. With 45-Across, for the time being
95. Tennis club teacher
96. Side opposite 9-Down
97. ___ or con
98. Withand 7-Across, both sides ... or the missing starts for all the remaining Across answers
99. Tour player
100. One who plays for pay
101. Golf instructor
102. Amateur’s opposite
103. Almost every Masters golfer
104. Country club instructor
105. MLB player, e.g.
106. Opposite of "anti-"
107. Tennis club figure
108. What an amateur may turn
109. Big-league player
110. Big-time player
111. Not anti-
112. Con corollary
113. Dab hand
114. __-am
115. 22 Across foe
116. Drafted one, maybe
117. Newbie's mentor
118. Money-making
119. Word in many software names
120. Con competitor
121. With 69-Across, for the time being
122. Course instructor
123. One might help you get a grip
124. Against the antis
125. Golf club employee
126. It's a plus, and what must be added to 14-, 20- and 29-Across
127. No noob
128. Support position
129. Cowboy or Indian, e.g.
130. Person who plays for work
131. PGA member
132. Tour leader?
133. __ forma
134. ____ forma
135. Indian, Redskin or Chief
136. PGA player
137. Con's counter
138. Certain MacBook
139. With 44-Across, word to the wise
140. Bono leader
141. Super Bowl participant
142. Coach, once, perhaps
143. ESPN the Magazine subject, often
144. Golf instructor, likely
145. MLS player, e.g.
146. One with a sneaker deal, likely
147. ___ Football Talk (sports blog)
148. ___ Tools (recording software)
149. Lesson giver
150. Stroke improver
151. Duffer's helper
152. Touring player
153. ___ Archia Poeta (Cicero oration)
154. Opposite of con
155. Paid performer
156. Ski-lodge employee
157. Player who's paid
158. Casting a yea vote
159. Layman's opposite
160. Paid expert
161. Niner or Buc
162. Word ending many software titles
163. ___ Bowl (NFL season closer)
164. One paid to play
165. Tennis-club employee
166. Experienced worker
167. Country-club figure
168. Country-club hiree
169. Woods, for one
170. Former amateur
171. NFL player, for one
172. Country club VIP (m)
173. Partner of a tournament "am"
174. With 34-Across, country club feature
175. Woods or Els
176. Athlete who isn't green?
177. How a player may turn
178. Poker tour player
179. Tour golfer
180. With "and" and 61-Down, both sides (and this puzzle's title)
181. Arnie or Tiger, e.g.
182. Country club hire
183. How some amateurs turn
184. 11-Down opposite
185. PGA money winner, e.g.
186. Tour golfer, e.g.
187. Unlike cons
188. NHL player, e.g.
189. With 116-Down, shared equitably
190. Golf course figure
191. __ tem
192. Swing adviser
193. Golf expert
194. True master
195. With 87-Down, fairly
196. Con's counterpart
197. Career athlete
198. Links figure
199. Aye voter
200. Non-amateur
201. Noun starter
202. One in favor
203. Salaried athlete
204. Any PGA member
205. Golf-club figure
206. __ and con
207. Position opposite 11 Down
208. Play-for-pay athlete
209. For
210. Like many benefit tournaments
211. Cowherd's tool
212. Contest of wills?
213. Validation of a will
214. Parent's handful
215. Cowherd's aid
216. American Idol judge who wastes money?
217. It's quite different from the high-school variety
218. Seminar leaders
219. Some golf fund-raisers
220. Leak on a ship, e.g.
221. Driving tool
222. Kick in the rear, maybe
223. Many a benefit tourney
224. Some space missions
225. Spam or sausage ... or a hint to the starts of 20-, 35- and 42-Across
226. A Whiter Shade of Pale group
227. Examined deeply
228. Insect feeder
229. Annual games for football's elite
230. Emmy-winning reality show host of 2008, '09 and '10
231. Like three of golf's four majors
232. Some charitable sporting events
233. Government investigation
234. Some golf events
235. Certain NASA launch
236. Merlin Olsen, 14 times
237. Declare loudly
238. Like some televised tourneys
239. No ___ (reassuring words)
240. Favoring the singer of "Sunday Bloody Sunday"?
241. How-to guide at an office
242. Doctor, by trade?
243. One who gives tips (and gets tips?) at a country club
244. Many a charity golf tourney
245. Dig for answers
246. How legal aid lawyers work
247. Like some lawyers' work [4]
248. Hybrid tourney style
249. Parts of math textbooks
250. Exam monitor
251. Like "@#$!"
252. Competition at Pebble Beach
253. Small complication?
254. Do some digging
255. Written guide for a business
256. Debate stance
257. With 51-Down, part of a golf club
258. ___-choice
259. Police show, say
260. Chameleonic
261. Riot squad's opponent
262. p+, in physics
263. Hey, buddy, over here!
264. Franco- _____ War
265. Proportionate divisions
266. Gym snacks
267. Poor person who's prim?
268. PTA
269. Muscle-building stuff
270. Quebec or Ontario: Abbr.
271. Aetna rival, for short
272. Cubs, Bulls, or Bears
273. Most self-satisfied
274. TV teasers
275. Tiara-winning teen
276. Like some even distributions
277. Meetings touring dad can't make
278. Athenian letter
279. Type start
280. Rabbit's daughter-in-law in "Rabbit at Rest"
281. Bullock's "Hope Floats" role
282. Figure at State U.
283. Affirm openly
284. Purple educator?
285. Big event for florists
286. What some amateurs turn
287. Indonesian sailboats
288. Hit pay dirt or it may be gross
289. Advances steadily
290. A planned undertaking
291. The art of putting things off
292. Pokes along
293. Moved along
294. Yes to insurance paperwork!
295. Yes to a medical breakthrough!
296. More than likely
297. Investigation with much digging
298. PTA meeting guides, e.g.
299. Not amateur, and word missing in 17-, 33-, and 52-Across
300. Active leader?
301. One to consult when you need to get a grip
302. Penguin or Duck
303. She's paid to play
304. Voting "aye"
305. NFLer, for example
306. Angel or Saint
307. Play-for-pay guy
308. A backer of
309. Quid-quo connection
310. Apt to vote aye
311. Opposite of 3-Down
312. Any NFL player
313. Major leaguer or golf instructor
314. Brave, Chief, Indian, or Redskin
315. One getting paid to play
316. One you pay to help you get a grip?
317. Yea-sayer
318. Agreeable aspect
319. Country club employee
320. Bono's opener?
321. Indian or Brave
322. Purse pursuer
323. Namath is one
324. Not a tyro
325. Palmer, for one
326. With 41 Across, both sides of an issue
327. Agreeing with
328. Quid-pro separator
329. P.G.A. player
330. Snead, e.g.
331. Bench, e.g.
332. Between quid and quo
333. Palmer or Pepitone
334. Golf-course V.I.P.
335. Country-club worker
336. Nicklaus, e.g.
337. Seaver or Namath
338. Word with rata or tem
339. ___ rata
340. Catfish is one
341. Quid ___ quo
342. Con's opposite
343. ___ patria
344. Paid athlete
345. Golf club V.I.P.
346. Some tourneys
347. Swift boats
348. No ___! (slangy O.K.)
349. Deep-space mission
350. NBA player
351. Whiz
352. Ace
353. Part of PGA
354. Old hand
355. All for
356. ___ bowl
357. One point of view
358. Major leaguer
359. Virtuoso
360. Country club figure
361. Indian, Brave or Chief
362. Solidly behind
363. Advantageous aspect
364. Lion or tiger or bear
365. Aye! sayer
366. Aye dropper?
367. Motion supporter
368. Con's con
369. Cowboy or Bronco
370. Golf teacher
371. No longer an amateur
372. Someone paid to play
373. Favorable aspect
374. Not anti
375. Montana, e.g.
376. Golf teacher: colloq
377. One in favor of
378. Expert
379. See 38-Across
380. Experienced
381. Favoring
382. Maven
383. Supporting
384. Disposed
385. Master hand
386. Specialist
387. In favor of
388. Big-league
389. Debate side
390. Backing
391. Anti anti
392. Supportive of
393. Club ___
394. Practiced
395. ___ shop
396. Golf lesson provider
397. Voting 50-Across
398. Voting yes
399. In favor
400. Master
401. Adept
402. Veteran
403. Not a beginner
404. Debate position
405. In favour of compromise
406. Person regularly paid worker
407. Advance in rank (7)
408. P of PGA Tours, for short
409. Affirmative voter
410. Most golf clubs have one
411. President __ tem
412. Expert golf player
413. Chips-are- player
414. Ben Hogan or Byron Nelson
415. Dr Cary Middlecoff's golfing designation
416. Snead or Hogan
417. Golfer Mangrum, for example
418. "Aye!" sayer
419. "Aye" dropper?
420. "Aye" voter
421. "Don't worry I'm a ___..."
422. "I know a spell that will turn you into a human for three days. Now it's got a procedural clause sort of a "squid ___ quo." ("Poor Unfortunate Souls" line)
423. "I'm about to do what's called a ___ gamer move"
424. "No ___!"
425. "Noun" or "verb" lead-in
426. "Tony Hawk's ___ Skater"
427. "___ Archia Poeta" (Cicero oration)
428. =-- rata
429. A Pirate or a Buc e.g.
430. A kind of athlete for short
431. A person paid to play
432. A supporter of
433. Accomplished one
434. Adamantly for
435. Advocating
436. Agt.'s client
437. Ahead of: Prefix.
438. All in favor of
439. Amateur hour shunner
440. Amateur's antonym
441. Amateur's opposite
442. Amateur-hour shunner
443. Amateurs might turn this
444. An athlete may turn this
445. Angel or Giant e.g.
446. Angel or Saint e.g.
447. Angel or Wizard e.g.
448. Anti's anti?
449. Anti's enemy
450. Anti-anti?
451. Any MLB player
452. Arguing for
453. Argument for doing something
454. Argument side
455. Arnie or Tiger e.g.
456. Athlete in the majors
457. Athlete on a salary
458. Athlete that's paid
459. Athlete who is paid
460. Athlete who plays for pay
461. Athlete who's paid
462. Athlete with deep pockets
463. Athlete with income
464. Authority
465. Backing side
466. Bear or a Panther?
467. Bear Cub or Bruin
468. Beck's "E-___"
469. Beginning to shop at a golf course
470. Behind
471. Behind in a way
472. Bench e.g.
473. Beyond an amateur
474. Big leaguer
475. Big leaguer.
476. Bill supporter
477. Bob Estes e.g.
478. Bono's predecessor?
479. Borg e.g.
480. Brave Chief or Indian
481. Brave Chief Indian or Redskin
482. Buc or Chief e.g.
483. Buc or Cub e.g.
484. Buc Card or Niner
485. Buc Vike Card or Phil
486. Bull or Bear e.g.
487. Bull or Celtic
488. CFL player e.g.
489. Cede or pose attachment
490. Certain athlete
491. Certain basketball player
492. Cleveland Brown for one
493. Club manager
494. Club teacher
495. Coach once perhaps
496. Common prefix.
497. Con balancer
498. Con canceler
499. Con con
500. Con con?
501. Con's companion
502. Con's contrary
503. Con's enemy
504. Country club VIP
505. Country club coach
506. Country club fig.
507. Country club teacher
508. Country-club coach
509. Country-club coach usually
510. Course figure
511. Court instructor
512. Cowboy or Indian e.g.
513. Cowboy or Spur e.g.
514. Crackerjack
515. Debate position and half of this puzzle's theme
516. Debater's position
517. Debater's position perhaps
518. Debater's position sometimes
519. Decidedly not amateur
520. Dodger or Laker e.g. (See Notepad)
521. Draft selection upon signing
522. Drafted one maybe
523. Dragster category: "___ Stock" (3)
524. Driving instructor?
525. ESPN the Magazine subject often
526. Eagle or Philly
527. Eagle or Raven
528. Eminent authority
529. Ex-con maybe
530. Experienced one.
531. Experienced one: Colloq.
532. Expert of a kind.
533. Expert briefly
534. Expert informally
535. Expert.
536. Expert: Colloq.
537. Faldo is one
538. Favorable
539. Favorable factor
540. Favorable.
541. First Atlantic hurricane "R" name to be used twice
542. Follower of "go" or "Go"
543. Football's ___ Bowl
544. For word
545. For in a debate
546. For no con
547. For.
548. Full-time player
549. Full-time poker player*
550. Giant or Wizard e.g.
551. Giver of lessons
552. Go-to person
553. Going for
554. Golf ___
555. Golf club VIP
556. Golf club denizen
557. Golf club specialist.
558. Golf clubhouse man.
559. Golf course teacher
560. Golf expert.
561. Golf instructor likely
562. Golf instructor.
563. Golf mentor.
564. Golf or tennis instructor
565. Golf or tennis teacher
566. Golf teacher.
567. Golf tour member
568. Golfer Norman e.g.
569. Golfer of a sort.
570. Golfer on tour
571. Grandmaster e.g.
572. Green Bay Packer e.g.
573. Greg Norman e.g.
574. Greg Norman for one
575. Hardly a beginner
576. He plays hard for the money
577. He.s paid to play
578. Highly adept one
579. Hoping for passage
580. Hotshot
581. In behalf of: Lat.
582. In favour of
583. In it for the money
584. In support of
585. Indian Brave or Chief
586. Indian Redskin or Chief
587. Indy 500 driver for instance
588. Ineligible to play college sports
589. Issue side
590. It cancels out a con
591. It means "advocating"
592. It's a plus
593. Kind of cure
594. Kind of shop
595. King or Senator e.g.
596. Laker for one
597. Links instructor
598. Links star.
599. Lion or tiger
600. Lion or Tiger or Bear e.g.
601. Lion or Tiger e.g.
602. Long introduction?
603. MLB or NBA player
604. MLB player e.g.
605. MLS player e.g.
606. MacBook ___
607. MacBook model
608. Major leaguer e.g.
609. Major leaguer.
610. Major-league
611. Major-league athlete
612. Majors individual
613. Majors player
614. Man of experience
615. Man of experience.
616. Many an Olympic athlete now
617. Member of the PGA
618. Met Net or Jet
619. Miller or Palmer
620. Money maker
621. Money maker in sports
622. Money player?
623. Moneymaker
624. Moneymaker?
625. More than a dabbler
626. Move along
627. N.F.L. player
628. N.H.L. athlete e.g.
629. NBAer e.g.
630. NFL or MLB player
631. NFL or NHL player
632. NFL player
633. NFL player e.g.
634. NFL player for one
635. NFLer or NBAer
636. NFLer e.g.
637. NHL player e.g.
638. NHLer e.g.
639. Nicklaus e.g.
640. Nicklaus for one.
641. Niner or Sixer
642. No amateur he
643. No amateur he
644. No hobbyist
645. No layman
646. No mere duffer
647. No newbie
648. No novice briefly
649. Non-am
650. Noob's opposite
651. Norman e.g.
652. Not amateur
653. Not an amateur
654. Old hand.
655. Old-timer.
656. On the affirmative side
657. On the affirmative side.
658. On the side of
659. On your side
660. One competing for money
661. One for the money?
662. One getting paid to play (Abbr.)
663. One in support
664. One may be in open competition
665. One of many in an open competition
666. One paid to help you get a grip?
667. One side in a debate
668. One side of a bill
669. One side of a debate
670. One side of an issue
671. One who hustles
672. One who is not amateurish
673. One who knows the ropes
674. One who makes his living playing poker*
675. One who wears Red Sox
676. One who's been around the block
677. One who's mastered the ropes
678. One who's not green
679. One who's paid to play
680. One with a sneaker deal likely
681. P. G. A. member.
682. P. G. A. player.
683. PGA money winner e.g.
684. PGA player e.g.
685. Paid athlete briefly
686. Paid athlete in short
687. Paid expert for short
688. Paid performer perhaps
689. Paid practitioner
690. Paid to play
691. Paid-to-play player
692. Palmer is one
693. Palmer for one
694. Part of LPGA
695. Pat Bradley e.g.
696. Pentium ___ (early P6 chip)
697. Person paid to play
698. Person paid to play sports
699. Person playing for pay
700. Play-off participant
701. Player for money
702. Player in open tournament
703. Player of a kind
704. Player or Palmer.
705. Plus
706. Plus side
707. Point for
708. Point in favor
709. Positive
710. Positive aspect
711. Positive start?
712. Precursor for testing
713. Prefix for for
714. President ___ tem
715. President ___ tempore
716. Profitable thing to turn
717. Pt. of LPGA
718. Quid -- quo
719. Quid ___ quo (fair exchange)
720. Quid ___ quo.
721. Quid-quo connector
722. Ray Floyd for one
723. Real expert
724. Reason in favor
725. Reliable craftsperson
726. Reliable expert
727. Salaried player
728. Salaried sportsman
729. Seasoned guy
730. Seasoned vet
731. Seasoned veteran
732. See 38D
733. Send payment
734. Sex worker say
735. Shark so to speak
736. Skilled hand
737. Skilled one for short
738. Skilled performer
739. Skilled person
740. Skilled type
741. Skilled worker
742. Slugger Mel for one
743. Snead e.g.
744. Snead for one.
745. Something many amateurs turn
746. Source of some valuable tips
747. Sports expert
748. Sports figure
749. Supporter
750. Supporter's side
751. Supporters' side
752. Teacher at a golf course
753. Team player perhaps
754. Tennis ___
755. Tennis club instructor
756. Tennis court figure
757. Tennis tutor
758. The 'for' side
759. The for side
760. The guy teaching you tennis probably
761. This puzzle's theme word
762. Tiger or Indian
763. Tittle for one.
764. Tom Kite e.g.
765. Tour golfer e.g.
766. Trevino or Laver e.g.
767. Trusted authority
768. Trusted expert
769. Turn ___ (start making money)
770. Tutorial giver often
771. Type of athlete.
772. Type of athlete: Colloq.
773. Tyro's mentor perhaps
774. US Open entrant
775. Uncommon athlete.
776. Upside
777. Useful type of tip (usually)
778. VIP in golf.
779. Vet
780. Veteran informally
781. Voting 'yes'
782. Voting affirmatively
783. WNBAer e.g.
784. Way to go for some athletes
785. What Michelle Wie recently turned
786. What an athlete might turn
787. Woods on a golf course e.g.
788. Woods for one
789. Word before 17A 57A 11D and 25D
790. Word between quid and quo
791. Word in many software titles
792. Word with "life" or "am"
793. Word with bono or rata
794. You can go here - if you're good
795. ___ Bowl (game a week after Super Sunday)
796. ___ Bowl (grid contest held in Hawaii from 1980 to 2009)
797. ___ and con
798. ___ bet (gambler's novelty choice)
799. ___ bono
800. ___ box (option for getting letters)
801. ___ forma
802. ___ patria.
803. ___ rata (proportionally)
804. ___ tip (life hack)
805. ___-Am
806. ___-am (kind of golf tournament)
807. ___-am (type of tourney)
808. ___-am tournament
809. ___-democracy forces
810. ___-life
811. Ben Hogan
812. Golfer Hogan
813. Ed Furgol's status
814. Debater's position, perhaps
815. Siding with
816. Angel or Saint, e.g.
817. Opposite of 47-Down
818. Paid athlete, briefly
819. Bear, Cub or Bruin
820. Debater's position, sometimes
821. Money maker, in sports
822. Paid athlete, in short
823. For, no con
824. Grandmaster, e.g.
825. Way to go, for some athletes
826. Delve into
827. Malay outrigger
828. Ruled genuine
829. ____ bono
830. Malay canoe
831. Surgical instruments
832. Expert, informally
833. Play-for-pay type
834. Indonesian boat
835. Lion or tiger, e.g.
836. Veteran, informally
837. Malayan sailboat
838. Exploring
839. Like some tournaments
840. Question closely
841. Indonesian outrigger
842. Malay sailboat
843. Lion or tiger or bear, e.g.
844. Skilled one, for short
845. Mathematical challenge
846. Examines
847. PGA player, e.g.
848. Explore deeply
849. No amateur, he
850. Space vehicles
851. Cowboy or Spur, e.g.
852. Ray or Dolphin, for short
853. Carry on
854. Paid expert, for short
855. Uses will power?
856. Free of charge
857. Draft selection, upon signing
858. Expert, and what's in motion in 1-, 20-, 40-, 57- and 71-Across
859. Lion, Tiger or Bear
860. Many an Olympic athlete, now
861. Met, Net or Jet
862. Celebrity tourney, perhaps
863. Any MLB or MiLB player
864. Debating sides, and words that can precede the first parts of 20- and 39-Across and 11- and 28-Down
865. No ___!
866. Investigator
867. Get going
868. Motivate
869. Tourney type
870. Uprightness
871. Some charity events
872. Will validation
873. Win
874. Goad
875. No ___! ("Easy!")
876. Investigated
877. See 62-Down
878. Puzzler
879. Look into
880. For free
881. See 27-Down
882. See circled letters
883. Make sense of
884. Schnozzola
885. Spur
886. Survivor host Jeff
887. Egg on
888. Urge on
889. Big name in skin care
890. Investigation
891. Set of steps
892. Really dig
893. Free
894. Moves along
895. Junior's exam, for short
896. More dignified
897. Official substitute
898. One of a biblical 150
899. Wave function symbol
900. Make a bundle
901. With decorum
902. Barbecue fuel
903. Unimaginative
904. Charge
905. Vain
906. French novelist
907. Shore up
908. Thrust
909. Be a yenta
910. Sniff around
911. Safeguard
912. Buttress
913. Veterans
914. ASAP
915. Mavens
916. School dance
917. In proportion
918. Whizzes
919. Gain
920. Make money
921. Tine
922. Hitchcock classic
923. Theater equipment
924. School orgs.
925. Rope, to Will Rogers
926. Univ. employees
927. Malayan boat
928. Some golf tourneys
929. Campus VIP
930. Investigate
931. Barrel
932. Jab with an elbow
933. Poke, as with a stick
934. Complete honesty
935. Urges on
936. Ban
937. Golf V.I.P.
938. Ex-con, maybe
939. Athletic supporter?
940. Swift Malay boat
941. Some tournaments
942. Explore
943. Kind of court
944. Take
945. Nudge forward
946. Any NFLer
947. Quid __ quo
948. __ shop
949. Type of golf tourney
950. Quid __ quo (fair exchange)
951. Charity contest
952. NFLer, e.g.
953. Investigation by a legislative committee
954. Set forth
955. Like some sporting events
956. Type of tournament
957. Slangy snag
958. Golf teacher: colloq.
959. No amateur.
960. One in favor of.
961. Paid athlete.
962. Kind of vessel.
963. Sportsman who gets paid.
964. Double-ended canoe.
965. Investigator.
966. Sharp reminders.
967. In favor of.
968. Malayan canoe.
969. Most golf clubs have one.
970. Congressional specialties.
971. Investigating.
972. Money player.
973. Snead or Hogan.
974. Vote for something.
975. ___ rata.
976. Malay outrigger canoe.
977. Expert golf player.
978. Favoring.
979. Golfer Mangrum, for example.
980. Canoe of Malaysia.
981. Ben Hogan or Byron Nelson.
982. Dr. Cary Middlecoff's golfing designation.
983. Outriggers.
984. Dick Button is now one.
985. Golfer Hogan.
986. ___ bono publico.
987. Hogan or Snead.
988. Outrigger canoe.
989. He shoots in the 70's.
990. One side of the argument.
991. Sports instructor.
992. Links instructor.
993. Paid competitor.
994. Affirmative vote.
995. Golf club employe.
996. Hoad or Hogan.
997. Not a member of A. A. U.
998. Person of experience.
999. Player in open tournament.
1000. Lateen-sailed canoe.
1001. Outrigger.
1002. Canoe.
1003. Outrigger of the South Seas.
1004. Nicklaus, for one.
1005. See 44 Across.
1006. Tittle, for one.
1007. Math item: Abbr.
1008. Member of 32 Across.
1009. Far East boat.
1010. Snead, for one.
1011. Eastern craft.
1012. In favor.
1013. Asian craft.
1014. Indonesian boat.
1015. Malaysian vessel.
1016. With 7-Down, how income may be divided
1017. Teacher, at times
1018. Old __
1019. Golf __
1020. Hogan or Snead
1021. Sports instructor
1022. A sportsman
1023. One side of the argument
1024. He shoots in the 70's
1025. Amateur's antithesis
1026. Expert: Colloq
1027. Paid competitor
1028. Person of experience
1029. Not a member of A A U
1030. A vote for the affirmative
1031. Affirmative vote
1032. Hoad or Hogan
1033. Golf mentor
1034. Type of athlete: Colloq
1035. Experienced one: Colloq
1036. In behalf of: Lat
1037. Golf club specialist
1038. Golfer of a sort
1039. P G A member
1040. Nicklaus, for one
1041. Ahead of: Prefix
1042. Common prefix
1043. See
1044. Uncommon athlete
1045. Tittle, for one
1046. Member of
1047. Expert of a kind
1048. VIP in golf
1049. Snead, for one
1050. Old-timer
1051. Player or Palmer
1052. Links star
1053. Snead, eg
1054. PGA man
1055. Bench, eg
1056. Golf-course VIP
1057. Nicklaus, eg
1058. Trevino or Laver, eg
1059. With , both sides of an issue
1060. With , for now
1061. Experienced hand
1062. Full-time golfer (inf)