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pro shop

noun
1.
a shop that is operated in connection with a golf or tennis club, resort, etc., and has sports equipment and often recreational clothing for sale or rent and is usually supervised by a resident professional coach or instructor.
Origin
1935-1940
1935-40
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Examples from the web for pro shop
  • Additionally, the course has a restaurant and pro shop where players can rent clubs or purchase apparel and equipment.
  • Our pro shop offers the latest technology in club fitting and putter fitting.
  • The course has a full-service pro shop and snack bar and leagues and lessons are readily available for all ages and abilities.
  • The newly constructed clubhouse provides a full-service snack bar and pro shop.
  • Pros and duffers alike will find everything they need from a well-stocked pro shop.
  • Conducts inventory of the pro shop supplies and equipment in order to make purchases when supplies are low.
  • All monies paid for league play goes towards the weekly prize fund payable in pro shop merchandise.
  • All entry fees are applied to prizes in the pro shop.
  • Reviews the results of the inventory of the pro shop supplies and equipment in order to make purchases when supplies are low.
  • Facilities include a full service clubhouse, pro shop and snack bar.
Contemporary definitions for pro shop
noun

a retail outlet at a sporting venue, as a golf or tennis club, typically run by the resident professional and where equipment and clothing can be purchased or repaired

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