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pro shop

n.
A store that sells equipment for a particular sport and is usually located at a club or sporting facility such as a golf course.

[From pro.]
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Chidambram won by two points and took home the trophy and pro shop voucher for his efforts.
Crooks targeted a second Renfrewshire golf pro shop in less than a month.
Since 2012, the hardware destination has also been home to an archery pro shop and program.
Even simple tasks such as installing a peep sight or replacing a worn string will send the vast majority of bowhunters running to the nearest pro shop. But with a modest investment of time and money, you can learn how to be your own bow mechanic--something that will save you a lot of aggravation and maximize your bow's performance.
In 2013, Jason Prendergast's pro shop at the Country Club of Jackson was voted the best in Mississippi and Louisiana by His fellow club pros in the Gulf States Section of the PGA of America.
Woodsome Hall's John Eyre has just returned from Wentworth where he was wined and dined by Pro Shop Europe, the leading monthly golf trade magazine.
Hartwell, GA, March 13, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Trampoline Pro Shop has announced that it is now offering free shipping on all trampoline systems.
WORCESTER - The owner of the Blackstone National Golf Club in Sutton told jurors yesterday how he gradually came to suspect that his trusted, hard-working pro shop manager was in fact skimming large amounts of money from the daily proceeds.
That is because at the same age, Poulter was still selling Mars bars in his local pro shop!
IAN POULTER was dusting drivers and stacking shelves in a pro shop the last time The Open was beamed live on TV from Turnberry.