pro shop

noun

Definition of pro shop

: a shop at which equipment for a particular sport (such as golf or tennis) is sold typically by a professional in that sport

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There are also a new office space, pro shop and lots of Kings branding in the facility’s entryway, as well as new signage going up on top of the building. Anthony Clark Carpio, Burbank Leader, "Renovated Pickwick ice rink is ready for puck drop," 9 Aug. 2019 The Open hasn’t been here since 1951, an era when there were less than 100 men in the field and most of them made their living selling sweaters in pro shops. Eamon Lynch, azcentral, "Open Championship at Portrush may be the only thing Northern Ireland can agree on," 15 July 2019 Inside the pro shop, young fans and adults alike perused the merchandise. Sam Tabachnik, The Denver Post, "“Cautiously optimistic”: Broncos Country welcomes change as 2019 team debuts at training camp," 18 July 2019 The team already has Kessel jerseys printed and ready to sell at their pro shop inside Gila River Arena. Richard Morin, azcentral, "Phil Kessel could change everything for the Arizona Coyotes," 1 July 2019 The event includes family activities, entertainment, concessions and a pro shop. Robert Channick, chicagotribune.com, "Bears training camp puts sleepy Bourbonnais on the tourism map for two weeks each summer. It could get busier this year.," 27 June 2019 Later that day, Skip Scandirito’s partial remains were found in a makeshift grave, a 4-foot-deep hole, at the old golf course property where Skip used to work in the pro shop, court records show. Marc Freeman, sun-sentinel.com, "Son gets 15 years for chopping up dead father’s remains in Boca garage," 21 June 2019 Fans have the chance to check out the brand new multi-million dollar clubhouse in the sense that its pro shop, adjacent to the first tee, will be open to the public. Shawn Mcfarland, courant.com, "From a new event lawn to a candy shop, here’s what’s new at the 2019 Travelers Championship," 12 June 2019 The drawings showed a rooftop-terraced building with at least 37 indoor courts, a gym, four restaurants and a pro shop. Marci Shatzman, Sun-Sentinel.com, "Tennis superstar Rafael Nadal’s plan for training academy is a no-go in Boca," 16 Apr. 2018

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1932, in the meaning defined above

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pro shop

noun

English Language Learners Definition of pro shop

: a shop where equipment for a sport (such as golf or tennis) is sold usually by people who play or teach the sport professionally

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