PGA

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Origin of PGA

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p(teroyl) + g(lutamic) a(cid)

PGA

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or P.G.A.

  1. Professional Golfers' Association.
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Examples from the Web for pga

Contemporary Examples of pga

  • Since returning to the PGA Tour a year ago, his play has been a disaster.

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    Tiger Woods Is Never Coming Back

    Buzz Bissinger

    April 14, 2011

  • Woods and his advisers decided against surgery then and instead he continued playing and winning on the PGA Tour.

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    Tiger and Pills

    Gerald Posner

    December 6, 2009

  • Others who are more versed in tournament life wrangle invitations to PGA dinners or special tournament social events.

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    The Secret World of Golf Groupies

    Gerald Posner

    December 4, 2009

  • The players even have a name for these women: PGA, or Party Groupie Association.

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    The Secret World of Golf Groupies

    Gerald Posner

    December 4, 2009


British Dictionary definitions for pga

PGA

abbreviation for
  1. Professional Golfers' Association
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