Remember Malcolm Gladwell's story about it taking 10,000 hours of practice to develop mastery? Well, here's a 30-year-old guy willing to put it to a test. Can he go from never having played golf to becoming a pro in 10,000 hours?
“The more he’s improved, the harder it’s gotten to get better. Going from bad to good is way easier than going from good to great. And going from great to world-class? That’s rare territory. The line is thin, but the gap is wide.”
My guess is that he can become a PGA professional and work at a country club somewhere. I suspect being successful on tour is another story. That game is as much mental (if not more) as it is physical. Stay tuned though, I'm pretty much loving the experiment.
Quote taken from here.