I am currently a high school senior, trying to choose a major for next year so I can apply to colleges early. I am trying to choose between a career in Professional Golf Management or Engineering. I have played golf for over half my life, and love every aspect of it. I work at a golf course now, and have for the last two or so years. Coming out of college, I would be an assistant golf pro, making somewhere in the ballpark of $40,000. From there I could advance to Head Pro, GM, and Director of Golf, each coming with a respectable raise. Math and science have always been strong points for me in school, so if I chose engineering I'm sure I would be successful. However, I feel that it would be something I would wake up everyday and not look forward to. Coming out of college there is an average starting salary of $60,000, with plenty of room for a raise as the year pass. I feel that my dad, who is an engineer himself, wants me to pursue engineering mainly because of the financial security. We both know I CAN do it, but I feel that it is more of a matter of wanting to. I don't want to choose a job that I don't want to go to. Anyways, any advice would be well appreciated. Should I go with passion or financial security? Thanks for any help!