I've witnessed many people go broke and blow their inheritance chasing this dream and they were miles better than you. One decent college kid I remember played on the egolf tour here. His father had passed and left him 250k. He chased the dream for 2 years but, after paying entry fees upwards of 2k per event , membership fees, bills, rent ect... He went home making nothing off those tours and broke. I've had other friends thinking that shooting even par they can somehow make a living out there. They get a reality check when they go to monday qualify and their -2 isn't even in top 20 and -8 goes into playoffs. The courses these guys are playing are so much harder than what you are currently playing as well. The course setups and lengths they play on the pga tour are in the 78-80 ratings with maxed out slope. These mini tour guys when the play 7200 75 rated courses around here absolutely destroy them. I'm talking mid -20s under for 3 days to crack the top 5.
Another recent example is a young pro who I know who is famous for qualifying for the us 4 ball on his own. His partner bailed on him last minute and wasn't allowed a replacement. He shot a 63 to qualify against alot of scratch golfers playing best ball against him. Same kid I watched shoot 63 from 7500 yards with a 78 rating in 25mph wind in hawaii on the course they qualify for the sony at. He missed web.com qualifying this year and is struggling to survive playing small mini tour events.
I guess what I'm saying is it's cool to chase a dream but, you have to be reasonable and not delusional. I could practice 12 hours a day every day and I'm not going to play in the NBA it's just not going to happen.