Golf Trivia Questions #4Printable Golf Trivia Quiz
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If you messed up your first tee shot in a fun round of golf, you might be allowed a what?
Mulligan - A mulligan is an extra stroke allowed after a poor shot, which is not counted on the scorecard.
Who was the first US Women's Open Golf champion?
a. Charlotte Tennyson
b. Laura Davis
c. Patty Berg
d. Tiger Lilly Woods
Patty Berg - Patty had 15 major title wins, which is the all-time record for most major wins by a female golfer.
What do the letters R and A stand for in the name of the world's oldest golf club?
a. Rock and Attitude
b. Royal and Ancient
c. Right and August
d. Regular and Artful
Royal and Ancient - The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews was founded in 1754.
Which of the following golfers has won four US Open golf titles?
a. Tom Watson
b. Fred Couples
c. Willie Anderson
d. Harry Vardon
Willie Anderson - Willie was the first golfer to win four U.S. Opens in 1901, 1903, 1904 and 1905.
Which of the following golf clubs has the most loft?
a. 1 iron
b. Sand Wedge
d. 9 iron
Sand Wedge - The sand wedge is designed for use in sand bunkers.
What is the nationality of the golfer Paul Azinger?
American - Paul was in the top-10 of the Official World Golf Ranking between 1988 and 1994.
Which of the following golfers was the PGA Player of the Year in 1980?
a. Hal Sutton
b. Tom Kite
c. Bill Rogers
d. Tom Watson
Tom Watson - At 65 years of age (2015), Tom now plays primarily on the Champions Tour.
At which age can a player join the Seniors' Golf Tour?
a. 40 years
b. 70 years
c. 65 years
d. 50 years
50 years - Established in 1980, the leading senior tour is the U.S. based Champions Tour.
The Belfry is a golf course on the outskirts of which major city?
Birmingham - The Belfry consists of three complete courses.
Which female golfer won their first US Open before the others?
a. Betsy Rawls
b. Louise Suggs
c. Betty Jameson
d. Mildred Zaharias
Betty Jameson - Betty was one of the thirteen founders of the LPGA in 1950.
Which of these sports equipment manufacturers is not normally associated with golf?
Kookaburra - Kookaburra manufactures primarily cricket and hockey equipment.
Who, at the age of 18, finished fourth in the 1998 Golf Open?
a. Justin Rose
b. Lee Westwood
c. Tiger Woods
d. Mark Pugash
Justin Rose - Justin was ranked in the World top-ten for 34 weeks between November 2007 and July 2008.
Which of these Northern Irish golfers is not a Major Championship winner?
a. Graeme McDowell
b. Rory McIlroy
c. Darren Clarke
d. David Feherty
David Feherty - David currently works as broadcaster with CBS Sports.
How many rounds are there in golf's US Open?
4 - The US Open was established in 1895.
What was the first name of the US golfer Palmer?
Arnold - Palmer was nicknamed 'The King'.
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