Are you a golf enthusiast? Are you playing golf every Sunday or are you just a huge fan? Let’s put you on the test and see how much you REALLY know about golf.
Where did the modern 18-hole version of golf originally come from?
The word ‘caddy’ comes from the French word ‘le cadet’ which means:
- The club
- The youngest child
- The carrier
- The one who helps
Today, two-piece golf balls are made of plastic and rubber. However, they used to be made of leather and:
Which of these is NOT one of the terms used in golf?
What is the other name for The Open Championship, a golf tournament held mid-July?
- US Open
- British Open
- Australian Open
- Open Tour
Which term is used for a score of three-under-par?
In which year was the first women’s golf tournament held?
Who is considered to be the first female golf player?
- Charlotte Cecilia Pitcairn Leitch
- Dorothy Campbell
- Babe Didrikson
- Mary, Queen of Scots
Which of these associations was created in 1949 in the United States for professional female golf players?
Who invented the early version of the handicap system in 1893?
- Issette Miller
- Bobby Jones
- Patty Berg
- Harry S. Colt
In the 19th century, Lord Moncrieff decreed that women should not hit the ball any further than:
- 30-40 yards
- 60-70 yards
- 100-120 yards
- 140-150 yards
From which American state is Michelle Wie, the youngest person ever to play in a PGA Tour Event?
- New York
- Los Angeles