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Take the quiz and find out if you have a strong golf knowledge?

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?

    • Ireland
    • China
    • Scotland
    • Denmark
  • The word β€˜caddy’ comes from the French word β€˜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:

    • Sponge
    • Feathers
    • Cloth
    • Rubber
  • Which of these is NOT one of the terms used in golf?

    • Sharking
    • Bunker
    • Eagle
    • Birdie
  • 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?

    • Albatross
    • Condor
    • Sparrow
    • Hawkeye
  • In which year was the first women’s golf tournament held?

    • 1952
    • 1899
    • 1811
    • 1744
  • 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?

    • EGA
    • PGA
    • LPGA
    • USGA
  • 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
    • Florida
    • Los Angeles
    • Hawaii