Let’s talk golf balls, golf players and everything about the game of golf in this ultimate set of Golf trivia questions and answers. From the British open championship to the most popular golfers in the world, let’s test how much you know about golf, golfers, and golf fields.
All major tournaments and rules of the game of golf should be a great way to challenge golf lovers and average trivia gamers. This set of golf trivia questions are perfect for your next pub quiz, team outing, or family game night.
Golf Trivia Questions and Answers
Here’s your ultimate golf quiz for all occasions! See how many answers you get right. All the best!
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|What do golfers shout to warn other golfers when they hit an errant shot?||▶ Fore|
|How many holes are there in a full round of golf?||▶ Eighteen|
|Tiger Woods became a professional golfer in what year?||▶ 1996|
|Finish this phrase: You drive for show, but putt for “_____”?||▶ Dough|
|Who was the first golfer to win the Masters Tournament two years in a row?||▶ Jack Nicklaus|
|What’s the oldest golf course in the world?||▶ The Old Course at St Andrews Links|
|In what tournament did Tiger Woods first win in his professional career?||▶ The 1996 Las Vegas Invitational|
|At what age did Jack Nicklaus first play his first nine holes?||▶ Ten years old|
|Which famous golfer beat Tiger woods in the 2005 Tour Championship?||▶ Bart Bryant|
|When did the world golf hall start?||▶ May 19, 1998|
|Who won the 2012 Ryder Cup?||▶ The European Ryder Cup team|
|How much was the PGA Championship prize fund in 2020?||▶ $4.3 million|
|How many golf clubs are in a set?||▶ 12|
|How many championships does Gary Player have?||▶ 9|
|How many championships does Rory McIlroy have?||▶ 4|
|What hand does Phil Mickelson play with?||▶ Left|
|What “King” of golf lent his name to a mixture of iced tea and lemonade?||▶ Arnold Palmer|
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Tim majored in Humanities with a bachelor in English and Theatre at New York State University. He lectured on entertainment business studies for three years at Plymouth College.
Tim has been a trivia host in his current hometown of Pittsburgh for the past two years. He enjoys hanging out with people who love trivia just as much as he does.
His friends call him the Question Master.