Trivia (One winner per week from all correct entries)

Trivia Question for 3/24/17

In the 2017 CinciGolf coupon book on page 61

The club on that page offers great fun!

Name that club and avoid a fee

If you win this weeks entry you’ll play for FREE!!

CLICK HERE TO EMAIL YOUR ANSWER

If you have a problem with the link email mark@cincigolf.com with your answer


Trivia Question for 3/17/17

What real golf club was used as the location for the fictitious Bushwood Country Club in one of the greatest golf movies ever made, Caddyshack?

The correct answer is Rolling Hills Country Club in Davie, Florida now known as Grand Oak

Congratulations to Fred Sander as this weeks winner!

 


Trivia Question for 3/3/17

Who was docked 2 strokes for missing his starting tee time at his own celebrity golf tournament in 1996?

The correct answer is Dan Marino

Congratulations to

 

 


Trivia Question for 2/24/17

Tom Watson has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Stanford University.  What was his major?

The correct answer is Psychology

Congratulations to Gene Troy as this weeks winner!

 


Trivia Question for 2/16/17

What was Bobby Jones’ occupation away from the golf course?

The correct answer is Lawyer

Congratulations to  Eric Hancock for submitting a correct answer!

 


Trivia Question for the week of 1/20/17

Where did Nancy Lopez win her first victory on the LPGA tour?

The correct answer is Sarasota Florida (The Bent Tree Classic)

Congratulations to Jerry Yarnell for submitting the correct answer!

 


Trivia Question for the week of 11/25/16

What year did Ben Hogan finally win the Masters?

The correct answer is 1951.

Congratulations to Bruce Scheib for submitting the correct answer!

 

*This will be the last Trivia contest for 2016.  As we wind down the season and the free rounds are close to expiring, we thank everyone who has participated this year.  Look for Trivia to resume after New Years as we head into the 2017 Cincinnati Golf Show!


Trivia Question for the week of 11/04/16

What major amateur golf event did both Bing Crosby and Bob Hope compete in?

The correct answer is The British Amateur

Congratulations to Pixie Smith for submitting a correct answer!

 


Trivia Question for the week of 10/21/16

What player had the nickname “Popeye”?

The correct answer is Craig Parry.

Congratulations to Richard Wendling as this weeks winner!

 


Trivia Question for the week of 10/14/16

What golfer is credited with inventing the Sand Wedge?

The correct answer is Gene Sarazen (1930).

Congratulations to Josh Louis as this weeks winner!

 


Trivia Question for the week of 10/07/16

What city and state was the LPGA Headquarters located in prior to it’s current location of Daytona Beach, FL?

The correct answer is Sugar Land, Texas

Congratulations to Lou Hudepohl as this weeks winner!

 


Trivia Question for the week of 9/29/16

While attending Wake Forest, how many individual Atlantic Coast Conference titles did Arnold Palmer win?

The correct answer is 3

Congratulations to Vicky Neal as this weeks winner!


Trivia Question for the week of 9/23/16

Who has won the most major golf tournaments?

The correct answer is Jack Nicklaus.

Congratulations to Larry Turner as this weeks winner!


Trivia Question for the week of 9/15/16

True or False:
The correct answer is False.  Rule 11-3
Congratulations to this weeks winner, Chris Bowman!

 


Trivia Question for the week of 9/8/2016

Jesper Parnevik claims to be a better player due to what substance he uses in his diet?

The correct answer is volcanic sand.

Congratulations to Janet Leichty for having the correct answer!

 


Trivia Question for the week of 9/1/2016

Who was the college basketball TV analyst that broke his wrist when he missed the ball and hit the ground while practicing golf?

The correct answer is Dick Vitale.

Congratulations to Bob Wilks for guessing the correct answer!

 


Trivia Question for the week of 8/22/16

DON’T GOOGLE THIS!!!!!!!!  A person holds  the record for the most number of holes of golf played in a single year. How many HOLES did he play?

The correct answer is 14,625 in 2012.

Congratulations to Bernadette Wilks


Trivia Question for the week of 8/11/16

This week many of us will be watching golf played at the Olympics on television.

What was the first televised golf tournament and what year did this take place?

The correct answer is the U.S. Open in 1947 – It was televised local only.

Congratulations to Daniel Bach as this weeks winner!

 


Trivia Question for the week of 8/4/16

Golf will be played in the Olympics this year!!

Who is the only woman to win an Olympic Gold Medal in golf?

The correct answer is Margaret Abbott

Congratulations to Donald Campbell who was chosen as this weeks winner


Trivia Question for the week of 7/28/16

It’s PGA Championship Week!!

John Daly won in 1991 after a fateful call as a replacement.  Who finished 2nd and how many strokes did they lose by?

The correct answer is Bruce Lietzke by 3 strokes

Congratulations to James Case as this weeks winner!!!


Trivia Question for the week of 7/21/16

 What nickname did Curtis Strange go by when he played collegiate golf at Wake Forest?

The correct answer is BRUTUS

Congratulations to Kenny Smith as this weeks winner!!


Trivia Question for the week of 7/14/16

What golfer broke his leg teeing off during the 3rd round of the 1991 British Open?

The correct answer is Richard Boxall

CONGRATULATIONS TO FREDDY GARON AS THIS WEEKS WINNER!!


 Trivia Question for the week of 6/30/16

Jack Nicklaus did not win a PGA Tour event in 1979.  How many years was his winning streak prior to this?

17 YEARS IS THE CORRECT ANSWER

CONGRATULATIONS TO RICH LOHMUELLER AS THIS WEEKS WINNER!!

 


Trivia question for the week of 6/23/16

Which foreign golfer got his first victory in the United States at the Masters and what year did it happen?

We accepted two answers this week (Cincigolfers are very smart!)

Danny Willet 2016

Bernhard Langer 1985

Congratulations to Robert Baker and Charles Day!!!!

 

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(One winner will be chosen at random from all correct entries)

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Congratulations to John Tonelli !!!!  John was randomly selected from all of the correct entries.

Stay tuned for our next Trivia Contest

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Past questions are below

Previous Question:   At what course were the first 12 British Opens held?  Prestwick.  Donna Yarnell was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries

 

Previous Question:   Who is a three time Master’s champion, has competed in 52 Masters, and has a birthday next week?  Gary Player. Laurie Azure was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries

 

Previous Question:   Who was the first player to win the British Open and the US Open in the same year?    Bobby Jones.   Nelson Brett was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries

 

Previous Question:   Name the Masters champion who made birdie on his final four holes.  Charl Schwartzel.   Angela Johnson was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries

 

Previous Question:   Which player from the International team has qualified for every Presidents Cup? Ernie Els,  Shane Rogers was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries

 

Previous Question:   Which player from the USA team has the most victories in the Presidents Cup?   Tiger Woods with 24.  Neil Abramswas drawn as the winner from all the correct entries

 

Previous Question:   Sharon Woods was opened in 1938 by what renowned golfer?  Bobby Jones.  Tom Ulrich was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries

 

Previous Question:   The BMW Championship used to be called the ??? Open.   The Western Open.  Gary Back was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries

 

Previous Question:   Who won the first Fedex Cup?  Tiger Woods.  BK Smith was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries

 

Previous Question:   This weekend’s tournament is the Wyndham Championship, formerly known as the Greater Greensboro Open.  Who won the first one in 1938?   Sam Snead.   Bill Bricking was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries

 

Previous Question:   Who is the oldest player to win the PGA Championship?  Julius Boros.  Dennis Jonassen was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries

 

Previous Question:   Who won the PGA wiore to wire two times?  Raymond Floyd.  Jeff Morris was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries

 

Previous Question:   Who played in the British Open the most times before winning?  Nick Price.  Andy LaCombe was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

 

Previous Question:   Name the last player who won the British Open in his first major champion appearance?  Ben Curtis.  J.R. Wilson was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

 

Previous Question:   Who was the first American born player to win the British Open? Walter Hagen.  Steve Sutton was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

 

Previous Question:   Who overcame the largest deficit in the final round to win the British Open?  Paul Lawrie.  Robert Neal was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

 

Previous Question:   Jack Nicklaus and which other player have finished under par the most times in a British Open?   Nick Faldo.  Jeff Morris was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

 

Previous Question:   Who was the only British Open champion at Turnberry who failed to break par all four rounds?  Greg Norman.  Tom Honebrink was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

 

Previous Question:   In the last 100 years, only one player has won the US Open at the same course twice.  Name him.. Jack Nicklaus.  David Pickett was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

 

Previous Question:   Who is the oldest player to win the US Open?. Hale Irwin.   Gene Troy was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

 

Previous Question: Name the only player to lose a playoff three times in the US Open? Arnold Palmer.  Debbie Rump was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

 

Previous Question: Who holds the U.S. Open record for most consecutive wins? Willie Anderson.  David Merrell was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

 

Previous Question: Since World War I, which country outside the USA has produced the most US Open champions? South Africa.  Jim Steman was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

 

Previous Question: Who was the last player to shoot 63 in a US Open.  Vijay Singh.  Jerome Yarnell was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

 

Previous Question: Who was the youngest winner of the US Open?  John McDermott.  R Wilks was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

 

Previous Question: Who was the oldest person to break par in a round in the Masters?  Tom Watson.  Marie Egan was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

 

Previous Question: Who is the only player that scored 3 eagles in one Masters round?   Dustin Johnson.  Jerome Yarnell was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

 

Previous Question: What foreign player has the lowest 72 hole total score in the Masters?   Seve Ballesteros.  BM Clapp was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

 

Previous Question: The land for Augusta National was purchased in 1931, and at that time the land was being used as a what?  Peach Orchard.  Mark Quarry was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

 

Previous Question: In the Masters, who scored the first double eagle (albatross)? It was called the “shot heard round the world.” Gene Sarazen.  Ron Becker was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

 

Previous Question: In the Masters, who was the last wire-to-wire champion with no ties in any round? Raymond Floyd.  Ron Young was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

 

Previous Question: Who was the youngest Masters winner?  Tiger Woods.  Thomas McDermott was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

 

Previous Question: Who was the oldest Masters winner?  Jack Nicklaus.  Jim Mack was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

 

Previous Question: During World War II, in support of the war effort, Augusta National was used for what?  Raising Cows and Turkeys. Fred Sander was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

 

Previous Question: Last weekend was the Farmer’s Insurance Open at Torrey Pines. What was on that land before it was a golf course? A military base.  Steve Spitler was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

 

Previous Question: In the Masters, who has the most consecutive starts?  Arnold Palmer.  Joe Kaczvinsky was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

 

Previous Question: In the Masters, who is the only multiple champion to win all his green jackets by more than 3 strokes?  Seve Ballesteros. Paul Steffen was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

 

Previous Question: Who was the oldest man to with the PGA?  Julius Boros.  Brian Johnson was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

 

Previous Question: Who was the first foreign born player to win the Masters?  Gary Player.  Ed Lear was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

 

Previous Question: Who was the first American born player to win The British Open?  Walter Hagen.  Susan Jones was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

 

Previous Question: Who was the first man to win the U.S. Open and the British Open in the same year?  Bobby Jones.  Bob Rigdon was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

 

Previous Question:  Who has the most PGA wins?  Sam Snead.  Lou Hudepohl was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

 

Previous Question:  Which member of the Golf Hall of Fame once hit four balls out of bounds on the same hole in 1961?  Arnold Palmer. Tom Ulrich was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

 

Previous Question:  What is the name of the bridge to the 12th hole at Augusta?  The Hogan Bridge.  Richard Newsom Jr. was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

 

Previous Question:  What did Tiger Woods shoot on his first nine holes as a professional in the Masters??  He shot 40 on the front nine in round 1 in 1997 (the first year he qualified in the tournament as a professional).   Ken Falhaber was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

 

Previous Question:  Which American has won the most British Opens?  Tom Watson.  Dave Fairbanks was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

 

Previous Question:  What golfer has won only 3 times on the PGA tour, and yet has won the US Open twice? Andy North  Jeff Evans was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

 

Previous Question:  Who was the first to shoot all four rounds under par in the U.S. Open?  Lee Trevino.  Larry Miller was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

 

Previous Question:  The first Ryder Cup took place in what year?  1927.  Janet Lieghty was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

 

Previous Question:  Which player on this year’s Ryder Cup team had the highest number of Fedex Cup points?  Jim Furyk.   Nathan Terrywas drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

 

Previous Question:  Who are the 3 rookies in this year’s Ryder Cup?  Patrick Reed, Jordan Spieth, and Jimmy Walker.  Tom Meagher was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

 

Previous Question:  Of the twelve 2014 current Ryder Cup Team, which player(s) have won more singles matches than they have lost?  Jim Furyk and Zach Johnson.  Brian Work was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

 

Previous Question:  The Ryder Cup is named after English businessman Samuel Ryder. What was the business that made Ryder wealthy and able to fund the trophy? A seed merchant.  Clarence Cordes was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

 

Previous Question: The 1989 Ryder Cup at the Belfry ended in a 14-14 tie and allowed the European team to retain the Cup. Which U.S. player took three swipes at his ball in the water hazard on the 18th hole before picking up his ball and promptly walking to his hotel room after losing his match 1-up?  Payne Stewart.  Matthew Kaiser was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

 

Previous Question: What tour pro has played in the most majors (regular tour) without ever winning one? Colin Montgomerie  Ken Boise was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

 

Previous Question: The last PGA tournament that was played as a “match play” event was played at a course in our area! Which one?  Miami Valley Golf Club. Matthew Kaiser was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

 

Previous Question: Who is the only player to win two PGA titles during the 1980’s?  Larry Nelson. Jason Schatzel was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

 

Previous Question: Which United States player is responsible for losing 16 matches in the Ryder Cup?  Raymond Floyd.  Freddy Garon was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

 

Previous Question: Which British Open Champion shot all 4 rounds in the 60’s?  Greg Norman.  Rob Schmid was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

 

Previous Question: Who was the youngest “Tom” to qualify for the British Open?  Young Tom Morris.  Dan Spiegel was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

 

Previous Question: Who was the first player to win the British Open and the US Open in the same year?  Bobby Jones. David Merrell was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: Before awarding the Claret Jug as the prize to the winner of the British Open, the prize was what?  A belt.  Carol Wilsonwas drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: Who won the most British Opens from the list?  Tom Watson.  Angela Johnson was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: Who was the oldest golfer to win the US Open?  Hale Irwin.  Craig Ennis was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

Previous Question: Who was the youngest golfer to win the US Open?  John McDermott.  Tee Schmid was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

Previous Question: What was the first publicly owned facility to host a US Open?  Bethpage Black.  Larry Turner was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

Previous Question: In what year was the first British Open live television broadcast by the BBC?  1955 (according to our trivia book).  Justin Fritz was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

Previous Question: Which teenager holed out for a birdie-3 on the 72nd hole in the 1998 British Open at Royal Birkdale and afterwards declared himself a professional?  Justin Rose.  Nelson Brett was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

Previous Question: At the TPC at Sawgrass, the original design for the 17th hole called for a what?   Small Pond.   Jimmy Coldiron was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.  He wins a round at Deer Track – one of our local courses with an “island green”.

Previous Question: At the TPC at Sawgrass, what is the record for the most balls in the water on hole #17 in one round?   Tony Gronefeldwas drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: The TPC at Sawgrass stadium has a capacity of how many?  36,000   Vicky Neal was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: The TPC at Sawgrass is a public course that you can play – true or false.  It’s TRUE. John Durkin was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: In the Masters, who has the lowest scoring average for players who have 100 rounds or more?  Fred Couples.  John Kerth was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: In the Masters, who has the most top 5 finishes?  Jack Nicklaus.  James Wilson was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: In the Masters, who holds the record for the lowest score, 66, by a player over 50 years old?  Ben Hogan and Fred Couples.  Rob Schmid was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: Who had a 6 shot lead going into the Master’s final round, and ended up losing by 5?  Greg Norman. Eric Busam was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: Who came up with the term, “Amen Corner” and in what year?  Herbert Warren Wind in 1958.  Here is the link if you want to read about it:  http://www.augusta.com/node/106   James Obert was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: Who was the first foreign born player to win The Masters? Gary Player.  Diane Young was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

 

Previous Question: What Master’s winner scored a 10 on the par 3 number 12? (not in the year he won).  Bubba Watson. Brian Fleming was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

 

Previous Question: What winner was the first to receive the “green jacket” at the Masters?  Hint: It was not the first winner.  Sam Snead in 1949.  Nick Shewman was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

 

Previous Question:  Who has the most “consecutive starts” in the Masters?  How many? Arnold Palmer, 50.  Jack Meyer was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

 

Previous Question:  What player lost 2 Master’s playoffs?  Ben Hogan. Josh Langdon was drawn as winner from all the correct entries.

 

Previous Question:  Who won The Masters on their first try?  Fuzzy Zoeller and Gene Sarazan  Brian Work was drawn as winner from all the correct entries.

 

Previous Question:  The pond left of the 11th green didn’t exist in the first Masters.  When did it appear? 1950.  Bill Hahnel was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

 

Previous Question:   In what year did the Ryder Cup start?  1927.  Ron Young was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

 

Previous Question:   What golfer lost three playoffs for the U.S. Open in the 1960’s? Arnold Palmer.  Dave Fairbanks was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

 

Previous Question:   Only one golfer has won a playoff in The Masters two times.  Who?  Nick Faldo.  Kevin O’connor was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

 

Previous Question: What local Cincinnati/N. Kentucky area course has a small cemetery near the 18th green? Lassing Pointe. Lee Kortz was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

 

Previous Question: What local Cincinnati area course has a par 5 for #16 and #18? Hickory Woods. George Edwards was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

 

Previous Question: Who was the first to shoot all four rounds under par in the U.S. Open? Lee Trevino. Brian Johnson was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

 

Previous Question: Who has the “all time most birdies in a row” in a tournament?  Mark Calcavecchia. Gary Back was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

 

Previous Question: Craig Stadler and Ben Crenshaw have each won only one major.  Which one?  The Masters.  Thomas Kopp was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

 

Previous Question: In what year was the first British Open held? 1860.  Bob Heys was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

 

Previous Question: In stroke play, a player accidentally steps on and moves his ball-marker. What is the penalty? One stroke.  Justin Fritzwas drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

 

Previous Question: Who was the first sitting President to serve as Honorary Chairman of the President’s Cup?  Bill Clinton.  Ed Lear was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

 

Previous Question: Who is the youngest player on the US Team at the President’s Cup?  Jordon Speith.  Ron Smith was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

 

Previous Question: Who was the only Senior PGA Tour player to win 3 of his first 4 events that he entered? Fred Couples.  Jim Daniels was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

 

Previous Question: Which player will not be playing in The President’s Cup in Columbus Oct 1-6? Adam Scott, Jason Day, Ernie Els or Luke Donald. Luke Donald.  Keith Marshall was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

 

Previous Question: Which player will not be playing in The President’s Cup in Columbus Oct 1-6? Tiger Woods, Steve Stricker, Jim Furyk, or

Phil Mickelson?  Jim Furyk.  Pixie Smith was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

 

Previous Question: How much total money is on the line during the 4 weeks of the Fedex Cup Playoffs?  $67,000,000.  Fred Sander was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

 

Previous Question: Which two players are shooting for their first Fedex Cup this year: Phil Mickelson, Steve Stricker, Jim Furyk or Brent Snedeker?  Mickelson and Stricker have not won beforeand are looking for their first Fedex Cup.  Dave Gleason was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

 

Previous Question: Just two players on the PGA TOUR have played in each event in the first six years of the FedExCup Playoffs (24 events overall). Who are they?  Steve Stricker and Hunter Mahan.  Linda Galle was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

 

Previous Question: If there is a tie in the PGA Championship, the playoff is not “sudden death”. How many holes are in the initial playoff?  Three holes.  Doug Tilton was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

 

Previous Question: Who won the PGA wire to wire two times? Raymond Floyd,  Marc Cohen was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

 

Previous Question: Who won the PGA on their first try? 7 players have done this – the most recent are Shaun Micheel and John Daly,  Mike Lasita was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

 

Previous Question: Jordon Spieth (age 19) won the John Deere Classic on Sunday, July 14th in a 5 hole playoff.  How long has it been since the last teenager won on the men’s pro tour? 82 years!.  Chuck Thompson was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

 

Previous Question: Who was the first man to win the U.S. Open and the British Open in the same year?  Bobby Jones.  Fred Sander was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

 

Previous Question: In the Men’s British Open, what is the record for the lowest 4 round total strokes, and by whom?  Greg Norman, 267 in 1993.  Joseph Combs was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

 

Previous Question: Which golf announcer will be playing in this year’s British Open? Nick Flado.  Tom McDermott was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: Who won consecutive British Opens in the 70’s?  Lee Trevino.  Dave Church was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: Which player won the first U.S. Open sudden-death playoff with a birdie?Hale Irwin.  Raymond Soh was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: Ernie Els was one of two players who finished runner-up to Tiger in the 2000 U.S. Open at Pebble Beach. Who was the other that finished 15 strokes back?  Miguel Angel Jimenez.  Chad Cunningham was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: Who is the only man to win the US Open in three different decades?  Jack Nicklaus. Steve Valmassoi was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: What US OPEN winner was honored and appeared on a United States Postage Stamp?  Francis Ouimet. Jay Switzer was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: In the US Open, this golfer won only once during the 1950’s, and he won in a playoff against Ben Hogan. Who was he? Jack Fleck.  Carol Summers was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: Who is the oldest player to win a major on the regular tour?  Julius Boros.  Michael Dean was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: There was only one time in U.S. Open history (prior to 2007) when the field could not shoot one round under par. What year did that happen?  1919 at Brae Burn, MA, won by Walter Hagen, +17.  Jack Smith was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: A local Cincinnati golf course just re-rated the handicaps on each hole, and now hole #1 is the #1 handicap hole.  Which course? (just think of the hardest first hole in the area).  Blue Ash.   Aaron Uribe was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: Who was the last golfer to make an ace on #12 during the masters?  Curtis Strange.  Mike Wainscott was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: What is the name of the 14 year old golfer who will become the youngest player in the 77-year history of the Masters when he tees off Thursday in the first round?   Tianlang Guan.   Bob Heys was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: Which of these golfers won the Masters the most times? Arnold Palmer, Sam Snead, Ben Hogan or Tom Watson?  Arnold Palmer 4 times.  Dutch Egbers, Fred Sander, and Tom Meyer were drawn as winners from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  In the Masters, who was the youngest second time winner?  Jack Nicklaus (Tiger Woods was the youngest winner, but Jack was the youngest 2nd time winner).   Larry Miller, Carol Summers, and Steve Zoller were drawn as winners from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  In the Masters, who was the last wire-to-wire champion with no ties in any round?  Raymond Floyd.  Dave Donnely, Armond Williams, and Brian Johnson were drawn as winners from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: Arnold Palmer and Tiger Woods have won the Masters 4 times.  Jack Nicklaus won 6 times. Which of the three won their 4th victory with the least number of attempts?  Arnold Palmer.  Jason House, Dave Fairbanks, and Chris DeBone were drawn as winners from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: Why did South African David Frost drop his drawers in plain sight during the 1994 Presidents Cup? He was stung by a wasp.  Joe Kaczvinsky, Jeff Evans and Brian Tiemeier were drawn as winners from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: During World War II, in support of the war effort, Augusta National was used for what? Raising cows and turkeys. Donn Henn, Jim Obert and Mark Greene were drawn as winners from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: What was the first major tournament to go to a sudden death playoff format? The PGA in 1977. Clarence Cordes, Justin Fritz and Sue Thompson were drawn as winners from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: During a 20 day span in 1971 who won three national titles, in succession, in three countries?  Lee Trevino. Aaron Uribe, Steve Shaw and Don Hoog were drawn as winners from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: Who was the first to top the $2 million mark, at any professional level, for one year? Hale Irwin, Arnold Palmer, Gary Player or Tom Watson?   Hale Irwin in 1997. Doug James, Jim Daniels, and Dale Veatch were drawn as winners from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: Which member of the Hall of Fame once hit four balls out of bounds on the same hole in 1961? Arnold Palmer.  Beverly Cook, Ron Heidkamp, and Mickey Boyd were drawn as winners from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: Who never won the Masters? Billy Casper, Charles Coody, Lee Trevino or Craig Wood?  Lee Trevino.  Kristen Mueller, Patricia Young, and Chris Lindy were drawn as winners from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: What  was the first year for the “Green Jacket” at the Masters?  1949.  Daniel Bach, Alan Johnson, and Jim MacFarland were drawn as winners from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: Who won the first sudden death playoff in the Masters?  Fuzzy Zoeller.  Paul Steffen, Carol Summers, and Rick Klingenbeck were drawn as winners from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Who was the oldest golfer to win 2 majors in the same year on the regular PGA tour?  Mark O’Meara   Lynn Egan, Dave Seibert and Aaron Bunker were drawn as winners from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  In what year did the Ryder Cup start?  1927.   Alan Johnson, Lynn Coldiron and Rob Cooper were drawn as winners from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  What course has a coupon in the 2013 CinciGolf.com Coupon Book for a Free Round Of Golf, without buying one at the regular price?  Taylor Glen on page 225.   Fred Contant, Tom Gutekunst, and Rob Schmid were drawn as winners from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Who was the first man to make $1,000,000 on the PGA Tour during his career?  Arnold Palmer.   Larry Turner was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Of all the players to ever win a Major, alphabetically who comes first?  Tommy Aaron.  Ken Williams was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:   Name a course on the CinciGolf.com home page that has a cemetery on hole number eighteen? There are at least 2 – Lassing Pointe, Indian Ridge.  Earl Essert was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

Previous Question: Who holds the PGA tour record for most career wins?  Sam Snead with 82.  Theodore Egan was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

Previous Question:  What American has won the most British Opens?  Tom Watson (5 times),  Rob Mueller was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Who has the most “consecutive starts” in the Masters?  How many? Arnold Palmer, 50.  Pixie Smith was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  What senior golfer (over 50) shot a 66 in one of his Master’s Rounds? (lowest 18 hole round by a senior)  Ben Hogan in 1967 or Fred Couples in 2010. Larry Miller was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: What winner was the first to receive the “green jacket” at the Masters?  Hint: It was not the first winner.  Sam Snead in 1949.  Jim Wilson was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: Who was the first foreign born player to win The Masters? Gary Player.  Tom Camacho was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Who was the first man to win the U.S. Open and the British Open in the same year?  Bobby Jones. Ed Horstman was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  What golfer has won the US Open twice at the same course?  What course?  Jack Nicklaus at Baltusrol.  Dennis Jonassen was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: Who has played on the most Ryder Cup teams? Arnold Palmer, Nick Faldo, or Walter Hagen?  Nick Faldo.  Don Campbellwas drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: Only three players have qualified for every Fedex Cup Tour Championship.  Two are Phil Mickelson and Steve Stricker. Who is the third? Hunter Mahan.  Charles Day was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: Which U.S. player went from Q-school to the Ryder Cup in one year?  Brett Wetterich.  Chuck Hain was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: Valhalla GC hosted the 37th Ryder Cup in September 2008. The course, built in 1986, was designed by which former Ryder Cupper? Jack Nicklaus.  Justin Fritz was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: Which Ryder Cup tandem has won the most matches?  Seve Ballesteros – Jose Maria Olazabal.  Lee Sheppard was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: Which European has played in at least five Ryder Cups without ever losing in singles?  Colin MOntgomery.  Garry Melishwas drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: Who was the youngest player to ever compete in the Ryder Cup? Sergio Garcia.  Mike Sigmon was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: Greg Norman is the only player to lose all four stroke-play majors in a playoff. Who beat him in extra holes at the PGA Championship?   Paul Azinger.  Jim Daniels was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: The last PGA championship with “match play” took place in Ohio (pretty close).  Which course/city?  Miami Valley Golf Club in Dayton.  Bob Cregge was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: Which Presidents Cup player earned several new nicknames after falling into the lake on the14th hole while attempting a shot? Woody Austin.  Bob Brunner was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: Who was the only player in PGA history to win a PGA event the week prior to the British Open?  Lee Trevino.  Sandra Sandlin was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: Who was the only British Open champion at Turnberry who failed to break par all four rounds?  So Sorry!!! I reused a question I had used in the past, and I could see from the responses that it was a bad question.  “Nobody” is actually the correct answer.  Anyone who submitted an answer will get a free round of golf in the mail – watch for it within a week.

Previous Question:  Who was the last player to win “The PGA” tournament with a score that was over par?  Dave Stockton.  Lee Kortz was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  What Australian won three consecutive British Opens?  Peter Thomson.  Nelson Brett was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Who was the lucky winner of the 1972 British Open who utilized a combination of long putts, three chip-ins, and a thinned bunker shot that hit the flagstick and then dropped in the hole?  Lee Trevino.  Dave Siebert was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

Previous Question:  Who made the best comeback to win the US Open in the final round?  Arnold Palmer.  Larry Turner was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

Previous Question:  Who was the last US Open champion that did not return to defend the title?  Payne Stewart  . Brett Mueller was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

Previous Question:  Who finished 2nd the most times in the US Open?  Phil Mickelson – 5 times. Jim Obert was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

Previous Question:  Who won the most U.S. Opens?   Hale Irwin (3 wins). Craig Ennis was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

Previous Question:  Who was the last golfer to have consecutive victories at the U.S. Open?   Curtis Strange. Rich Young was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

Previous Question:  What famous golfer finished 2nd in the US Open as an amateur?  Jack Nicklaus finished 2nd to Arnold Palmer in 1960.Jim Stemann was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

Previous Question: Who was the first player to win the British Open and the US Open in the same year?   Bobby Jones in 1926.  Ken Hudsonwas drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

Previous Question:  Who was the last player to win back to back victories in the US Open?  Curtis Strange  Jerry Cleeter was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Who was the first man to win both the U.S. Open and the U.S. Senior Open?  Arnold Palmer  Craig Cowles was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.  

Previous Question: What golfer lost three playoffs for the U.S. Open in the 1960’s?  Arnold Palmer.  Ken Boise was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

Previous Question:  In the Masters, who has made the most starts without ever winning?  Tom Kite or Gene Littler with 26 starts.  Freddy Garon was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Who was the last first round leader that won the Masters?  Trevor Immelman.  Vicky Neal was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  What is the name of the bridge to the 12th hole at Augusta?   The Hogan Bridge.  Sue Thompson was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: What was the lowest 18 hole round ever at the Masters?  By who?  63; Nick Price, Greg Norman.  Larry Miller was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: Who was the oldest Master’s winner?  Jack Nicklaus.  Rick Iddings was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: What winner/year was the first to receive the “green jacket” at the Masters?  Hint: It was not the first winner.  Sam Snead in 1949.  Jim Obert was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Which of these players has NOT won the Masters three or more times?  Gary Player, Nick Faldo, Tiger Woods, or Tom Watson?  Tom Watson.   Rob Combs was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Of all the players who have played 100 rounds or more in the Masters, who has the lowest average of 71.94?  Fred Couples  Tamera Egan was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  What Master’s winner was also defeated in two Masters’ playoffs?   Ben Hogan (lost playoffs in 1942, 1954. Won in 1951, 1953).  Dennis Jonassen was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  What senior golfer (over 50) shot a 66 in one of his Master’s Rounds? (lowest 18 hole round by a senior)  Ben Hogan in 1967 at age 54 or Fred Couples in 2010 at age 50. Rob Schmid was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Craig Stadler and Ben Crenshaw have each won only one major.  Which one?  The Masters.  Rick Buswald was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:   Only one golfer has won a playoff in The Masters two times.  Who?  Nick Faldo.  Paul Steffen was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

Previous Question:   Who am I?  A three time Masters champ, I appeared on the cover of Golf Magazine’s first issue in April 1959. Sam Snead. Ken Falhaber was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:   What US OPEN winner was honored and appeared on a United States Postage Stamp?  Bobby Jones or Francis Ouimet.  Gary Grimes was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

Previous Question:  What player had the most birdies playing in the Masters (one tournament)?  Phil Mickelson 25.  Mike Wainscott was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Who was the first man to shoot four sub-70 rounds at the same U.S. Open?  Lee Trevino.  Tom Kettler was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  What golfer has won the US Open twice at the same course?  What course?  Jack Nicklaus at Baltusrol.  Jim Mack was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: When Harmon Golf Course in Lebanon, Ohio was built in the early 1900’s, how many holes did it have?  5   Vicki Neal was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

Previous Question: What’s the penalty in stroke play for having an extra club?   Two strokes for each hole at which any breach occurred; maximum penalty per round is four strokes.  Mark Mueller was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

Previous Question: Before the invention of wooden tees, what did golfers use to tee up the ball?  A mound of sand.   Gary Grimes was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: Who was the first foreign born golfer to win the Masters?  Gary Player.   Justin Weisenauer was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: What golfer never won the Masters, but finished second four times?  Tom Weiskopf.   Frank Trainor was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: Who was the first man to win both the U.S. Open and the U.S. Senior Open?  Arnold Palmer.    Timothy Egan was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: What current foreign born PGA tour player has the most tour victories?  VJ Singh.    Don Hoog was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: What 1965 U.S. Open Champion donated his entire first place check to charity?  Gary Player.    Theodore Egan and Tom Bradford were drawn as winners from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: Who has the most “consecutive starts” in the Masters?  How many?  Arnold Palmer, 50.    Jeanette Dole, Audrey Bumpus and Terry Burge were drawn as winners from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: In the Men’s U.S. Open, who finished in the top 10 the most times?  Jack Nicklaus.  Nelson Brett, Rocky Zeiser and Ken Williams were drawn as winners from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: In what year was the Men’s U.S. Open first televised nationally? 1954.  Doug James and Jim Dole were drawn as winners from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Who was the oldest man to make the cut in the US Open (& what year)? Sam Snead age 61 in 1973.  Dave Schablein, Don Campbell, and Jack Smith were drawn as winners from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  The BMW Championship used to be called the ??? Open.  The Western Open.  Larry Miller was drawn as winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Of the players who are currently in the top 10 in Fedex Cup points, who has the most top 10 finishes for 2011?  Luke Donald.  Nick Glaub was drawn as winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  When entering the PGA Tour Playoffs, which player has been ranked inside the top 5 – three of the first four years of the playoffs?  Steve Stricker.  Justin Fritz was drawn as winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Who won the first Fedex Cup? Tiger Woods. Mark Dole was drawn as winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Who is the oldest player to win a PGA Major? Julius Boros. Brian Miller was drawn as winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Name the PGA past winner from the 1980’s that will be playing in this year’s tournament.  Larry Nelson. Dan Long was drawn as winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  The PGA Championship was born in the mind of Rodman Wanamaker who was a…  Department Store Owner.  Mike Stewart was drawn as winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Who was the first American to win the PGA Championship?  Walter Hagen. Marcus Stangl was drawn as winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Who holds the PGA tour record for most career wins?   Sam Snead. Gary Grimes was drawn as winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Who was the first man to win the U.S. Open and the British Open in the same year?  Bobby Jones. Justin Weisenauerwas drawn as winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Who was the last amateur to win a PGA event?  Phil Mickelson. Greg Nerl was drawn as winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Who was the first player to win the British Open and the US Open in the same year?  Bobby Jones. Craig Cowles was drawn as winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Craig Stadler and Ben Crenshaw have each won only one major.  Which one?  The Masters.  George Vogel was drawn as winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  In what year did Phil Mickelson collapse in the final round of the US Open?  2006.  Dov Corday was drawn as winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  The first double eagle in a U.S. Open was scored by whom?  T.C. Chen.   Jeff Schwiers was drawn as winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Ernie Els was one of two players who finished runner-up to Tiger in the 2000 U.S. Open at Pebble Beach.  Who was the other that finished 15 strokes back?  Miguel Angel Jimenez.    Matt Boyd was drawn as winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Tiger went wire-to-wire in the 2000 U.S. Open at Pebble Beach to win by 15 strokes. Who did not go wire-to-wire in his victory prior to 2000?  Jack Nicklaus.    Craig Cowles was drawn as winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Who birdied the last two holes to defeat Isao Aoki and win a U.S. Open at age 39?  Jack Nicklaus.   Ken Hudson was drawn as winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Who withdrew from the 1988 U.S. Open after hitting a rock and tearing the ulna lateral ligament in his left wrist?   Greg Norman.   Jim Dole was drawn as winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  What was the first British Open live television broadcast by the BBC?  1955 at St. Andrews.  Chuck Hain was drawn as winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Which of these golfers (Casper, Palmer, Faldo, Coles) has played in the most Ryder Cup matches? Nick Faldo. Jim Daniels was drawn as winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Which of these players competed in the least number of Ryder Cup matches?  Jack Nicklaus. Kevin Romard was drawn as winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  As of 2007, who among these four golfers has the most withdraws from the Masters?  Gene Sarazan. Ken Falhaber Jr.was drawn as winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  The pond left of the 11th green didn’t exist in the first Masters.  When did it appear?  1950.  Bruce Scheib was drawn as winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  What did Tiger Woods shoot on his first nine holes as a professional in the Masters?  40.  Freddy Garon was drawn as winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Which former U.S. Open champion has never been a member of Augusta National? Ben Hogan. Frank Trainor was drawn as winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  In what year was the Masters champion first awarded a green jacket? 1949. Eric Busam was drawn as winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Who won The Masters on their first try?  Fuzzy Zoeller and Gene Sarazan  Asayo Egan was drawn as winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  When Tiger played in his first Masters as a professional, how many records did he break or tie?  My trivia book said 24 – broke 18 and tied 6.  Mike Wainscott was drawn as winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Which golfer won the Masters Par-3 Contest twice, both as an amateur and a professional? Jay Haas.  Chris DeBonewas drawn as winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Who predicted two weeks prior to the Masters that he would win the event and what his score would be?  Doug Ford in 1957 with a score of 283.  Tamara Egan was drawn as winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Greg Norman held the World No. 1 spot at the beginning and end of 1997.  Three other golfers held the number one spot for the 12 weeks during the year Norman was not No. 1?  Who were the three players?  Els, Lehman, Woods.  Brett Mueller was drawn as winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Who was the only Senior PGA Tour player to win 3 of his first 4 events that he entered?  Fred Couples.   Eric Busam was drawn as winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  How many holes were on the original Prestwick Golf Club layout for the first event there that would later be known as the British Open? 12 holes.   David Blankenship was drawn as winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Why did South African David Frost drop his drawers in plain sight during the 1994 Presidents Cup?  He was stung by a wasp.   Andy LaCombe was drawn as winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Who took 12 strokes on one green from three feet away during the 1968 French Open?  Brian Barnes.  Lynn Coldironwas drawn as winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Who was the first to shoot all four rounds under par in the U.S. Open? Lee Trevino.  Mary Ann Schlensker was drawn as winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  The Ryder cup is named after an English businessman, Samuel Ryder. When he died, what was buried with him? His favorite five-iron. Doug Tilton was drawn as winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Who was the first to top the $2 million mark, at any professional level, for one year?  Hale Irwin.  Randy Howelett was drawn as winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Which member of the Hall of Fame once hit four balls out of bounds on the same hole in 1961? Arnold Palmer.  Tom Kettler was drawn as winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Who never won the Masters?   Lee Trevino.  Jeff Schwiers was drawn as winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  During a 20 day span in 1971, who won three national titles, in succession, in three countries? Lee Trevino.  Gary Sidebottom was drawn as winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  What was the first major tournament to go to a sudden death playoff format?  The PGA in 1977.  Don Campbell was drawn as winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Who were the captains for the inaugural Presidents Cup?  Hale Irwin and David Graham.  Jack Smith was drawn as winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Who was the first sitting President to serve as Honorary Chairman of the Presidents Cup? Bill Clinton.  Brion Howelettwas drawn as winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Which LPGA player won Player of the Year, the Vare Trophy and Rookie of the Year during the same year?  Nancy Lopez in 1978.  Toshio Ohara was drawn as winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Who was the oldest U.S. golfer to play on a Ryder Cup team? Raymond Floyd.  Asayo Egan was drawn as winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  The 1989 Ryder Cup at the Belfry ended in a 14-14 tie and allowed the European team to retain the Cup. Which U.S. player took three swipes at his ball in the water hazard on the 18th hole before picking up his ball and promptly walking to his hotel room after losing his match 1-up?  Payne Stewart.  Michael Bumpus was drawn as winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Which United States player is responsible for losing 16 matches in the Ryder Cup?  Raymond Floyd.  Larry Stonekingwas drawn as winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Which famous distillery sponsored not only the European Ryder Cup team, but also Jim Furyk for a time? Johnny Walker. Jeanette Dole was drawn as winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  During the 1987 Ryder Cup singles matches, which U.S. player broke his putter in anger early in his match, then lost the match after trying to putt with a wedge and a 1-iron? Ben Crenshaw.  Mark Kubala, Jake Kagey and James Obert were drawn as winners from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  When things looked bleak for the United States at the 1999 Ryder Cup, Ben Crenshaw said, “We need some mojo,” and hugged whom for luck?  George Bush.  Doug James, Lenn Mayborg and Gary Back were drawn as winners from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Which of these U.S. players, playing in at least three Ryder Cups, has an undefeated record of 6-0-0?  Jimmy Demaret. Doug Tilton, Doug Zecher, and Stephen Anderson, were drawn as winners from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  As of 2007, who was the last man to win both the PGA Championship and the Senior PGA Championship?  Ray Floyd. Toshio Ohara, Bob Huber and Nelson Brett were drawn as winners from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  The Wanamaker Trophy presented to the PGA Championship winner is enormous. How much does it weigh?  27 pounds. Don Campbell, Cleo Bumpus and Lindsey Price were drawn as winners from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: . Who won the first sudden-death playoff in PGA Championship history?  Lanny Wadkins  Jim Geil, Mickey Boyd, Roy Egan, Larry Miller and Ken Boise were drawn as winners from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: What British Open venue has a hole named for Bobby Jones?  St. Andrews #10.  Rick Wessels, STeve Ruehl and Nelson Brett were drawn as winners from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: Who was the lucky winner of the 1972 British Open who utilized a combination of long putts, three chip-ins, and a thinned bunker shot that hit the flagstick and then dropped in the hole?  Lee Trevino.  Kevin Pierce, Mary Greene and Brian Hill were drawn as winners from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: As of 2007, who was the last U.K. player to win the British Open? Paul Lawrie.  Dan Long was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: Which teenager holed out for a birdie 3 on the 72nd hole in the 1998 British Open at Royal Birkdale and afterwards declared himself a professional?  Justin Rose.  Don Henn was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: Prior to 2007, who was the youngest player to qualify for the British Open?  Young Tom Morris.  Mark Dole was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: Who replaced the deceased Payne Stewart in the traditional winner paring in the 2000 U.S. Open?  Jack Nicklaus.    Brett Mueller was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: There was only one time in U.S. Open history (prior to 2007) when the field could not shoot one round under par. What year did that happen?  1919 at Brae Burn, MA, won by Walter Hagen, +17.  Don Campbell was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Tiger won the 2000 U.S. Open at Pebble Beach by 15 strokes. Whose record did he break?  Willie Smith   Bob Creggewas drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  During World War II, in support of the war effort, Augusta National was used for…   Raising cows and turkeys.  Scott Trenkamp was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Which golfer won the Masters Par-3 Contest twice, both as an amateur and a professional?  Jay Haas. Jack Smith was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  What was the first major tournament to go to a sudden death playoff format?  The PGA Championship in 1977. Bob Cregge was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  The first double eagle in a U.S. Open was scored by whom?  TC Chen. Doug James was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  During a 20 day span in 1971, who won three national titles, in succession, in three countries?  Lee Trevino.  Tanner Dole & George Edwards were drawn as winners from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Who was the first player to top the $2 million mark, at any level, for one year?  Hale Irwin. Note: Hale Irwin and Tiger Woods both exceeded the $2 million figure in 1997. Hale earned $2,343,364 for the 1997 year while Tiger earned $2,066,833. Hale crossed the $2 million mark at the Vantage Championship on October 5, with a figure of $2,003,864. Tiger crossed the $2 million mark at the Tour Championship almost a month later on November 2, with a figure of $2,066,833 when he won $97,000 in a T-12 finish.   Brett Mueller was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Who never won the Masters? Lee Trevino.  Kieth Fancher was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Who predicted two weeks prior to the Masters that he would win the event and what his score would be? Doug Ford in 1957 with a score of 283.  Jim Daniels was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Who was the last “first year player” to shoot par or better in all four rounds of the Masters?  Adam Scott.  Eric Staub was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Which left-hander has made the most Masters starts?  Bob Charles.  Wayde Tapp  was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Who played the most rounds (164) in Masters history?  Gary Player.  Jeanette Dole  was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Who was the oldest man to make the cut in the Masters (as of 2007)?  Tommy Aaron.  Mark Mueller  was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Which player completed their career Grand Slam at the Masters?  Gene Sarazen.   Emily Hampton was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  In the Masters, who has made the most appearances without winning?? Tom Kite.   Clarence Cordes was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  In the Masters, who is the only multiple champion to win all his green jackets by more than 3 strokes?  Seve Ballesteros.   Mike Fay was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  In the Masters, who holds the record for the lowest score, 66, by a player over 50 years old?  Ben Hogan.   Larry Millerwas drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  In the Masters, who was the last wire-to-wire champion with no ties in any round? Raymond Floyd.   Dean Poole was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  In the Masters, who holds the record for  “most rounds led”?  Arnold Palmer.   Tom Griffin was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Which of the following players belongs with Arnold Palmer, Phil Mickelson, and Mark O’Meara as golfers who have won the Masters by one stroke with a birdie on the 72nd hole??  Sandy Lyle  Tom McDermott was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Which amateur holds the record for lowest round in his first 18 holes at Augusta?  Jodie Mudd.  Denny Johnson was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Jack Nicklaus set a record after making 24 eagles in his Masters career.  Who is second to him??  Ray Floyd.  Jeanette Dole was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  What year was The Masters first televised in color? 1966 or 1967 (Our golf trivia book and Masters.org have different answers).  Donald Campbell was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  In the US Open, name the player who has been granted the most exemptions. Jack Nicklaus.  Jim Wilson was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  In the US Open, this golfer won only once during the 1950’s, and he won in a playoff against Ben Hogan. Who was he?  Jack Fleck.  Derek Doerger was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Of all the players to ever win a Major, alphabetically who comes first? Tommie Aaron.  Mark Mueller was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Who are the only two U.S. Open winners to have also won the U.S. Junior Amateur title? Johnny Miller and Tiger Woods. Ron Schmid was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: Who is the only player to win two PGA titles during the 1980’s? Larry Nelson.  Dan Long was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: Who is the only man to win the US Open in three different decades?  Jack Nicklaus.  Mike Wainscott was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: Which US President, who had been president of Princeton University, played golf at least once a week? Woodrow Wilson. Kevin O’Connor was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: Which US President presided over the First President’s Cup?  Former president Gerald Ford.  Jim Steman was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: The first “President’s Cup” was held in what year? 1994.  LJ Kortz was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: How much money will the 2009 Fedex Cup winner win?  $10,000,000.  Jim MacFarland, Tom Mayes, Michael Bumpus, Craig Cowles, and Mark Dole were drawn as winners from all the correct entries

Previous Question: How did Fuzzy Zoeller get the nickname Fuzzy?  His name is Frank Urban Zoeller – hence the nickname Fuzzy.   Doug Tilton,  John White, Art Matthews, Brett Mueller and Bob Sears were drawn as winners from all the correct entries

Previous Question: What golf course has the famous “road hole” as its seventeenth?  St. Andrews.  Pete Bombik, Mark Kubala, Robert Neal, Harry Zeiser, and AJ Jackson were drawn as winners from all the correct entries

Previous Question: Who was the first golfer to make a million dollars on the PGA Tour during his career?  Arnold Palmer.  Jay Switzer was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: At what age did Arnold Palmer win his last PGA event?  43.  Nathan Hyberger was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: What four events comprised the “Grand Slam” when Bobby Jones won it?  U.S. Open, U.S. Amateur, British Open and British Amateur.   Kody Kathman was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: Who won the PGA on their first try?  John Daly.  Greg DeSalvo was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: In what year did they change the PGA Championship from match play to stroke play?  1958.  Don Campbell was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: Who was the oldest man to win the PGA Championship?  Julius Boros.  Jason Kaske was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: In what year was the PGA of America Founded? 1916.  Rick Iddings was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: Who was the only British Open champion at Turnberry who failed to break par all four rounds?  Greg Norman.  Bob Searswas drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: Who won consecutive British Opens in the 70’s?   Lee Trevino.  Kevin O’connor was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: At what course were the first 12 British Opens held?  Prestwick.  Chuck Hain was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: What record did Phil Mickelson set in this year’s US Open?  Most 2nd place finishes in US Open history.  Steven Widenerwas drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: In what year did the US Open go from a three day tournament to a 4 day tournament?  1965.   Rob Mueller was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: Who won the US Open twice at the same course? Which course? Jack Nicklaus 1967 & 1980 @ Baltusrol Golf Club or Willie Anderson in 1901 and 1905 at the Myopia Hunt Club.  John Stange was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Name the first US President to have a public golf course named after him?  Denny Johnson was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: What USA president was a member of Augusta National?  Dwight Eisenhower.  Ron Adair was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: Which 2 majors did Bobby Jones not win?  The PGA Championship and The Masters.  Dan Long was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: In 1945, these three golfers won 29 of 35 events.  Who were they? Ben Hogan, Sam Snead, Byron Nelson.  Martin Baldwin was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Who was the oldest Master’s winner? Jack Nicklaus.  Brett Mueller was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Who was the last player to win in their first Master’s appearance? Fuzzy Zoeller.  Kyle Dunn was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Who has made the most appearances in Masters history?  Gary Player.  James Frisby was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: Who won the first sudden death playoff in the Masters?  Fuzzy Zoeller.  Freddy Garon was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

 

Previous Question: What player lost two Masters playoffs?  Ben Hogan.  Jerry McDaniel was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

 

Previous Question: Who was the first foreign born player to win the Masters?  Gary Player.  Matt Van Skaik was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

 

Previous Question: Most people agree that the most famous golf shot at the Masters was the 4 wood hit on the 15th hole in the last round of the 1935 Masters.  Who was he?  Gene Sarazen.  Chad Lehew was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

 

Previous Question: What is the diameter of the golf hole?  4¼”   Kevin Knollman was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

 

Previous Question: Who was the first American born player to win The British Open?  Walter Hagen.   Gary Grimes was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

 

Previous Question: Who was the first South African to win The British Open?  Bobby Locke.  Nick Gray was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

 

Previous Question: What winner was the first to receive the “green jacket” at the Masters?  Hint: It was not the first winner.  Sam Snead in 1949.  Greg Nerl was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

 

Previous Question: Of all the players to ever win a Major, alphabetically who is last?  Fuzzy Zoeller  Mike Stewart was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

 

Previous Question:  The first golf course in the Soviet Union was built in what year?  1988.   Tom Sheehan was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

 

Previous Question:  Only one man has won more than five PGA events in a year during the 1980’s.  Name him.  Tom Watson.   Mary Ann Schlensker was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

 

Previous Question:  Who was the first man to make $1,000,000 on the PGA Tour during his career?  Arnold Palmer.   Sonia Riffle was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

 

Previous Question:  Twenty seven years after winning a tournament event, this player won the same tournament.  Name him. Sam Snead.  Ralph Bradburn was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

 

Previous Question:  Craig Stadler and Ben Crenshaw have each won only one major.  Which one?  The Masters.  Ken Brauch was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

 

Previous Question:  In the old days… what was a Mashie Niblick?  Equivalent to a current 7 iron.  Dan Long was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

 

Previous Question:  What American finished highest in this year’s Fedex Cup?  Anthony Kim  Dan Pickering was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Who was the youngest player to ever compete  in the Ryder Cup?   Sergio Garcia,19 years 258days in 1999.  Lou Hudepohl was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: What American golfer was the captain the most times in the Ryder Cup?  Walter Hagen.  Justin Weisenauer was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: What American golfer has played the most matches in the Ryder Cup?   Billy Casper.  David Tenbosch was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: What golfer has played the most matches in the Ryder Cup?  Nick Faldo.  Don Henn was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: In what year did the Ryder Cup start? 1927  Gary Steiner was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: Who was the first foreign born player to win The Masters? Gary Player.  Ken Horn was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: What is the oldest event on the PGA Tour?  The British Open.  Bill Boggs was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question: Who was the first American to win the PGA Championship?  Walter Hagen  Doug Zecher was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  What former US President, who had been president of Princeton University, played golf at least once a week?  Woodrow Wilson.  John White was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Who was the oldest man to lead a professional Major after 54 holes (not a senior major)?  Greg Norman.  Ralph Bradburn was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Who was the first man to win the U.S. Open and the British Open in the same year?  Bobby Jones. Bob Larbes was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  In what year was the first British Open Held?  1860.  Joe Stacey was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  In the British Open in 1983, this American missed a three inch putt and eventually lost the Open by one stroke.  Who was it?  Hale Irwin  Dave Siebert was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  What American has won the most British Opens?  Tom Watson (5 times),  James Wilson was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  At what course were the first 12 British Opens held?  Prestwick.  Paul Taulbee was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  What player has the record for the most consecutive US Open 72 holes completed?  22 Rounds, by Walter Hagan, Gene Sarazen and Gary Player.  Greg Nerl was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  What 2 players have won both the US Open and the US Junior Amateur?  Tiger Woods and Johnny Miller.  Kevin Romard was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Who was the last player to win back to back victories in the US Open?  Curtis Strange  Chuck Nordstrom was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  What player had a double eagle at the US OPEN in the 1980’s?  T.C. Chen   Jack Weston was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Who was the youngest man ever to win the U.S. Open?   John  McDermott in 1911, age 19.  Daniel Anderson was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Who was the first man to shoot four sub-70 rounds at the same U.S. Open?  Lee Trevino.  Mark Kubala was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  The King of what country banned golf in 1457.  King James II of Scotland  Joey Whitford was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Prior to Trevor Immelman, who was the last first round leader that won the Masters?  Ben Crenshaw  Rob Schmid was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  What is the name of the bridge to the 12th hole at Augusta?   The Hogan Bridge.  Kevin Mays was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  What was the lowest 72 hole score in the history of the Masters?  270 by Tiger Woods in 1997.  Michael Willenborg was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

 

Previous Question:  What player has won 2 playoffs in the Masters?  Nick Faldo.  Jack Smith was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

 

Previous Question:  What foreign player has the lowest 72 hole total score in the Masters?  Seve Ballesteros in 1985.  Otis Holdcraft was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

 

Previous Question:  What senior golfer (over 50) shot a 66 in one of his Master’s Rounds? (lowest 18 hole round by a senior)  Ben Hogan in 1967 at age 54. Jim Nilson was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

 

Previous Question:  What current PGA tour player, who was born in the 1960’s, has the most tour victories?  Vijay Singh 31.  Hugh McKinnon was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  What player had the most birdies playing in the Masters (one tournament)?  Phil Mickelson 25.  Mike Able was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  What current foreign born PGA tour player has the most tour victories?  Vijay Singh.  Seth Dorn was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Who has the most “consecutive starts” in the Masters?  How many? Arnold Palmer, 50.  Dan Anderson was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Who had the best 72 hole score in a PGA event?  What was the score?  Tommy Armour III, 254.  Bill Steele was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

 

Previous Question:  From 1960 to 1968, only two players led the PGA in scoring.  Who were they?  Arnold Palmer and Billy Casper.  Jeff Bachmann was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

 

Previous Question:  What golfer has won the US Open twice at the same course?  What course?  Jack Nicklaus at Baltusrol.  Richard Newsom was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  What golfer has won only 3 times on the PGA tour and yet has won the US Open twice?  Hint – once in the 70’s and once in the 80’s.   Andy North.  J.R. Wilson was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  What Australian won three consecutive British Opens?  Peter Thomson.  Joe Stacey was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

 

Previous Question:  What golfer never won the Masters, but finished second four times?  Tom Weiskopf.  Ron Smith was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

 

Previous Question:  Which state in the U.S. has the fewest golf courses?  Alaska.  Jeff Pfeiffer was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

 

Previous Question:  Of all the players to ever win a Major, alphabetically who comes first?  Tommy Aaron.  Tom Moeller was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Johnny Miller won one professional major.  Which one?  NOTE:  Our trivia book was wrong!  Johnny Miller won two majors.  The US Open in 1973 and the British Open in 1976.  Many of you caught this error.  Sam Whitehead was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  Who was the oldest winner of the British Open? (not the Senior British Open)  Doug Tilton was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.

Previous Question:  T.C. Chen was born in what country? Taiwan  Paul Templeman was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.  

Previous Question:  Who fell in the water in this year’s President’s Cup?  Woody Austin  Nelson Brett was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.  

Previous Question:  What Oscar winning actor played in the 1950 British Amateur Tournament?  Bing Crosby   Harvey Stansell was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.  

Previous Question:  What 1965 U.S. Open Champion donated his entire first place check to charity? Gary Player  Hugh McKinnon was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.  

Previous Question:  Who was the first man to win both the U.S. Open and the U.S. Senior Open?  Arnold Palmer  Tom Sheehan was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.  

Previous Question: Who am I?  From 1971 – 1973 I won three consecutive NCAA Division 1 titles, and later won a major.  Ben Crenshaw.  Ken Hudson was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries.  

Previous Question: What’s the penalty in stroke play for having an extra club?   Two strokes for each hole at which any breach occurred; maximum penalty per round is four strokes.  Seth Dorn was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

Previous Question: Who was the last amateur to win a PGA event?  Phil Mickelson, 1991 Tucson Open.  Dan Long was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

Previous Question: What actor who has a PGA Tour Event named after him authored Confessions of a Hooker?  Bob Hope

Greg Ourednik was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

Previous Question: The PGA Championship will take place Aug 9-12. Who was the last back-to-back winner before Tiger Woods did in in 2000?  Denny Shute in 1936 & 1937.  Brett Mueller was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

Previous Question: When the Carnoustie Golf Club was originally built in 1846, how many holes did it have?  10.  Harvey Stansell was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

 

Previous Question: In the Men’s British Open, what is the record for the lowest 4 round total strokes, and by whom?  Greg Norman, 267 in 1993.  Mark Barsman was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

 

Previous Question: In Who won the first PGA event with a colored ball?  Wayne Levi use an optic orange ball in the 1982 Hawaiian Open. Norb Veldhaus was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

 

Previous Question: In 1945, three golfers won 29 out of 35 events on the PGA tour.  Name all three.  Byron Nelson (18), Sam Snead (6), and Ben Hogan (5).   Brett Mueller was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

Previous Question:  If you accidentally strike the ball during a practice swing, what happens according to the rules of golf? Answer depends upon the location of the ball.  If the ball is concealed in the rough …. no penalty because the player had no intention of playing the concealed ball. (Rule 7-2/7)  If on the teeing ground …. no penalty because the ball was not in play. (Rule 18-2a/19)  Other times …. no penalty because the player had no intention of playing the ball, however, there is a penalty of 1 stroke for moving the ball. The ball must be replaced at the original spot. (Rule 18-2a/20)  Jack Smith was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

Previous Question:  In the Men’s U.S. Open, who finished in the top 10 the most times?  Jack Nicklaus.  Ken Brauch was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

Previous Question: Who was the first player to win the British Open and the US Open in the same year?   Bobby Jones in 1926.  Gary Grimes was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

Previous Question: What golfer lost three playoffs for the U.S. Open in the 1960’s?  Arnold Palmer.  Steve Durkin was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

Previous Question: Who holds the PGA tour record for most career wins?  Sam Snead with 82.  Mark Strotman was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

Previous Question: Who was the only golfer who won the U.S. Open and the British Open in the same year during the 1970’s.  Lee Trevino in 1971.   David Dziech was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

 

Previous Question: Who was the oldest man to make the cut in the US Open (& what year)?  Sam Snead, 1973, age 61.   Ben Kennedy was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

 

Previous Question: In what year was the Men’s U.S. Open first televised nationally?  1954.  Tim Peppard was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

 

Previous Question:   Of these 3 golfers, who has more finishes in the top 25 of the U.S. Open?  Arnold Palmer, Ben Hogan, or Gary Player?   Gary Player.  Mary Ann Schlensker was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

 

Previous Question:   What US OPEN winner was honored and appeared on a United States Postage Stamp?  Bobby Jones or Francis Ouimet.  Dan Pickering was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

 

Previous Question:   Only one golfer has won a playoff in The Masters two times.  Who?  Nick Faldo.  Steve Sutton was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

 

Previous Question:   Who am I?  A three time Masters champ, I appeared on the cover of Golf Magazine’s first issue in April 1959. Sam Snead. Rick Deglow was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

 

Previous Question:   What was the lowest 18 hole round ever at the Masters?  By who? The lowest 18-hole round at the Masters was 63, by Nick Price in 1986 (third round) and Greg Norman in 1996 (first round).   Hugh McKinnon was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

 

Previous Question:   Who was the first foreign born player to win the Masters?  Gary Player  Michael Morehart was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

 

Previous Question:   Name a course on the CinciGolf.com home page that has a cemetery on hole number eighteen? There are at least 2 – Lassing Pointe, Indian Ridge.  Garry Melish was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

 

Previous Question:  Before the invention of wooden tees, what did golfers use to tee up the ball?  A small pile of sand.  Dan Young was drawn as the winner from all the correct entries. 

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