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How much do you really know about golf?

Discover your level of golf knowledge and learn a little *or a lot* along the way. On top of that, I’m going to give you tips to play smarter and score lower! Get ready for some serious wins...

Quiz Questions

  • 1.
    What is the maximum amount of time allowed to look for a lost ball?
  • 2.
    What is it called when a hole is played one stroke under par?
    • A.
      A bogey
    • B.
      A birdie 🐦
      (Correct Answer)
    • C.
      A hole-in-one
  • 3.
    Which player has won the most major championships in his career?
  • 4.
    What's the maximum number of clubs allowed in a player's golf bag during a round?
    • A.
      14
      (Correct Answer)
    • B.
      10
    • C.
      8
    • D.
      16
  • 5.
    What is 'par' an abbreviation for?
    • A.
      Professional average result
      (Correct Answer)
    • B.
      Predetermined acceptable result
    • C.
      Preferred allowance result
  • 6.
    Which part of the golf course is 'the green'?
  • 7.
    Golf is the only sport to have ever been played on the moon...
    • A.
      True
      (Correct Answer)
    • B.
      False
  • 8.
    What do you call a club with a metal head?
    • A.
      A putter
      (Correct Answer)
    • B.
      A driver
    • C.
      An iron
    • D.
      A silver
  • 9.
    Who invented the modern sand wedge?
    • A.
      Harry Vardon
    • B.
      Tiger Woods
    • C.
      John McDermott
      (Correct Answer)
    • D.
      Gene Sarazen
  • 10.
    Prior to the invention of rubber, what were golf balls made of?

Quiz Outcomes

  • 1.
    0 to 3 correct:
    You're a golfing... Noobie!
    Congratulations, by completing this quiz, you’ve proven just how dedicated you are to upping your game! The ins and outs of golf may be a bit of a mystery to you, but you’re eager to learn. And by investing time and energy into educating yourself, you’re well on your way to lower scores and bigger wins...“The more I work and practice, the luckier I seem to get.” — Gary PlayerThree Tips to Shave Strokes Off Your Scorecard1. Get to Know Your GearEvery golfer has experienced it: you think you’ve hit the perfect shot — your ball sails towards the flag... only to end up either 10 yards short of the green or flying it altogether. Maybe you think something like, ‘Shoot, how did I miss that? It seemed so straight forward!’Here’s the thing though, each club has a unique loft, an angle that controls trajectory and range. If you don’t know the average distance you hit a ball with each golf club in your set, there’s no way you’re going to be playing at the top of your game. So grab a bucket of balls, hit the driving range, and really get to know your gear.2. Perfect Your PostureYou can’t swing your best off balance, so commit time finding a stance that works for you. Try holding the club in front of your belly button. Keep your arms and legs straight, and stand tall with your shoulders pulled back.Next, tilt forwards at your hips while making sure your lower back stays flat. As the club lowers to touch the ground behind the ball, flex your knees just a little — but don’t overbend. Now you’re ready to hit that sucker home!3. Don’t OverthinkIt’s all too easy to become your own worst enemy on the course. And the last thing you want to do is take the fun out of golf by second-guessing your shot. Trust what you have instead of what’s ‘correct.’ Consciously trying to control your body is guaranteed to bring more distress than success. So save those analytical thoughts for the driving range…On top of that, try not to get discouraged by the occasional wayward shot. Focusing too much on correcting whatever went wrong will only build up more tension in your body."Who’s the scratch golfer giving me all the game-changing tips?" Glad you asked...Hey there, I’m Thomas Scott, golf instructor 👋 After a decade of honing my swing on the links, I’ve decided to pay it forward by offering private lessons at an affordable rate. Thought golf was just for well-to-do country clubbers…Think again. Whether you’re a hacker or a pro, I can polish up your game. Get ready to step on the tee box with confidence🏌️‍♂️If you’re looking to learn golf, further their enjoyment or simply become a better player, don’t hesitate to get in touch!Can’t Wait to Get Your Game On? Check Out These Three Resources...1. Follow me on Instagram and Facebook to stay up-to-date with the latest in everything golf! From gripping the club to lining up your putt, I’ve got your conundrums covered.2. Read this post on my blog The Next Swing where I break down how to get the most out of your bag. If you’ve ever been stumped on which club to use, this’ll be a game changer ⛳️3. Watch this video to get a taste of what’s included in a private lesson. Hint: it’s a lot more learning for a lot less money than you can expect from a course professional.Plus Expect to See Me in Your Inbox With More Tips to Lower Your Score!
  • 2.
    4 to 7 correct:
    You're a golfing... Fan!
    Congratulations, by completing this quiz, you’ve proven just how dedicated you are to upping your game! You’re familiar with the ins and outs of golf, but you’ve still got lots of room to learn. By investing time and energy into educating yourself, you’re well on your way to lower scores and bigger wins...“Success in this game depends less on strength of body than strength of mind and character.” — Arnold PalmerThree Tips to Shave Strokes Off Your Scorecard1. Get to Know Your GearEvery golfer has experienced it: you think you’ve hit the perfect shot — your ball sails towards the flag... only to end up either 10 yards short of the green or flying it altogether. Maybe you think something like, ‘Shoot, how did I miss that? It seemed so straight forward!’Here’s the thing though, each club has a unique loft, an angle that controls trajectory and range. If you don’t know the average distance you hit a ball with each golf club in your set, there’s no way you’re going to be playing at the top of your game. So grab a bucket of balls, hit the driving range, and really get to know your gear.2. Perfect Your PostureYou can’t swing your best off balance, so commit time finding a stance that works for you. Try holding the club in front of your belly button. Keep your arms and legs straight, and stand tall with your shoulders pulled back.Next, tilt forwards at your hips while making sure your lower back stays flat. As the club lowers to touch the ground behind the ball, flex your knees just a little — but don’t overbend. Now you’re ready to hit that sucker home!3. Don’t OverthinkIt’s all too easy to become your own worst enemy on the course. And the last thing you want to do is take the fun out of golf by second-guessing your shot. Trust what you have instead of what’s ‘correct.’ Consciously trying to control your body is guaranteed to bring more distress than success. So save those analytical thoughts for the driving range…On top of that, try not to get discouraged by the occasional wayward shot. Focusing too much on correcting whatever went wrong will only build up more tension in your body."Who’s the scratch golfer giving me all the game-changing tips?" Glad you asked...Hey there, I’m Thomas Scott, golf instructor 👋 After a decade of honing my swing on the links, I’ve decided to pay it forward by offering private lessons at an affordable rate. Thought golf was just for well-to-do country clubbers…Think again. Whether you’re a hacker or a pro, I can polish up your game. Get ready to step on the tee box with confidence🏌️‍♂️If you’re looking to learn golf, further their enjoyment or simply become a better player, don’t hesitate to get in touch!Can’t Wait to Get Your Game On? Check Out These Three Resources...1. Follow me on Instagram and Facebook to stay up-to-date with the latest in everything golf! From gripping the club to lining up your putt, I’ve got your conundrums covered.2. Read this post on my blog The Next Swing where I break down how to get the most out of your bag. If you’ve ever been stumped on which club to use, this’ll be a game changer ⛳️3. Watch this video to get a taste of what’s included in a private lesson. Hint: it’s a lot more learning for a lot less money than you can expect from a course professional.Plus Expect to See Me in Your Inbox With More Tips to Lower Your Score!
  • 3.
    8 to 10 correct:
    You're a golfing... Aficionado!
    Congratulations, by completing this quiz, you’ve proven just how dedicated you are to upping your game! The ins and outs of golf are no mystery to you. You’ve got a professional level grip on the facts, but there’s a big difference between knowing your stuff and applying it on the course...“Patience, persistence and perspiration make an unbeatable combination for success.” — Napoleon HillThree Tips to Shave Strokes Off Your Scorecard1. Get to Know Your GearEvery golfer has experienced it: you think you’ve hit the perfect shot — your ball sails towards the flag... only to end up either 10 yards short of the green or flying it altogether. Maybe you think something like, ‘Shoot, how did I miss that? It seemed so straight forward!’Here’s the thing though, each club has a unique loft, an angle that controls trajectory and range. If you don’t know the average distance you hit a ball with each golf club in your set, there’s no way you’re going to be playing at the top of your game. So grab a bucket of balls, hit the driving range, and really get to know your gear.2. Perfect Your PostureYou can’t swing your best off balance, so commit time finding a stance that works for you. Try holding the club in front of your belly button. Keep your arms and legs straight, and stand tall with your shoulders pulled back.Next, tilt forwards at your hips while making sure your lower back stays flat. As the club lowers to touch the ground behind the ball, flex your knees just a little — but don’t overbend. Now you’re ready to hit that sucker home!3. Don’t OverthinkIt’s all too easy to become your own worst enemy on the course. And the last thing you want to do is take the fun out of golf by second-guessing your shot. Trust what you have instead of what’s ‘correct.’ Consciously trying to control your body is guaranteed to bring more distress than success. So save those analytical thoughts for the driving range…On top of that, try not to get discouraged by the occasional wayward shot. Focusing too much on correcting whatever went wrong will only build up more tension in your body."Who’s the scratch golfer giving me all the game-changing tips?" Glad you asked...Hey there, I’m Thomas Scott, golf instructor 👋 After a decade of honing my swing on the links, I’ve decided to pay it forward by offering private lessons at an affordable rate. Thought golf was just for well-to-do country clubbers…Think again. Whether you’re a hacker or a pro, I can polish up your game. Get ready to step on the tee box with confidence🏌️‍♂️If you’re looking to learn golf, further their enjoyment or simply become a better player, don’t hesitate to get in touch!Can’t Wait to Get Your Game On? Check Out These Three Resources...1. Follow me on Instagram and Facebook to stay up-to-date with the latest in everything golf! From gripping the club to lining up your putt, I’ve got your conundrums covered.2. Read this post on my blog The Next Swing where I break down how to get the most out of your bag. If you’ve ever been stumped on which club to use, this’ll be a game changer ⛳️3. Watch this video to get a taste of what’s included in a private lesson. Hint: it’s a lot more learning for a lot less money than you can expect from a course professional.Plus Expect to See Me in Your Inbox With More Tips to Lower Your Score!