50 Masters Trivia Questions and Answers

Dive into the rich history of the Masters Golf Tournament with this collection of intriguing Masters trivia questions. From iconic moments on the greens of Augusta National Golf Club to legendary feats by the greatest golfers in history, these tidbits will test your knowledge and reignite your passion for one of golf’s most prestigious events. Whether you’re a seasoned golf enthusiast or a curious newcomer, this trivia will take you on a captivating ride through the annals of Masters history. Swing into action and see how many you can get right!

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1. In which US state is the Masters Tournament held annually?

2. What is the name of the course where the Masters is played?

3. Which player has won the Masters the most times?

4. What color jacket is awarded to the winner of the Masters?

5. Which golfer won the Masters in 1997 by a record 12 strokes?

6. In which year was the first Masters Tournament played?

7. Which hole at Augusta is known as ‘Flowering Peach’?

8. Who was the first non-American to win the Masters?

9. What is the par score for Augusta National?

10. Which player shot a record low 63 in a single round at the Masters?

11. Which iconic hole at Augusta is known as ‘Golden Bell’?

12. In 2016, who made a quadruple bogey on the 12th hole in the final round?

13. What do players have to cross between the 11th green and the 12th tee?

14. Who was the oldest winner of the Masters?

15. What meal is traditionally chosen by the reigning champion for the Champions Dinner?

16. Which golfer has finished runner-up at the Masters the most times?

17. Which hole at Augusta is named ‘Azalea’?

18. What is the record for the highest number of birdies in a row at the Masters?

19. Which golfer won the Masters in his first attempt?

20. Who is the youngest player to participate in the Masters?

21. Which player won the Masters in 1984 with a birdie on the final hole?

22. How many times did Arnold Palmer win the Masters?

23. Who was the first left-handed golfer to win the Masters?

24. Which golfer set the record for the lowest 72-hole total score at the Masters?

25. Which famous actor caddied in the Masters in the early 1960s?

26. Who won the Masters by defeating Len Mattiace in a sudden-death playoff in 2003?

27. Which player had the longest gap between his first and last Masters win?

28. What is the maximum number of players that have competed in the Masters in a single year?

29. Which hole at Augusta is known as ‘Chinese Fir’?

30. What do winners of the Masters receive in addition to the Green Jacket?

31. Which amateur finished as runner-up in the 1961 Masters?

32. Who was the youngest winner of the Masters?

33. Which golfer lost the Masters after being penalized for an incorrect scorecard in 1968?

34. Which golfer won the Masters and the British Open in the same year, but not the Grand Slam?

35. Who became the second Spanish player after Seve Ballesteros to win the Masters?

36. Which hole at Augusta is known as ‘Tea Olive’?

37. Which country did the 2008 Masters winner, Trevor Immelman, represent?

38. What’s the name of the bridge at the 13th hole?

39. Which golfer won the Masters with a record aggregate score for a rookie?

40. Who became the first Australian to win the Masters in 2013?

41. Which player made a then-record 11 birdies in a single Masters round in 1982?

42. Who is the only player to win the Masters on his birthday?

43. In what year did the Masters introduce a sudden-death playoff format?

44. Who finished runner-up at the Masters three years in a row from 2002 to 2004?

45. How many times did Ben Hogan win the Masters?

46. Which golfer from Argentina won the Masters in 2009?

47. Which player made an albatross on the 2nd hole during the final round of the 2012 Masters?

48. How many times did Sam Snead win the Masters?

49. Which player lost the 1996 Masters after leading by 6 strokes entering the final round?

50. Which golfer secured his only major win at the Masters in 1979?

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