The Masters: A quiz on the first major of the golf season

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Spring has finally arrived and, with it, pro golf's first major tournament of the season - The Masters. Test your knowledge of this annual golf event with our quiz.

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1. For the first five years of existence, instead of being called the Masters, the tournament’s official name was:

Co-founder Cliff Roberts proposed that the event be called the Masters Tournament, but Bobby Jones considered the name too presumptuous, according to the golf club's official history. But in 1939, as Roberts and the media used "The Masters" to describe the tournament, Jones finally relented.

Co-founder Cliff Roberts proposed that the event be called the Masters Tournament, but Bobby Jones considered the name too presumptuous, according to the golf club's official history. But in 1939, as Roberts and the media used "The Masters" to describe the tournament, Jones finally relented.

Co-founder Cliff Roberts proposed that the event be called the Masters Tournament, but Bobby Jones considered the name too presumptuous, according to the golf club's official history. But in 1939, as Roberts and the media used "The Masters" to describe the tournament, Jones finally relented.

Co-founder Cliff Roberts proposed that the event be called the Masters Tournament, but Bobby Jones considered the name too presumptuous, according to the golf club's official history. But in 1939, as Roberts and the media used "The Masters" to describe the tournament, Jones finally relented.

Augusta National Invitation Tournament

 

Georgia Pro-Am

 

Southern Open

 

Augusta Medal Play Championship

 
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