The Ryder Cup Quiz
How much do you know about golf's greatest team competition? 8 Questions.
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The Ryder Cup is named after the person who donated the trophy, what was his name?
In what year did the first official competition take place at the Worcester Country Club, in Worcester, Massachusetts?
After the Second World War, repeated U.S. dominance led to a decision, initiated by Jack Nicklaus, to extend the representation to continental Europe in what year?
Team Europe has NOT ever included at least one player from which country (up to and including 2012 match)?
Between 1979 and 2010, how many matches has Europe won?
Up to 2010, who has won the most Ryder Cup points (25)?
In 1999 at Brookline, who became the youngest ever Ryder Cup player aged 19 years, 258 days?
In 1995 at Oak Hill two players recorded a hole-in-one, can you name them?
Costantino Rocca and Howard Clark
Paul Casey and Scott Verplank
Nick Faldo and Tiger Woods
Paul Azinger and Sam Torrence
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