The 2023 Champions Dinner quiz - the answers

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So how did you do? Find out below and see how you rated
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April 5, 2022
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1) Adam Scott
2) Dustin Johnson
3) Sir Nick Faldo
4) Vijay Singh
5) José María Olazábal
6) Sandy Lyle
7) Phil Mickelson
8) Bubba Watson
9) Mark O’Meara
10) Fuzzy Zoeller
11) Zach Johnson
12) Trevor Immelman
13) Jordan Spieth
14) Tiger Woods
15) Fred Couples
16) Tom Watson
17) Larry Mize
18) Charl Schwartzel
19) Mike Weir
20) Hideki Matsuyama
21) Bernhard Langer
22) Danny Willett
23) Patrick Reed
24) Sergio Garcia
25) Ray Floyd
26) Craig Stadler
27) Ian Woosnam
28) Jack Nicklaus
29) Charles Coody
30) Ben Crenshaw
31) Scottie Scheffler
32) Chairman Fred Ridley
33) Gary Player
34) Tommy Aaron

Scores – Under 20
Oh dear! You are a bit of golfing newbie aren't you?

Solid if unspectacular. You haven't disgraced yourself but hardly impressive. A score to keep to yourself

A pretty good effort. You have clearly been watching The Masters for a few years or have done your homework

Outstanding effort. There are a few really tricky ones in there. Even Golf Today editor Mark Flanagan only managed 32.

Wow! We all take a collective bow in homage to your golfing awesomeness. A lap of honour around your local course is all that is left to organise

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About Mark Flanagan

Mark Flanagan has spent 25 years as a sports journalist. He has written for multiple golf magazines and can often be found missing putts from inside gimme range.

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