Can You Name These Masters Champions from an Image?

Jody Mabry

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About This Quiz

Any golfer will tell you that one of their greatest dreams would be to win, not just a Major, but specifically the Masters. Put on by the Augusta National Golf Club, the tournament has a record score of 270, achieved by Tiger Woods and Jordan Spieth. Known for its green jacket, that was initially introduced in 1937 for people to identify reliable sources of information. It wasn't until 1947 and Sam Snead that the tradition of giving the winner a green jacket began. 

How well do you think you know the Masters? Are you a fan of the early years with players like Sam Snead and Jack Nicklaus? Or do you follow modern golf with names like Jordan Spieth and Tiger Woods? Do you think you can name players from an image? You might be able to pick Tiger Woods walking the course with a club in hand, but what about George Archer or Tommy Aaron? 

This is the quiz you'll want to take to prep for the Masters and show off your knowledge of golf's greatest tournament. 

Take this quiz to see how well you know your Master's champions. See how well you can take it to the green with a drive that Bubba Watson can admire!

What is the name of this Masters champion?

Considered by many to be the greatest golfer who ever lived, Nicklaus was a pro for more than 40 years, from 1961 to 2005. During his career, he won 18 major championships, including six Masters, and finished second in 19 championships. As a pro he won 117 tournaments.

He's a popular player. Can you name this Masters champion?

Sergio Garcia took the golf world by storm and has regularly been ranked in the top ten. In fact, he has spent over 400 weeks in the top ten, including 300 weeks from 2000 to 2009. He won the Masters in 2017.

Can you identify this Masters champion from his image?

Gary Player has been in the golf world nearly as long as any other player. He turned pro in 1953 and went on to win 165 tournaments, including the Masters three times (1961, 1974 and 1978). While still a pro, he was inducted in the World Golf Hall of Fame in 1974. In addition to playing, Player has been the architect of more than 325 golf courses and has written or co-authored 36 books on golf.

Known as the Pretty Boy, can you name this Masters champion from this image?

Raymond Floyd turned pro in 1961 at the age of 19. He won 65 professional tournaments, including the Masters in 1976. His first PGA win was the St. Petersburg Open Invitational in 1963 where he won $3,500. He would go on to win four majors.

Can you name this young Masters winner from the image?

Danny Willet still has a long career ahead of him. Born in 1987, he won his first Masters tournament in 2016, and by early 2018, had five professional wins under his belt. He is only the second Englishman to have won the Masters, Nick Faldo being the other.

Can you name this American Masters champion?

Tommy Aaron became a professional golfer in 1960. Of his nine professional wins, he won the Masters in 1973. His other two top appearances in major championships happened in 1972 when he placed second in the PGA Championship, and 1958 when he finished second in the U.S. Amateur.

Can you name this Masters champion from Texas?

Charles Coody accumulated 15 professional wins while playing on the PGA and Champions tours. His lone Masters win was in 1971. He finished in fourth place at the '77 PGA Championship and fifth in the '71 Open Championship. He was elected to the Texas Sports Hall of Fame in 2000.

Can you name this young American Masters winner?

Patrick Reed won the 2018 Masters tournament at the age of 28. It was his first Major win, although he has split eight wins across the PGA and European tours. He has also represented the United States in the Ryder Cup and the Presidents Cup.

Can you name this 1970 Masters winner?

Billy Casper spent his hey-day spanning the '50s through the '70s as one of the most successful golfers of the time. He won his only Masters tournament in 1970 and two U.S. Opens in 1959 and 1966. He has also had high showings in the four other Majors. In 1978, he was elected to the World Golf Hall of Fame with a career mark of 70 professional wins.

Can you name this injury-prone Masters winner?

George Archer won 13 tournaments, including his only Major, the Masters, in 1969. Due to his height, 6 feet 5 inches, Archer initially wanted to be a professional basketball player. However, during high school he was kicked off the basketball team - he missed too many practices because he was playing golf. He won 44 tournaments in his professional career, and would likely have won more had he not spent his career hampered by injuries.

Can you name this 1968 Masters winner?

Bob Goalby turned pro in 1952 and finished his career with 14 wins, including the Masters tournament in 1968. The Bob Goalby Golf Open is a charity tournament that has run since 1982 in support of Maur Hill-Mount Academy, a college prep school in Kansas.

Can you name this happy-go-lucky Masters champion?

Gay Brewer won the 1967 Masters tournament, and also had respectable finishes in four other Majors. Brewer had a total of 17 career wins. He was known on the tour for his positive disposition and awkward swing.

Can you name the young Masters winner shown in this image?

By 24 years old, Jordan Spieth had won three major championships and finished second in the PGA Championship. He won the Masters in 2015 and has a total of 14 professional wins. In April of 2016, Spieth was named as one of the 100 Most Influential People.

Can you name this charismatic Masters winner?

Considered one of the greatest and well-known people in sports history, Arnold Palmer won four Masters tournaments (1958, 1960, 1962, 1964) and seven Majors in total. He had 95 professional wins by the end of his career with a long list of awards and achievements.

Can you name this 1959 Masters winner?

Art Wall Jr. played golf and served in World War II at the same time as his younger brother, "Dewey." Dewey died when his submarine was sunk in the Pacific. Despite the devastating loss of his brother, Wall went on to win 29 professional tournaments and the 1959 Masters.

Can you name this two-time Majors champion from his image?

Doug Ford won two majors during his career with a Masters in 1957 and the PGA Championship in 1955. He won 33 tournaments and played on four Ryder Cup teams. He was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in 2011.

Can you name this left-handed Masters winner?

Bubba Watson is one of the few left-handed players on the tour and has won two Masters tournaments (2012 and 2014). Watson is known for his long drives with the ability to hit over 350 yards. He has won 13 tournaments in his professional career.

Can you name this prolific '50s golfer from this image?

Jack Burke Jr. was a dominant '50s golfer with a Masters win in 1956. He also played on five Ryder Cup teams (1951, 1953, 1955, 1957, 1959). In 1973, he was a non-playing captain for the Ryder Cup. Burke won 19 pro tournaments and was elected to the World Golf Hall of Fame in 2000.

Can you name this prolific golfer from his image?

Cary Middlecoff had a prolific 14-year career accumulating 41 professional wins (10th on the all-time list). Of those wins, he won the Masters in 1955 and the U.S. Open twice (1949 and 1956). He retired in 1961 and was elected to the World Golf Hall of Fame in 1986.

He's a character. Can you identify this multi-Masters champ from an image?

Sam Snead was one of the best professional golfers for more than four decades, accumulating 165 professional wins, 82 on the PGA tour. He holds seven total Majors, including three Masters (1949, 1952, 1954). He was known as having the perfect swing. In 1998, he received the PGA Tour Lifetime Achievement Award.

Can you name this Australian Masters winner?

Adam Scott has 29 career wins, the most notable being the 2013 Masters Championship. That Masters is also important since it adds Australia to the list of nations who have a champion. Despite that lone Major, Scott has come really close a couple times by finishing second at the 2012 Open Championship, third at the 2006 PGA Championship, and fourth at the 2015 U.S. Open.

Can you name this controversial Masters winner?

Fuzzy Zoeller has 19 career wins with two Majors. He won the Masters in 1979, notably his first appearance at the event, and won the U.S. Open in 1984. While Zoeller has a great career, much of the good he has done has been overshadowed by several controversies from comments he made and jostling of other golfers.

Considered one of the best ball strikers in the game, can you name this Masters winner from this image?

During the '70s and '80s,​ Tom Watson was one of golfs most prestigious leaders, winning eight Major championships between 1975 and 1983. He won the Masters in 1977 and 1981. During his professional career, he won 70 professional tournaments. Despite his smaller stature (5 feet 9 inches and 160 lbs.), Watson is considered to be a "complete" player with excellent length and accuracy as well as a dominant short game.

Can you name this 1982 winner of the Masters?

Craig Stradler won 31 professional tournaments with his lone Major, The Masters in 1982. In 2014, he announced that The Masters of that year, his 38th appearance, would be his last.

Can you name this South African Masters winner?

Charl Schwartzel is a South African golfer who turned pro in 2002 at the age of 18. He won the Masters in 2011 and has 15 professional tournament wins from the PGA, Sunshine tour and European tour.

Can you identify this dual Masters winner from this image?

Seve Ballesteros was considered one of the best golfers from the '70s to the '90s. He won 91 professional tournaments during his career, including two Masters (1980 and 1983) and three Open Championships (1979, 1984, and 1988). He was elected to the World Golf Hall of Fame in 1999.

Can you match this image to the Masters winner?

Among Ben Crenshaw's 30 professional wins are two Masters wins in 1984 and 1995 - his only two Major wins. He has finished in either second or third of each of the other three Majors four times. He is one of the rare players to have finished in the top ten of all four majors in the same season.

Can you match this two-time Masters champion to his image?

In 1986, Bernhard Langer become golf's first official No. 1 player. He has 111 professional wins, and among them are two Masters (1985 and 1993). He was elected to the World Golf Hall of Fame in 2001 after having won dozens of achievements and awards.

He has a prolific major career. Can you match this player to his image?

Phil Mickelson has 49 career wins, including several great Majors appearances. He has three Masters wins (2004, 2006, 2010), a win at both The Open Championship and the PGA Championship, and he finished second six times at the U.S. Open.

Can you name this 1987 Masters champion?

Winning the Masters is one thing, but Larry Mize did it in style at the 1987 Masters when he took a chip off the 11th hole to win the Masters playoff. It's his only Major win, but a career defining one. He also has 10 other professional wins.

Can you match this Master's winner with his image?

In 1986, golf began a ranking system and from 1986 to 2000, Mark O'Meara spent almost 200 weeks in the top 10 of the rankings. In addition to winning 34 tournaments, he also has two Majors - Masters and The Open Championship in 1998. He was elected to the World Golf Hall of Fame in 2015.

Do you know who this '94 and '99 Masters winner is?

José María Olazábal has two Masters wins, in 1994 and 1999. He has 30 professional wins on the PGA and European tours. He notes his happiest golf moment as the comeback Ryder Cup victory over the U.S. in 2012 which he says was inspired by his deceased friend, Seve Ballesteros.

Can you name this 2009 Masters champion from his image?

This Argentine golfer has enjoyed considerable success since turning pro in 1989. Included in his 52 professional wins are a Masters victory in 2009 and a U.S. Open win in 2007.

Can you figure out the name of this top-ranking Masters golfer?

Nick Faldo was ranked No. 1 for 97 weeks and has a career 41 wins. Among those wins are six first place finishes, three at the Masters ( 1989, 1990, and 1996) and three wins at The Open Championship (1987, 1990 and 1992). He also finished as high as second in the other two majors.

Can you identify this Scottish Masters winner from this image?

Sandy Lyle spent 167 weeks of his career ranked among Top10 golfers after the inception of the ranking system in 1986. His 30 professional wins and two Majors (Masters in 1988 and Open Championship in 1985) helped earn him a place in the World Golf Hall of Fame.

Can you identify this prolific Majors champion from his image?

Tiger Woods was considered a golf phenom when he entered the pro ranks in 1996. He was also one of the most dominant overall golf winners until personal issues began to take their toll after 2009. He has an incredible win record of 106 and an even more incredible record of 14 majors victories, four of which are at the Masters (1997, 2001, 2002, and 2005).

Can you identify this South African Masters winner from an image?

Trevor Immelman is a South African golfer with 11 professional wins split between the European, Sunshine and PGA tours. He won the Masters in 2008.

Can you name this Fijian golfer and Masters winner from his image?

Vijay Singh is a Fijian​ golfer who was ranked No. 1 for 32 weeks between 2004 and 2005. Among his 62 wins are three Majors: The Masters in 2000 and the PGA Championship in 1998 and 2004. His success is a direct relationship to his focus and preparation prior to and after tournaments.

Can you identify this 2003 Masters champion from his image?

Mike Weir holds several distinctions such as being left handed, Canadian and winning the Masters in 2003. He was also a Top 10-ranked golfer for 110 weeks between 2001 and 2005.

Can you identify this 2007 Masters winner from this image?

Zach Johnson has 26 tournament victories, two of which were Majors. He won the Masters in 2007 and The Open Championship in 2015. At the time of his Masters victory, his score of 289 tied Sam Snead and Jack Burke Jr. as the highest winning score in tournament history.

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