How well do you remember what happened in golf in 2018? Take our quiz

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Sure you know Tiger Woods came back to competitive golf with gusto in 2018, that the European’s boat-raced the Americans in the Ryder Cup and that Oklahoma State came out on top in the first blowout at the NCAA men’s finals since they went to match play in 2009 (OK, so maybe you forget that one). Whatever kind of golf fan you are, test your memory to see if you can recall some of prominent (and not-so–prominent) moments that happened this past year. Answers are at the bottom of the post. No credit for using the Google machine if you get stumped along the way.

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2018 Curtis Cup – Day Three
SCARSDALE, NY – JUNE 10: The United States team and Captain Virginia Derby Grimes celebrate with the Curtis Cup trophy after their 17-3 win over the Great Britain and Ireland team on day three of the 2018 Curtis Cup Match at Quaker Ridge Golf Club on June 10, 2018 in Scarsdale, New York. (Photo by Ross Kinnaird/R&A/R&A via Getty Images)

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SCARSDALE, NY – JUNE 10: The United States team and Captain Virginia Derby Grimes celebrate with the Curtis Cup trophy after their 17-3 win over the Great Britain and Ireland team on day three of the 2018 Curtis Cup Match at Quaker Ridge Golf Club on June 10, 2018 in Scarsdale, New York. (Photo by Ross Kinnaird/R&A/R&A via Getty Images)

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Evian Championship 2018 – Day Four

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Gary Player gets the last laugh.

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Gary Player gets the last laugh.

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