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Gary Woodland won the 2019 US Open Golf

Who won the 2019 US Open Golf Championship?

Category: The Majors

Here’s a clue: An American

Gary Woodland won the 2019 US Open Golf
Paul Lawrie 1999 Open Championship

How many majors has Paul Lawrie won?

Category: The Majors

Here’s a clue: To date he is the last Scotsman to have won one.

Paul Lawrie has won one major tournament. The Open Championship in 1999.
Arnold palmer US coast guard

Arnold Palmer served his country for three years with which branch of the US Armed Forces?

Category: Champions of the Game

Here’s a clue: It was one time he couldn’t avoid the water.

Arnold Palmer served with the US Coast Guard for 3 years from 1951 to 1953.

Initially he served as a physical fitness and self-defense instructor and then as a photographer within the Coast Guard.

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