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Question 1: A specialty of landscape design or ________, golf course architecture is its own field of study.
Ecological designLandscape planningLandscape architectureBotany

Question 2: In ________, Australia, there is a golf course that consists of nine holes dug into mounds of sand, diesel and oil, with no grass anywhere on the course.
Alice Springs, Northern TerritoryDarwin, Northern TerritoryCoober Pedy, South AustraliaOodnadatta, South Australia

Question 3: In the ________, opposition to golf developments has become a national issue.
BarbadosBelizeAntigua and BarbudaThe Bahamas

Question 4: Resisting golf tourism and golf's expansion has become an objective of some land-reform movements, especially in the Philippines and ________.
VietnamIndonesiaSingaporeMalaysia

Question 5: A golf course consists of a series of holes, each consisting of a teeing ground, fairway, rough and other hazards, and a green with a flagstick (pin) and cup, all designed for the game of ________.
Tiger WoodsPGA TourJack NicklausGolf

Question 6: In ________ it is not uncommon for rural courses to have greens fenced off and sheep graze the fairways.
New ZealandNauruUnited KingdomAustralia

Question 7: At the 125-year-old Royal Colombo Golf Club in ________ steam trains, from the Kelani Valley railway, run through the course at the 6th hole.
Sri LankaMaldivesMalaysiaPakistan

Question 8: In ________ and elsewhere in arid regions, golf courses have been constructed on nothing more than oil-covered sand.
PakistanCyprusPapua New GuineaSaudi Arabia

Question 9: Course Rating Primer at the website of the ________
United States Golf AssociationJack NicklausUnited States Amateur Championship (golf)United States Women's Amateur Golf Championship
















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