The Tour Pro Emoji Quiz - How many can you get?

Tour Pro Emoji Quiz

Did you know that "emoji" is the fastest-growing form of language in the UK and is even evolving faster than ancient forms of communication, such as hieroglyphics?

More than 80% of the population are now believed to use the symbols to communicate with one another using the shorthand of the digital age.

That's the whole point of this quiz. We're giving you 10 minutes to try to correctly identify 20 professional golfers.

Your only clue? An emoji / emojis that represent them in some way.

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As an added twist, you have to answer them in the correct order. You can't just fire in names and hope for the best! This is a true test of your "emoji-nal intelligence".

When you're done, share your score in our COMMENTS section below & challenge your friends on social media to take the quiz for themselves.

Ready? Let's go!

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