Take our test below to work out which of the three golfers in the movie you have the most in common with...
Q1: What is your favourite noise on the golf course?
A: The sound of warm applause from the galleries after I hole another birdie putt.
B: There should be no noise on a golf course. If I could, I'd silence the birds in the trees.
C: Laughter. We're here for a good time not a long time, right?
Q2: What do you like to wear on the golf course?
A: It's not my clothes but the shots that I hit that matter.
B: Smart slacks, a pressed polo shirt and shoes so bright I can see my glorious visage in the reflection.
C: Think Payne Stewart, cross with Ian Poulter, crossed with Lady Gaga. Something like that.
Q3: Your ball is sitting well down in the rough. No one is looking. Do you try and sneakily improve your lie?
A: Absolutely not. Golf is a game of honour, honesty and integrity.
B: You've seen me play before, haven't you?
C: My friend, you must be mistaken. My ball isn't in the rough. I never miss a fairway
Q4: What do you typically tip your caddie?
A: The going rate. Maybe a little more if we win.
B: Tip? TIP?! I'm the one hitting the shots. He should be tipping me!
C: It varies. But I usually need a chequebook to cover the cost.
Q5: Describe your ideal playing partner in three words.
A: A fellow pro.
B: Rich, like me.
C: Fun, friendly, low-maintenance. Wait... is that four words?
Q6: Complete the sentence: the perfect golf club is _______
A: Is frequented by the PGA Tour.
B: Is reserved for important people, like my friends and I... but mainly me.
C: Has a jukebox.
Q7: What's the worst thing about golf?
A: The limited number of tour cards available.
B: The steady infiltration of riff-raff an other unworthy folks.
C: Traditions, blazers and committees.
Q8: How would you like to be remembered?
A: #GOAT - that's Greatest Of All Time in modern speak.
B: By the letters both in front of and after my name.
C: With a kick-ass party.
And the results...
You're Ty Webb, a tremendous golfer who just needs a little bit of good fortune to get onto the tour where you belong.
You're Judge Smails, uptight, snobby and about as welcoming as an electric fence and a sign saying 'Keep Out'. Have a word.
You're Al Czervik, everybody's pal, the life and soul of the party. Just remember: it's okay to be serious once in a while.