Who was the first and only person to play golf on the moon?

  • Alan Shepard correct

    History happened on Feb. 6, 1971, when astronaut Alan Shepard pulled out a custom-made six iron. He dropped two golf balls on the moon, then, with cameras rolling, shanked the first ball. He would later estimate the second ball traveled more than 200 yards. Shepard would eventually donate the club to the USGA Museum. A replica of the club is on display at the Smithsonian in Washington, D.C. Alan Shepard died in 1998. Source: PGA.com

  • Neil Armstrong
  • Buzz Aldrin
  • John Glenn
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