a. "Get up there, you miserable little puke!"
b. "God, I hope I don't flip this thing over on the median, too."
c. "Oh, Mama! Run silent, run deep!"
d. "Give me those binoculars, Ensign. Isn't that...it is! That's Greg Norman over there on that hill, and, my god, he's just hit into the water!"
8. After the third round of the Northern Telecom Open in Tucson, Keith Fergus was hitting balls on the practice range when suddenly he and his caddie started shouting and running down the 1st fairway. "There were hundreds of them," Fergus said later. "They swarmed after us." What were they running from?
a. Angry villagers.
b. Pro-am partners.
c. CBS announcer Peter Kostis and his crew.
9. Steve Jones, who couldn't play golf for three years after a dirt-bike accident, wrote a Cinderella story when he came back to win the U.S. Open, beating Davis Love III and Tom Lehman. What book did Jones credit with inspiring him to victory?
a. Rush Limbaugh Is a Big Fat Idiot.
b. ...And the Horse You Rode In On, by J.C. Snead.
c. Hogan, a biography of Ben Hogan.
10. Kenny Perry played poorly on the first playoff hole and lost the PGA to Mark Brooks. Perry didn't warm up before the playoff despite having to wait more than 30 minutes, and later admitted that he might have made a mistake. Where did Perry spend those 30 minutes?
a. Locked in a portable toilet.
b. In the CBS tower, talking with Jim Nantz and Ken Venturi.
c. In the locker room, listening to Snoop Doggy Dogg's new CD.
d. In the locker room, speed-reading a copy of Hogan that he had borrowed from Steve Jones.
11. "I didn't know what I was doing when I wrote it. Maybe even I don't understand the second half of it." Who said it, and what was he talking about?
a. Adam Sandler on Happy Gilmore.
b. Michael Murphy on his mystical novel, Golf in the Kingdom.
c. Gary McCord on his instruction book, Golf for Dummies.
d. Roberto DeVicenzo on his '68 Masters scorecard.
12. Italy's Costantino Rocca would've received a two-shot penalty at the U.S. Open for using a tee to move something that was in the line of his putt if officials hadn't later agreed to waive the penalty. What did Rocca move?