a. Brent Musburger.
b. Bird droppings.
C. Colin Montgomerie.
d. Out-of-bounds stakes.
13. The worst drive of 1996 belonged to
a. Robert Allenby. While in Spain nursing a sprained ankle, he smashed his car into a traffic barrier and fractured his sternum.
b. Robert Allenby. Recovering from his fractured sternum and unable to swing a club, he bunted a shot 40 yards off the first tee at the Volvo Masters and then withdrew. European tour rules required him to tee off to collect $116,070 in bonus money, which Allenby donated to charity.
c. Ian Baker-Finch, on any number of occasions.
d. All of the above.
14. Nine-year-old Randi Wilson, playing golf for the first time, made a hole in one on her first swing, sinking a 103-yard five-iron shot in Seaforth, Ont. She went home after nine holes, however, saying:
a. "I still like bowling better."
b. "All those men in funny clothes scared me."
c. "The 1st hole was great, but the rest of it sucked."
d. "I'm hungry."
15. Jack Nicklaus called it "the most exciting win I've seen in the last 10 years." He was talking about
a. Bob Dole carrying Indiana.
b. The Scottish Claymores taking the World Bowl.
c. Tom Watson winning the Memorial.
d. Peter Jacobsen winning the U.S. Open in Tin Cup.
16. The AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am was canceled after two rounds were played. Why?
a. Rain made the 16th hole at Spyglass Hill unplayable.
b. Everyone wanted to watch the 49ers' playoff game.
c. David Eger, the Tour's vice president of competition, uses MCI.
d. Tour players didn't want to get their shoes muddy.
17. Actor Kevin Costner, after playing in the celebrity shoot-out at Pebble Beach, asked NBC's Roger Maltbie for a putting tip, saying, "How do you get over that feeling that you know you're going to miss it?" Maltbie said: