1. To make the one-sided Ryder Cup more competitive, Jack Nicklaus in 1978 approached British PGA president Lord Derby and suggested:
a. That the Brits practice harder.
b. That the format be changed to Great Britain and Ireland versus Ohio State.
c. That the British team expand to include all of Europe.
d. That the British team expand to include the entire world.
2. The week after he missed a six-foot putt in 1991 that would've allowed Europe to retain the Ryder Cup, Bernhard Langer:
a. Went into seclusion.
b. Tried to shoot himself but missed left.
c. Said he was retiring.
d. Won the German Masters.
3. The atmosphere at Ryder Cups was established during the first match that was held in England, in 1929, when America's Johnny Farrell missed a one-foot putt on the 1st green on the first day and 10,000 spectators:
a. Cheered loudly.
b. Threw sausages at him.
c. Doubled their wagers on the Brits.
d. Demanded refunds.
4. In 1983 Tony Jacklin accepted the captaincy of the European team on the condition that:
a. He be given five captain's picks.
b. He be given an eight-year contract.
c. The team would travel first-class.
d. There be no more haggis at dinner, ever.
5. When Arnold Palmer questioned captain Ben Hogan's decision to allow both teams to play the smaller British ball in the 1967 match at Houston, Hogan replied:
a. "Excuse me, I don't believe we've met."
b. "Who said you're playing, Palmer?"
c. "Nice back nine at Olympic."
d. "It's the right thing to do."