Alan Shepard (15): "A weekend player with a dry sense of humor. He'll have completely severed your leg before you realize he's pulling it."
Jackie Gleason (14): "His swing may not be picturesque, but his pool-cue finesse is evident around the greens."
Clint Eastwood (18): "Good friends with Raymond Floyd. Prefers tennis."
Efrem Zimbalist (12): "Nice guy, takes a lot of lessons."
Andy Williams (16): "A good short game, but not much else."
James Garner (four): "An excellent player who once had a terrible temper. Years ago he had a tantrum and picked up in one pro-celeb. When the tournament was over, it was suggested he be given the award for the amateur who helped his partner most."
Gerald Ford (15): "He never got to play enough. Why shouldn't he now? He showed up for seven pro-ams last year. What else has he got to do?"
Jack Lemmon (17): "Probably the worst of the celebrities, but the guy tries very hard. You have to like him for that. He once said he'd rather do Hamlet unrehearsed than play in a pro-am."
"Most celebrities love these events," says Arnold Palmer. "They're golfers. They enjoy the game, participating in competition. And I think they enjoy the fans watching them, the attention.
"Sure, they get nervous. Heck, pros get nervous on the first tee, too. Here the pro sets the mood. If he's relaxed, the amateur tends to be. If he's dead serious, the celeb plays it straight."