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TOM PATRI
May 19, 2008
Last week Pete Dye (left), the 82-year-old golf architect who designed the Stadium course at TPC Sawgrass as well as Harbour Town Golf Links, the Ocean course at Kiawah Island and more than 120 others, was named to the World Golf Hall of Fame in St. Augustine, Fla. (He'll be inducted on Nov. 10.) Dye joins a group of 19 Hall of Famers enshrined for off-the-course achievements. How well do you know the nongolfers in the Hall?
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May 19, 2008

Hall Monitoring

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Last week Pete Dye (left), the 82-year-old golf architect who designed the Stadium course at TPC Sawgrass as well as Harbour Town Golf Links, the Ocean course at Kiawah Island and more than 120 others, was named to the World Golf Hall of Fame in St. Augustine, Fla. (He'll be inducted on Nov. 10.) Dye joins a group of 19 Hall of Famers enshrined for off-the-course achievements. How well do you know the nongolfers in the Hall?

1. Other than Dye, there are only four course architects in the Hall. Who's been left out?

A) Robert Trent Jones Sr.
B) Charles Blair Macdonald
C) Alister MacKenzie
D) Donald Ross
E) A.W. Tillinghast

2. These frequent movie costars and PGA Tour tournament hosts are both in the Hall. Who was inducted first?

A) Bing Crosby
B) Bob Hope

3. Who is the only person in the Hall primarily for his work as a teacher?

A) Claude Harmon
B) Harvey Penick
C) Old Tom Morris
D) Paul Runyan

4. Who is the only Hall member to have been knighted?

A) James Braid
B) Michael Bonallack
C) Old Tom Morris
D) Henry Picard

5. Which golf administrator in the Hall is credited with inventing color-coded leader boards?

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