GM experts Jezz Ellwood and Alex Narey are giving you another chance to win a prize, selected by the Editor. You’ll need to enter via the competitions page where you can leave your answers. Alternatively, make your way through the following pictures and leave your answers as a comment on the final page. The winner will be selected next Friday when the quiz will close at 10am. Here are a few images to jog your memory. Good luck! See below for last week’s answers.
After his 1998 Open Championship heroics, 17-year-old Justin Rose immediately turned pro. What was his first tournament as a professional?
Congratulations to last week’s winner, Edwin Fuller of Bagshot, who wins a prize to be selected by the Editor. The answers were as follows:
1. With how many consecutive birdies did Greg Norman open up his final round with in the 1989 Open before eventually losing in a play-off to Mark Calcavecchia? (Six)
2. Who was the winning beneficiary when Thomas Bjorn had several unfortunate encounters with the River Liffey in a recent K Club European Open? (Kenneth Ferrie)
3. Which anniversary did the Dubai Desert Classic celebrate this year, and who has won it more times – Tiger or Ernie? (20th, Ernie)
4. The winners of the last nine Amateur Championships have each had a different nationality. Only one has been non-European – who was he and what country was he from? (Drew Weaver, USA)
5. Between Monty’s first Order of Merit in 1993 and most recent in 2005, three other players have won the title. Who was the only non South-African to do so? (Lee Westwood)