Masters Quiz: Who said it?\nCan you place which person produced these memorable quotes about the Masters?\n"At my first Masters, I got the feeling that if I didn't play well, I wouldn't go to heaven."\nA) Byron Nelson\nB) Ray Floyd\nC) Dave Marr\nD) Tom Kite\nThough he didn't light the world on fire at his first Masters (t-34), Marr would ultimately turn in a second-place finish at the 1964 tournament.\n"If you hit it long and straight and throw it up in the air high and putt well, you'll do well here."\nA) Arnold Palmer\nB) Tiger Woods\nC) Jack Nicklaus\nD) Fred Couples\nI suppose it's better analysis than, "If you hit it short and wild and low and don't putt well, you'll struggle here."\n"You win all the Tucsons, all the Kemps, all the Iron City Opens--you can, nobody remembers. You win a Masters, nobody ever forgets."\nA) Ben Crenshaw\nB) Nick Faldo\nC) Doug Ford\nD) Bob Goalby\nIronically, Goalby's 1968 victory is often lost in history, as that year is best remembered for Roberto DeVicenzo signing an incorrect scorecard, giving Goalby the green jacket.\n"Something mystical happens to every writer who goes to the Masters for the first time, some sort of emotional experience that results in a search party having to be sent out to recover his typewriter from a clump of azaleas."\nA) Peter Alliss\nB) Herbert Warren Wind\nC) Dan Jenkins\nD) Jim Murray\nThe 2016 tournament will mark Jenkins' 66th Masters.\n"The first time I played the Masters, I was so nervous I drank a bottle of rum before I teed off. I shot the happiest 83 of my life."\nA) Chi Chi Rodriguez\nB) John Daly\nC) Ken Venturi\nD) Darren Clarke\nTechnically, Chi Chi shot a 77. But let's not truth get in the way of a good tidbit.\n"I've heard the winner of the Masters hosts the dinner. If I ever won it, there would be no suits, no ties and McDonald's."\nA) John Daly\nB) Bubba Watson\nC) Lee Trevino\nD) Roger Maltbie\nLong John finished third in the 1993 Masters, but never really came close to winning the green jacket. Probably for the best; Bobby Jones would roll over in his grave if Big Macs were served in the clubhouse.\n"The Masters, for me, is like holding onto a really big collection of gas for a week. It’s like having my buttocks surgically clenched at Augusta General Hospital on Wednesday, and surgically unclenched on Monday on the way to Hilton Head.”\nA) Gary McCord\nB) David Feherty\nC) Verne Lundquist\nD) Ian Baker-Finch\nNow that the colorful on-course commentator is with NBC Sports, he can feel free to let loose -- literally and figuratively -- during Masters week.\n"I must admit the name was born of a touch of immodesty."\nA) Cliff Roberts\nB) Gene Sarazen\nC) Bobby Jones\nD) Ben Hogan\nCurt Sampson's The Masters details a list of Jones' aversions to the tournament, including his own participation in the early events, as he had been retired for quite some time.\n"Finishing second at the Masters is like getting kicked in the head."\nA) Phil Mickelson\nB) Jack Nicklaus\nC) Tom Weiskopf\nD) David Duval\nDuval came in second twice, at the 1998 and 2001 tournaments.\n"I've never been to heaven, and thinking back on my life, I probably won't get a chance to go. I guess winning the Masters is a close as I'm going to get."\nA) Jimmy Demaret\nB) Fuzzy Zoeller\nC) Ian Woosnam\nD) Tommy Aaron\nZoeller grabbed the 1979 Masters, the last player to win the green jacket in their Augusta National debut. Unfortunately, Zoeller turned in just one other top-10 finish at the Masters. He made his final appearance in 2009.\n"If you don't get goose bumps when you walk into this place, you don't have a pulse."\nA) Bing Crosby\nB) Steph Curry\nC) Bob Hope\nD) Don Sutton\nWho says you have to be a golfer to appreciate the beauty of Augusta National? Although Sutton, a Hall of Fame pitcher, is an avid player himself and has even served as a broadcaster for the sport.\n"You've built a bridge for Nelson and a bridge for Hogan and you've put up a plaque for Sarazen. I've won the Masters three times. Don't you think you might put my name on one of those little green outhouses?"\nA) Nick Faldo\nB) Jimmy Demaret\nC) Gary Player\nD) Sam Snead\nDemaret posed the question to Cliff Roberts, a man who notoriously did not appreciate being told what to do. In numerous accounts, Roberts disapproved of Demaret's affinity for the nightlife, explaining why Jimmy D was never honored.\n"This place always seems to have some kind of a ghost waiting around a pine tree or something for me. I remember all the places I don't want to be."\nA) Greg Norman\nB) Ernie Els\nC) Ed Sneed\nD) Paul Azinger\nZinger has 12 wins on the PGA Tour, including the 1993 PGA Championship. However, this success never translated to Augusta: In 15 events, Azinger has one top-10 showing.\n"This is where God hangs out."\nA) Mac O'Grady\nB) Tom Watson\nC) George Archer\nD) Brad Faxon\nUnfortunately, O'Grady couldn't make Augusta National his regular hang-out spot, never making par in his 10 Masters rounds.\n"Every shot is within a fraction of disaster -- that's what makes it so great."\nA) Gary Player\nB) Ben Hogan\nC) Byron Nelson\nD) Arnold Palmer\nThe Black Knight should know: Not only does Player own three green jackets, but he boasts 15 top-10 finishes in his Masters career.