Take the Golf Digest Memorial Tournament Quiz\nHow well do you know the Golden Bear's event? Test your mettle on this 10-question Memorial quiz.\nWho won the inaugural Memorial Tournament in 1976?\nA) Roger Maltbie\nB) Jim Simons\nC) Ray Floyd\nD) Don Pooley\nMaltbie beat Hale Irwin on the fourth playoff hole to win in 1976. It was his third career PGA Tour victory.\nWhat is Jack Nicklaus’ best finish at the Memorial?\nA) 1st\nB) 2nd\nC) 3rd\nD) He's never played at the Memorial\nNicklaus has won the Memorial twice, grabbing the second tournament in 1977 and then as a 44-year-old in 1984.\nWhat movie has a Memorial-influenced scene?\nA) Caddyshack\nB) Tin Cup\nC) Happy Gilmore\nD) Who's Your Caddy?\nIn "Tin Cup," Kevin Costner's character is seen pocketing brand-new golf balls at the driving range. According to Gary McCord, he actually did that at the Memorial, as it was the only tournament at the time that gave players range balls for free.\nTiger Woods has five Memorial titles. Who has the second most with three?\nA) Phil Mickelson\nB) Lanny Wadkins\nC) Kenny Perry\nD) Tom Watson\nThree of Perry's 14 PGA Tour career victories came outside Columbus. In 2015, Perry used the Memorial to make his final PGA Tour appearance, saying it was time to focus on the Champions circuit.\nWho owns the tournament scoring record?\nA) Bob Tway\nB) Keith Fergus\nC) Curtis Strange\nD) Tom Lehman\nLehman won in 1994 with a 20-under 268 to beat Greg Norman by five shots. John Huston owns the single-round course record with 61 at the 1996 Memorial.\nThe Memorial is far from the only tournament Muirfield Village has hosted. Which competition hasn’t taken place on the course?\nA) PGA Championship\nB) U.S. Amateur\nC) Ryder Cup\nD) Presidents Cup\nMuirfield Village held the 1987 Ryder Cup, a match remembered as Europe's first win on American soil in the event's history, the 1992 U.S. Amateur, won by Justin Leonard, and the 2013 Presidents Cup, which was mostly a rainy affair.\nWho helped Jack Nicklaus design Muirfield Village?\nA) Pete Dye\nB) Gary Player\nC) Robert Trent Jones\nD) Desmond Muirhead\nMuirhead had a six-year partnership with Nicklaus. Muirhead best remembered for his outlandish -- some would say cartoonish -- designs, such as holes shaped like New Jersey and bunkers mirroring Nordic crosses.\nThe Memorial Tournament was the first PGA Tour event to...\nA) Allow amateur players in the field\nB) Hold a three-hole aggregate playoff\nC) Grant winners a three-year tour exemption\nD) Offer a $1 million purse\nTechnically, the inaugural event featured a four-hole playoff, as Maltbie and Irwin were tied after three holes and forced into a sudden-death match.\nTiger Woods has enjoyed prosperity at Muirfield Village, but his feats at the 2015 tournament made news for another reason. What happened to Tiger at this event?\nA) He withdrew after shooting a front-nine 44 on Friday\nB) He shot an 85, his worst round as a professional\nC) Lost a playoff on No. 17 thanks to a triple bogey\nD) He switched caddies mid-tournament\nWoods started the weekend at one under, but saw his fortunes change on Saturday as he played the last 11 holes in 11 over par.\nMuirfield Village is named after Muirfield, Scotland; the course design was primarily influenced by Scioto Country Club. What tournament served as the model for the Memorial's setup?\nA) The Masters\nB) Bay Hill\nC) The Colonial Invitational\nD) The Tour Championship\nThe Memorial was nicknamed the "The Masters of the North” by the Columbus Dispatch following Nicklaus' declarations that his event would try to replicate the ambiance of Augusta National's famous tournament. Nicklaus went as far as consulting Augusta National chairman Cliff Roberts on how to run his Dublin competition.