2016 quiz: How well do you remember the year in golf?\nPut your memory to the test with these 10 questions. \nA) 1\n\nB) 4\n\nC) 7\n\nD) 9\nA record nine competitors had holes-in-one, including Rickie Fowler and then-80 year old Gary Player. \nA) Lee Westwood\n\nB) Jason Day\n\nC) Shane Lowry\n\nD) Andrew Landry\nA witness to Johnson's win -- and some controversy -- Westwood's own performance was one he'd rather forget. Starting the round T-4, an 80 left the former No. 1 outside the top 30 for the tournament. \nA) Lydia Ko\n\nB) Brooke Henderson\n\nC) Inbee Park\n\nD) Shanshan Feng\nAlthough she won a major in 2016, the 19-year-old Canadian left Rio empty-handed, finishing two strokes back of bronze medalist Feng. \nA) 2\n\nB) 3\n\nC) 4\n\nD) 5\nMatsuyama notched victories at the Waste Management Phoenix Open, WGC-HSBC Champions, Japan Open Golf Championship, Mitsui Sumitomo Visa Taiheiyo Masters and Hero World Challenge. \nA) Bubba Watson\n\nB) Andrew Loupe\n\nC) J.B. Holmes\n\nD) Tony Finau\nHolmes paced the tour with a 314.5 average. His longest drive of the year went a whopping 392 yards. \nA) Alex Noren\n\nB) Henrik Stenson\n\nC) Rory McIlroy\n\nD) Danny Willett\nDespite winning four times on the campaign, Noren finished a distant third to Stenson. Willett came in second in the standings for the second straight season. \nA) Oregon\n\nB) Texas\n\nC) Alabama\n\nD) Illinois\nIt came down to the third playoff hole in the last match, but the Ducks defeated the Texas Longhorns at Eugene Country Club. Sophomore Aaron Wise won the individual crown, as Oregon became the first school since 1945 to claim the team and individual titles on its home course. \nA) Patrick Reed\n\nB) Jordan Spieth\n\nC) Brooks Koepka\n\nD) Brandt Snedeker\nSneds teamed with Koepka to take down Martin Kaymer/Danny Willett in Friday fourball and Henrik Stenson/Matthew Fitzpatrick in Saturday foursome matches, then defeated Andy Sullivan in singles. \nA) Justin Thomas\n\nB) Patrick Rodgers\n\nC) Jim Furyk\n\nD) Russell Knox\nKnox made a 12-footer on the 72nd hole to win by one. It was his second PGA Tour victory of the season. \nA) Mexico City\n\nB) Toronto\n\nC) Guatemala City\n\nD) Guadalajara\nThe tour announced the move in June. The event has been renamed the WGC-Mexico Championship, hosted by Club de Golf Chapultepe. Doral has been the site of a PGA Tour event since 1962.