America beat Europe last week in their backyard in golf’s happiest tag team championship. And it’s also a month for Aditi Ashok to ask Indians to set morning alarms to watch her at the Tokyo Olympics.
Getting Gawffing (as the Scots say), this week’s quiz has 9 questions about GOLF. 2 tips per question. But we’re going to make them easier on the Back Nine – on the second clue.
Q1. Xxxxx cut. (5 letters) Name the tournament.
FrontNine Index: When America takes on Europe at golf.
Last time in France, this year in Wisconsin, next time in Rome.
BackNine Clue: A tough, left-handed New Zealand cricket opener with a perfectly executed withered shot – in the midst of his stormy years as a wild child.
Q2. XX (note). The score of the second day of Aditi Ashok.
67, XX, 68 and 68.
FrontNine Index: Aditi Ashok finished 15 under 269 overall in Kasumigaseki country by 71 at the Tokyo Olympics. So his score in the second round would be …
BackNine Clue: A signal to clone soldiers to kill their Jedi commanders in Star Wars. Execute the command.
Q3. Xxxxxxxx (8 letters) A read format.
FrontNine Clue: A golf format in which players are in a two-man partnership, but they alternate shots and play one ball per hole.
BackNine Index: ABBA, Black Sabbath, The Beatles, Black Eyed Peas.
Q4. Xxxx (4 letters) A golf shot.
FrontNine Hint: PG Wodehouse has given way to pride and humility, with a short, low approach that brings him to the greens: “Golf acts as a patch against sinful pride. I attribute almost entirely the insane arrogance of the later Roman Emperors to the fact that never having played golf, they never experienced the strange repressive humility that comes with a high blow xxxx.
BackNine Clue: Automakers are reducing their production projections due to the world’s greatest current shortage of this valuable commodity.
Q5. Xxxxxx (7 letters) A famous golfer.
FrontNine Clue: Name of this American star known for his ‘long journeys’ and nicknamed
‘The Scientist’ for discovering the technology and testing it on his technique. He got into a real fight on the greens, when rowdies called him “Brooksie” – with whom he has an ongoing feud, over which they called “time please” last week for good. from the country. He got those rowdy ones kicked out, though the Greenigans will come back and tease.
BackNine Clue: The American-English travel writer who wrote a very short story of almost everything.
Q6. XXXX (the year) The moment.
FrontNine Clue: The last time the United States won the Ryder Cup on the road was while traveling in Europe.
BackNine Clue: The year Baazigar was released. And Sleepless in Seattle too. Also, Lederman’s scientific tome ‘The God Particle’. And Intel’s first Pentium chip.
Q7. Xxxxxx (6 letters). A term of golf.
FrontNine index: Water, the obstacle
BackNine Clue: Eden, the dribble
Q8. Xxxxxxx (7 letters) A golfer.
FrontNine clue: grandfather of the team at 37 years old. Won all five games at Whistling Straits for America.
BackNine clue: Mitch in the field; Michael on the right track; Gryffindor Quidditch Captain before Harry
Q9. Xxxxxxxx (8 letters) A golf bet.
FrontNine Index: A style of bidding or bidding placed on a golfer or team that you think will win a tournament.
BackNine Clue: A Cup named after an Indian city awarded to the winners of Scotland vs England in rugby