For many years, what was then called the World Series of Golf was played at Firestone Country Club in Akron, Ohio. It was an elite, limited-field event that, in 1995, had 44 golfers playing for what was a huge purse—$2 million—at the time. In the first round, Greg Norman was paired with Mark McCumber. Norman came off the golf course steaming after shooting a three-over-par 73 (McCumber shot 68), but it wasn’t his score that had Norman so upset. No, Norman was convinced McCumber had removed a blade of grass from under his ball before attempting a putt and that, on at least one occasion, he had tamped down the rough behind his ball with a club.